A Fellow Expert in Asking Great Questions

My friend, Bob Tiede, is giving away some of his excellent resources about asking good questions. And he quotes me in his book, which I  found so fun!

I am always on the lookout for great leadership resources I can share with my friends and colleagues, and this is a quick read.

Four of my favorite quotes from this resource are these:

“The most successful people in life are the ones who ask questions. They’re always learning. They’re always growing. They’re always pushing.” —Robert Kiyosaki

“Don’t ask kids, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ Ask them, ‘What problem do you want to solve?’ This changes the conversation from ‘Who do you want to work for?’ to ‘What do you need to learn to be able to do that?’” —Jaime Casap

“When you give advice, the brain is basically asleep. If you engage them and ask questions that help them come to their own insights, it comes alive.” —Dr. Henry Cloud

Did you ask any good questions today, Isaac?” —Nobel Prize winning physicist Isidor Isaac Rabi’s mother’s daily question as she greeted him with after school

You can request your gift of the “Little Book” @LeadingWithQuestions.com/resources. You can also follow Bob’s blog LeadingWithQuestions.com. He always provides great insight into asking good questions in the leadership world.

I already asked my daughter about the questions she’s asking the problems she’d like to solve. What a fun conversation!



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