Gods’ Great Blessings

Matthew 5:3 — 5:12 Great blessings belong to those who know they are spiritually in need.[a]    God’s kingdom belongs to them.4 Great blessings belong to those who are sad now.    God will comfort them.5 Great blessings belong to those who are humble.    They will be given the land God promised.[b]6 Great blessings belong to those who want to do right more … Continue reading Gods’ Great Blessings

Intuition 101

*information obtained from The Ecstasy of Surrender by Judith Orloff, M.D What's Intuition? the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Intuition, the inner voice that tells you the uncensored truth about things and provides flashes of insight both while you are awake and in your dreams. Intuition doesn't cater to … Continue reading Intuition 101

Mission Statement v. Question Statement

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) Pg. 162 & 163 Bertrand Russell the philospher once said, In all affairs it's a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you take for granted. Usually, mission statements in the corporate world are taken for granted, ignored, and occasionally … Continue reading Mission Statement v. Question Statement

HMW | Form of Questioning

When people within companies try to innovate, they often talk about the challenges they're facing by using language that can inhibit creativity instead of encouraging it. Min Basadur who is a business consultant, has been teaching the (HMW) form of questioning for years. How might we? Basadur explained that people may start out asking, How … Continue reading HMW | Form of Questioning

Question Storming

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) Question storming focus less on volume and moves more quickly to improving the questions generated by the group, by opening closed questions and closing opened ones. The key is to converge around the best questions. However, with brain storming many ideas are tossed out, but the … Continue reading Question Storming

Appreciative Inquiry

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) The main premise of appreciative inquiry is that positive questions, focusing on strengths and assets, tend to yield more effective results than negative questions focusing on problems or deficits. Strength-based questioning focuses on what is working in our lives so that we can build upon that … Continue reading Appreciative Inquiry

Why are you evading inquiry?

(*information obtained from the book “A More Beautiful Question”) Among the reasons people tend to avoid fundamental questioning of much of what they do in their lives (especially the important things), four stand out: Questioning is seen as counterproductive; it's the answers that most people are focused on finding, because the answers, it is believed, … Continue reading Why are you evading inquiry?