3D Ideas 740: A Question

eye-1245662_1280Claire writes: “A delegate on a course pointed out that long questions often evoke short answers.  Short questions often evoke long answers.  When the purpose of a conversation is to facilitate someone else’s thinking, short questions are always more effective

A question doesn’t have to be a question to be a question.  A glance, a word, a gesture can all be great questions. They also stop the delay between a question emerging and us turning it into something grammatical and structured – which often loses its impact.”


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