In yesterday’s podcast conversation, educational leader Tony Wagner suggested starting and keeping a question journal as a way of keeping curious and young. At least, I took how he described it that way.
I don’t know if people have found ways to make them work better, but I’ve learned that starting first leads to improving faster than trying to start perfectly. As I put it, I have low standards the first time.
[EDIT: After posting I searched “question journal” to find examples to learn from, but found nothing relevant, only books with questions to prompt journal writing. I’ll keep looking, but I expected something. Maybe Tony and I are blazing a trail.]
- How do you plant a tree?
- How do you make a pizza crust from cauliflower that holds together?
- Is there an online marketer out there as passionate about leadership and the environment as me?
- Can billions of people learn to act in stewardship within a few years?
- Can billions of people learn to create 1 to 1.5 children per couple for a few decades?
I’ll keep recording questions, I guess forever.
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