Entrepreneurs are used to having the right answers instead of theright questions. But asking the right questions enables leaders to find solutions to any challenge.
Hal Gregersen, Executive Director MIT Learning Center and founder of the 4-24 Project, spoke at The Atlantic’s Start-Up City: Miami about how entrepreneurs can start asking more questions. Gregersen believes that by setting aside four minutes every 24 hours to ask better questions, we’re not only able to see our own personal but also professional challenges from entirely new angles.
The reason why we are not asking enough questions is because we come from a culture that praises those who get things done soon instead of those who ask more questions.
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