If you need a fresh perspective on what’s going on in the world, check out this game-changing book. : And Life’s Other Essential Questions, this book by Warren Berger focuses on asking the right questions, instead of searching for all of the answers.
In my experience, people like those who ask probing questions and really show a sense of empathy.
It’s Critical thinking involves mindful communication, problem-solving, and a freedom from bias or egocentric tendency.
It’s clear, rational, logical, and independent thinking.
I know well how hard it can be to find a balance between your daily tasks and personal development.
Yet, critical thinking is a crucial skill that has to be refined.
It shows that you care about them, are invested in what they have to say, and will take their words to heart.
Also, when you ask questions with an open mind, you run the risk of cracking your mind open even more! If you ask someone a question about their beliefs and truly listen to their answer, you might change your mind on something.
Thinking outside of the box is one of the number one skills that any entrepreneur must master to really understand their true potential.
Too often our questions box us into areas that we don’t need to be confined in. While everyone else is looking for the answers, you need to be asking the right questions.