The All Time Champions of Asking Questions
“Kids are the all-time champions of questioning. What could
you gain by imitating the innocence and curiosity of children
who are completely determined to get an answer.”
Anthony Robbins, Self-Help Author, Speaker and Consultant
As I see it . . . . . . .
The all time champions of asking questions
Hands down it’s children . . . . They learn it at an early age and perfect as they go.
Young children have that look of wonder in their eyes . . . . and an inquisitive mind to ask why. They have to ask questions to find the answers to their why. They have the determination to get the answer even when they have to ask more than one time or more than one person.
Young children should be encouraged to ask questions . . . . and when they are asking their questions, it will grow into knowledge that they will use through-out their lives.
A child’s question is pure in thought and comes from the heart and in the need to know.
A lesson from a grandparent is when you engage a child in a conversation and answer their questions they learn how to effectively communicate and they will continue to ask questions through-out their lives.
The all time champions of asking questions . . . . are children and by answering their questions they will continue to ask why.
©2013 Lou Ludwig Motivational Power Quote, Sales and Management Consultant, Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author