Anyhow, I won’t see further before I go deeper.
Questions I give to people are not a single thing before I ask my self. Their stories won’t be so telling before I know my story.
So I found an article that recommend some questions to gain insight. Combined with a book (25 ways blablabla People by John C. Maxwel) I choose questions that I should answer here, in my blog:
- “What’s the most unexpected thing you’ve learned along the way?”
- “If you could call yourself five years ago and had 30 seconds, what would you say?”
- What is the best piece of advice you have been given?
- What is the best question anyone has ever asked you? …and how did you answer?
- “How will you make this world a better place than when you came into it?”
- “When you die, what do you want to be remembered for?”
- Are you doing what you thought you would be doing when you were growing up?
- What are your greatest regrets, and what might you change about them if you could?
- What is the craziest belief (the one that fewest educated people will agree with) that you hold? Why do you believe it?
- Make a request where the “right thing to do” is for the other person to say no to you.
- Are you lucky?
- What would you do if you were homeless?
- Who are you when no one’s watching?
- What are you pretending not to know?
- What is the saddest moment in your life?
Here, I will go deeper to go further, without any wax.