I just began another journal, and every time I begin a new Moleskine journal, I start out by writing 100 questions. Questions about life, about God, about my goals, family, etc. The first 25 or 30 questions are fairly easy, both to write and to answer. The rest really cause me to dig deep, to ponder, to probe and to probe some more.
Questions Do Make a Difference
I truly believe that one of the main differences in people and what they accomplish in life lies in the ability to ask good questions.
Robert Kennedy said the following in 1968, “Some men see things as they are and ask ‘Why?’ I dream things that never were and ask, ‘Why not?’”
I’ve always liked this particular quote. There are things we don’t see because we ask the wrong questions. Our minds focus on the ‘why?’ and not the ‘why not?’Read More