Building a Better Question

As our friend Krista Tippett says, “A good question is a gift.”

Asking open-ended, non-leading questions is an essential part of engaging in loving dialogue. Crafting these kinds of questions is a skill that can be learned, and, for most of us, must be practiced over time before it becomes a more natural instinct.

It’s never too late to start! Check out our tips for crafting dialogue-nurturing questions.

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