Book Recommendation: A More Beautiful Question

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Whether this time of year gives you more free time or less, taking time to read new books is an incredible tool for creativity and innovation. As books continue to come out around sparking creative change within teams and communities, we are always on the lookout for great resources to share with you.

One we recently stumbled upon that is highly worth the read is the book A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger. This book is a helpful tool in exploring the science of asking questions and is presented in a very digestible format. It takes stories and examples from everyday life to help us see the power of asking good questions and how this can ignite incredible change and innovation.

This book is a great resource for leaders of all types, and individuals looking to approach problems in a new light. It shows us how we are all born with innate curiosity, but as we age we start to ask fewer questions. Taking life at face value offers less opportunities to explore new things or attack challenges in creative ways, so the momentum of this book is a great tool for reframing the narrative.

Reading this book is a great way to reengage your sense of wonder, creativity and questioning for how the world works and how you see problems and opportunities. Even after a few pages, you’ll find yourself asking more questions and wanting to implement these questions into your everyday life and work. If not for you, it makes a great stocking stuffer this holiday season!

The power of questioning is strong enough to spark movements and change the world. How could your more beautiful questions impact your church, neighborhood, or the globe?

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