I use this one mostly in a business context but I guess there's a lot of value in asking this question in various other situations as well. And although at first sight it's a relatively simple one, you can derive a lot of insights out of it. The real power of this question comes from … Continue reading The questions that change us: What good looks like?
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The "peekaboo ploy" is a widely spread marketing technique for generating consumer interest. Does it work and under which conditions? How much do you hide? Read on to find out the answers.
Do you want to set your priorities straight? Looking for ways to change the world? Wondering where to begin? Ask yourself "What wouldn't get done unless I do it?" to get a great starting point.
"Тhe quality of your life is a function of the quality of questions you ask yourself"
With his trademark use of colour, brilliant compositions, and unobvious choice of subject matter, Harry Gruyaert invites us to "...wonder at everyday scenes that completely shook him out of that comfort zone called familiarity; a revelation for him of how what was ordinary in one sense could be an eye-opener when color and form was seen afresh, as if for the first time."
We are only as good as the questions we ask ourselves. See how the QBQ (Question Behind Question) framework can help you make better choices by asking better questions.
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The power of a good question is likely to be the most under-used power in the world. We often forget that we can only say what we know - the real opportunity to learn and improve comes from receiving information from others. Here's a list of the questions I've found to be the most helpful in business and personal contexts.
Self-esteem has a fundamental impact on the way people navigate the world. A lot of us buy products that present us in more positive light, but low self-esteem people are actually more driven by the desire the verify their negative self-views. As a result, they tend to gravitate towards inferior products. Read on to understand why.