Everyone is looking for magic questions that will create insight, foster innovation, and help people get things done.
There are no magic questions. But there are powerful questions!
Powerful questions are the tools to help people discover new roads and to find answers. Many people are not naturally reflective. We all have a limited perspective. Questions are powerful when they provoke reflection in other people, causing them to think more deeply and creatively than they could on their own.
I decided to list up 50 of my favorite powerful questions in a resource guide. It’s called 50 Powerful Coaching Questions. Each question approaches a problem or goal from a different perspective. Here are a few examples:
- Change: In what ways do you need to change?
- Energy: Which parts of this give you energy?
- Importance: What’s the most important part for you?
- Motivation: What would achieving this do for you?
- Synergy: Where could you tap into natural momentum?
There are 45 more!
These questions will open up new ideas, perspectives, and options – and that’s powerful!
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You’ll never find magic questions. But you CAN ask powerful questions.
Start using these powerful coaching questions today. Get my free resource guide now and try out 50 powerful questions that can transform the way you work with others and help you achieve results.
LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!
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