Category Archive: Let Us Inquire Together

Start the New Year by Asking “What Matters?”

Happy New Year! May 2014 be filled with health, happiness and deep fulfillment for every one of you. I am grateful for the many gifts that we (the Inquiry Institute) receive in the form of generous suggestions and communications from readers of Change Your Questions, Change Your Life, from clients (including the many of you …

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Replace 5 Ineffective Questions with These That Get Results

Five Ineffective and Old Questions We Ask Ourselves and Five New Questions We Should Be Asking Instead. Many of the difficult situations we find ourselves in can best be analyzed and overcome by stopping to assess one’s own mindset. We could be coming from either a “Judger mindset” (close-minded and critical) or a “Learner mindset” …

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Inquiring and Thinking for the Best Results

This month saw the publication of my third book, Teaching that Changes Lives. When someone asked me what inspired this new book, I realized that it was the same core yearning to make a difference that inspired my first one, The Art of the Question. The very last section of the book is entitled “Let …

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