Progress and innovation - and ultimately success - are significantly influenced by questions which have been asked. Either asked out of necessity or out of general curiosity.
Unfortunately many of us have forgotten how to ask questions. Others have become too lazy to ask them. And again others might not have many opportunities to raise questions or are afraid of doing so. Why?
Let´s face it: Our education systems, way of life, and even the business world is not geared toward questions. Moreover, we often tend to address topics in a superficial manner by asking questions which rather test and reward knowledge (mostly using closed questions) than stimulating inquisitiveness (applying e.g. open questions).
To flip that I suggest to apply the following set of powerful questions both in personal and professional settings.