Change the highlighted words to create a new question

We all have questions. They accompany us in our everyday lives. The important thing is, to actually ask these questions in order to promote and develop our inquisitiveness.

Todd Kashdan

Can one question be made into many? Put it to the test. Change the two marked words to create different questions. Remember: there’s no such thing as a stupid question.

The exercise takes about 2 minutes

Here’s How Your Questions Panned Out:
      It’s quite fascinating to see what our inquisitiveness can do for us. We set out with a perfectly simple question and ended up somewhere completely different. The exercise reveals questions help develop our curiosity and turn us into lifelong explorers while simultaneously allowing us to understand problems in different ways.
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