A day that celebrated the importance of questioning

Now it’s been expanded into Question Week!


Question Day 2014 (March 14) was a success and a lot of fun. The Right Question Institute and I were aiming to generate conversation and awareness of the importance of questioning on Einstein’s birthday (also celebrated as Pi Day worldwide by lovers of math and science—who knew?), so we were very pleased to see a steady stream of tweets and blog posts throughout the day with people sharing their thoughts and questions. Thanks to all who participated!

Just for the record, here are a few noteworthy links re: Question Day 2014:

In 2015, we’ve expanded the awareness campaign to a full week called “Question Week,” which culminates on Einstein’s birthday on March 14.

Check out all the Question Week articles and links by clicking on the image below.


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Journalist and speaker Warren Berger realized that the majority of successful creatives and entrepreneurs he was interviewing over the years were great questioners. His wondering about “How can we all learn to do what they do?” led to this website and the writing of THE BOOK OF BEAUTIFUL QUESTIONS and A MORE BEAUTIFUL QUESTION. Follow him on Twitter at @GlimmerGuy and subscribe to his blog posts here.

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