Find yourself watching too much TV? Looking for a way to sidestep a sister’s cynicism? Dream of leaving a legacy worth living?
Ready for life changing conversations that cultivate change people crave? The fun part of two-footed questions is that all teach, all learn, all lead – so it’s no surprise that change tends to benefit all.
When each person agrees on a topic – curiosity grows! Interest stirs and people begin to wonder in ways that move the group along. Choose one of 65 topics listed here and you will find several two-footed questions to spark the first fires for your chosen topic.
No need to learn all the magic packed into two-footed questions. Start with the 256 questions related to 64 topics here and you’ll eventually craft your own two-footer.
Mind-guiding is a sort of mutual mentoring a two year old can do with a grandparent. It’s coming out soon in a Wiley Publisher’s International text, but you’ll get heads-up here. Start by assuring your group that when all speak up and feel heard in ways that bust through a barrier, more people benefit from sizzling solutions generated.
Survey your multiple intelligences in this book and people begin to lead more with their strengths, and look to others’ strengths where they are weak. Sound like community building for rich results?
Find here all the new-neuro discoveries you need to burn strong without burning out. You can even copy them separately as index cards. Keep at your finder tips these fun facts about your noodle – illustrated in practical applications to use on a daily basis.
Few people realize that when the brain passively watches TV or listens to lectures, you’ll retain likely less than 5% of what you hear. Interact in ways that teach others as you learn yourself and you retain likely more than 90%. Simply stated two-footed questions and mind-guided conversations keep your awesome brain alive and growing smarter.
Which of the above ways will you tackle two footed questions to lead change and possibilities where you spot problems?
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