Psst, Do You Really Know How to Ask a Great Question?

Psst, Do You Really Know How to Ask a Great Question?
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“Instead of learning what to remember, we need to learn how to think. We need to learn how to ask really good questions, then how to evaluate the results we get for relevance, credibility, and importance.” – Heather Bussing

Lawyers use leading questions to get people to say things they would avoid saying if given the chance: Isn’t it true that you ate the last Thin Mint? Then you opened the shortbread, didn’t you? And now the cookies are all gone, aren’t they? And I asked you to save me some, right?

 

We have most of the knowledge of the Universe in our pocket, along with a whole lot of things we may never understand. Like reality shows, overexposed photos of ugly dresses, and tattoos of unicorns in compromising positions. (No. I’m not giving you a link. Google it.)

 

We really don’t have to remember or know information. It’s easy and quick to find. Memorizing the periodic table is kind of silly. Well, maybe it was always silly.

 

Instead of learning what to remember, we need to learn how to think.

 

We need to learn how to ask really

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