Cultivating beautifully disruptive questions

I love questions.

Not questions designed to destroy or damage, but those that gracefully disrupt our thinking.

And shift the conversations we are having with ourselves and with others.

It takes care to construct these kinds of questions.

It’s a germination process that may take time, allowing the possibilities rest and breathe before letting them out to play.

These are wonderful questions.

And they enable us to move in rhythm with ourselves and gather momentum for change.

I wonder, what are you germinating right now and why is it important to you?


If you are interested in digging into beautiful questions further, visit Warren Berger’s website – A More Beautiful Question – it is a veritable treasure trove.