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Reflection on a Famous Quote – January 29, 2012 By: Danny J. Stevens

The important thing is not to stop questioning.
Albert Einstein

Being teachable! Realizing there is more to learn, more to understand that what you currently posses.  To continue ask questions unlocks answers.  I believe that there are no problems, just that we ask disempowering questions.

If we are in need of work the question may be how I can land the job I seek.  The question might be better to ask, “How can I show how I can be of service in that position?”  The one question doesn’t give the prospective employer much insight in to your abilities or would cause them to see you as unique compared against the other applicants.   The last question is showing interest and providing information, which makes you stand out from others also seeking the position.

When cooking if you ask what this recipe would taste like if I used this ingredient, may result in finding a new a delicious recipe. In science, asking questions and experimenting based on the question can open new fields of interest, provide cures for disease or inventing new ways to do things.  In your life, the questions you ask can solve and resolve issues you have not yet been able to answer.


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