“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers”
Francois-Marie Arouet, 1694 – 1778. Better known by the pen name Voltaire; French writer, philosopher and advocacy of civil liberties.
The mind has great difficulty not answering a question. Don’t believe me? Then let me ask you this question, “After you’ve woken up, what is the first drink of the day that you have?”
Bet you answered it! That brain of yours probably sought the answer to the question. And some of you will picture your bedroom and / or the process you go through to obtain your first liquid intake of the day. It gets better, because, through questioning, I can get you to travel, without you physically moving. Let me ask you another question. “Where is your bed placed in relation to the door?” Now you are probably picturing your bedroom; you have mentally gone home, so you can answer the question. You may even be standing in a particular spot or viewing your bedroom from a particular angle.
You can get people involved and more committed by asking questions and then attentively listening to the answers. You can even get people to picture a scenario or person through the types of questions you ask.
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