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"Questions bring us together, answers drive us apart."
Roman Koval, President, Ukrainian Centre for Common Ground
What if everything you said was in the form of a question? How would people react and would it be tough for you to do? Especially for more than a minute?
Do you think focusing on questions rather than on answers enhances collaboration, frustration, innovation, sustainability, ludicrosity, adaptability? Is this back-casting, starting with the long term answer and asking questions to the present?
When is enough enough? Ever been around a four year-old, or an adult, who continuously asks why? And why does that get under your skin? Is it meant as a way to look at things in new ways and are we just tired of looking at things in new ways?
How do I formulate insightful questions? And what assumptions do I have to clarify in order to be a catalyst for positive change? Where can I learn about and lead question-based discovery? Would that be useful or would it drive us apart? Do answers drive us apart or is that a place for us to start a conversation, to ask questions?