Archive for month: February, 2009

Why Five Questions? Why Not Five Answers?

Some might wonder how an approach based around questions could be of any value when what the world is seeking is answers.

First of all, questions are much more powerful than answers. As long as you are asking a question, you are open to input and discovery. The instant you find the answer, you stop looking; …



Can People Really ‘Get Better’ at Stuff?

In a recent exchange with a colleague, Lori Wilson, an internal change artist at New Jersey’s Montclair State University, she poses a great polarity:

‘Marcus Buckingham, author of First Break all the Rules, believes that some qualities are in-born talents that will not respond to any kind of training. Geoff Colvin, conversely, in Talents are Overrated: …



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