Question > Answers

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) Questions are rising in value while answers are declining because known answers are everywhere and are easily accessible. Although, we are drowning in all of this information; even the value of explicit information is dropping.  Tony Wagner says, Knowledge is now becoming as commodity. A commodity … Continue reading Question > Answers

Everyone needs to implement control mechanisms.

(*information obtained from sermon by Pastor Darby – Out of Control: Learning to Fortify) You can be in Christ as much as you try to be but can hear a song that will take you back to a place where you almost feel like falling because Satan is working on your resistance. Ask yourself to … Continue reading Everyone needs to implement control mechanisms.

Schools are producing industrial workers.

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) Schools in many industrialized nations were not, for the most part, designed to produce innovative thinkers or questioners – their primary purpose was to produce workers. As Seth Goldin says, our grandfathers and great grandfathers-built schools to train people to have a lifetime of productive labor … Continue reading Schools are producing industrial workers.

Questions help you obtain the right skills.

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) When you are looking to obtain specific skills like if you were to do a training program. It would be of your best interest if you where to question what skills you need, if the training you are going to do is beneficial and if it … Continue reading Questions help you obtain the right skills.

Uncertainty can alter Habits

uncertainty, doubt, dubiety, skepticism, suspicion, mistrust mean lack of sureness about someone or something. uncertainty may range from a falling short of certainty to an almost complete lack of conviction or knowledge especially about an outcome or result. Habits are a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up. … Continue reading Uncertainty can alter Habits

Self-Denials Builds Discipline

Self-denial is an act of letting go of the self as with altruistic abstinence – the willingness to forgo personal pleasures or undergo personal trials in the pursuit of the increased good of another. (wikipedia) Discipline is defined as a field of study or is training to fix incorrect behavior or create better skills. In … Continue reading Self-Denials Builds Discipline