"Judge people by their questions rather than by their answers."
Our questions reveal our interests; they are topics we initiate, while our answers are about topics initiated by others. What kinds of questions do you tend to ask? Think of questions you've recently asked yourself, the ones you've posed to associates or loved ones, and those you've typed into a search engine. They reveal what you care about, what you hold dear. Obviously a mix of questions is healthy, but it is good of the majority of our questions deal with substantial rather than frivolous concerns. Do we want to know about a celebrity's dirty laundry, or would we prefer to hear about causes they support? Do we want to know how much money a person makes or what kind of car they drive, or do we want to know about their loved ones and their hobbies?
TODAY I WILL BE MINDFUL WHEN POSING QUESTIONS. I WILL BE SURE THEY REVEAL MY TRUE CONCERNS.