The ignorant person affirms, the wise man hesitates and reflects.
What if we could continue to learn on purpose?
Back in 400 BC, Plato posited that the right question is usually more important than the right answer.
Einstein once said if he had an hour to solve a problem, he'd spend the first 55 minutes thinking about the problem and five minutes thinking about solutions. Asking the right questions is a lot like identifying the right problem.
The most effective teachers and coaches understood that their students and clients often had the answers or would retain the information better if they discovered them on their own.
But how do we get better at asking the right questions?
That's where The Learning Loop comes in. Each week, I'll ask you one thoughtfully curated, timely question. I'll share why the question is important and provide you with some relevant resources.
With greater clarity each week, you'll become a better student, a better teacher, a better manager, and, most importantly, a better you.
A question can put you on a journey towards discovering your life's purpose, repairing a broken relationship, having a breakthrough at work or home, or it can just be another question. The choice is yours!