People are born to inquire and to discover. Between two to five years old a child asks 40,000 questions.
Then we are taught to stop asking, stop seeking, and stop inquiring.
Questions are the fuel of curiosity.
Seems the concern is more about the answer and we have lost the patience for questions. Questions challenge authority. The impact: no questions, no innovation.
From the board room to a bored room, there is much to gain from Warren Berger’s new book, A More Beautiful Question.