Asking Better Questions

We often look for simple solutions of complex problems. Yesterday’s post hit on that a bit. While I’m on my mission to understand my brain more, one of the things that keeps coming up is asking better questions.

Often, we ask questions not to seek answers, but to justify what we already believe. 

“Gluten is bad for you, right?” Or “It’s okay that I only get 6.5 hours of sleep, right?”

My challenge to you (and myself), is to ask better questions. Instead of asking questions that justify our beliefs, let’s ask questions to find information that contradicts what we already believe.

Justin Miner


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