Have you been around kids recently? How many questions did you answer during that time? 300? 400? 1,000?
Now think about your own (presumably adult) self. How many questions do you ask in a day? Probably not as many. Maybe a cool dozen. And how many of those questions actually inspire any real thought?
If the questions you ask each day are limited to “What’s for dinner?” and “What time is the movie?”, you’re going to want to check out today’s video.
I promise that by the time you finish watching this, you’ll find out:
- How a single question can incite change and spark a whole movement.
- How questions can change your brain and in turn maybe change your world
- 3 questions that can inspire specific actions
So check out the video, and drop a comment letting me know – what’s one question you’ve asked (or been asked) recently that actually changed a conversation?
Toward real connection—online and off,
Creator of the Connection Toolkit
Co-Founder at We and Me
PS – Our new Connection Before Content Masterclass is up and running! It’s perfect for leaders, educators, facilitators, or anybody organizing an event—online or off. You’ll understand both the science and art about how to create a culture of connection and real communication in your organization.
PPS – Want more tips on using questions to bring about real change? Watch these other 2 videos.