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Tips for asking better questions

Tips for asking better questions

8 characteristics that separate good questioners from the rest.

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Can you see the opportunity right in front of you?

Can you see the opportunity right in front of you?

A repost of my HBR.org article about releasing your inner George Carlin in order to innovate.

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A day that celebrated the importance of questioning

A day that celebrated the importance of questioning

Question Day 2014 (March 14) was a big success and a lot of fun. Here are some of the highlights, as well as a link to the new and expanded Question Week!

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The AMBQ playlist—50+ “question” songs

The AMBQ playlist—50+ “question” songs

A Spotify list of more than 50 songs that have to do with questioning—and that I actually like.

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My bookshelf

My bookshelf

Recommended creativity and innovation books, with a special emphasis on questioning. Designed to inspire and enlighten.

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Author Interview: Innovation through asking ‘A More Beautiful Question’

Author Interview: Innovation through asking ‘A More Beautiful Question’

Where I answer questions like “What are the most important elements, messages, or takeaways of your book?”

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15 things you will never hear a Master Questioner say

15 things you will never hear a Master Questioner say

It’s gotten so I can tell I’m in the presence of a Master Questioner within a few minutes of meeting her or him.

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What’s stopping you (creatively)?

What’s stopping you (creatively)?

My ebook STOP • THINK • CREATE: 42 Things You Must Stop Doing Immediately So You Can Start to Think More Creatively can help.

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Refreshed and ready for launch

Refreshed and ready for launch

Welcome to the new, redesigned version of the website.

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The power of “Vuja De”

The power of “Vuja De”

Can a shift in perspective help us to become better questioners? We’ve all heard of déjà vu. This is the opposite.

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