Dialogue

We can learn how to ask new questions that harness our more powerful intuition, helping us discover surprising new answers. A new understanding of how the mind works quiets the mind and opens us up to deeper and more effective levels of listening. In dialogue, we move beyond discussion and championing our point of view to learning how to suspend our opinions, listen more deeply, and then see what that all means for breakthrough vision and action.

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Beyond Boundaries: The Magic of Merged Minds

Drawing inspiration from Jay Abraham, I explore the necessity of combining diverse expertise in our interconnected world.

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Beyond Your Point

Dialogue is not about making my point clear; it is about creating a space where people can think together, listen together, and learn together, beyond my point and beyond your point. — David Bohm David Bohm, a renowned physicist and philosopher, had many insightful thoughts on dialogue and communication. One of

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Ask More Empowering Questions

Your mind has what you might call an automatic search function, which means that when you ask yourself a question, your mind automatically begins to search for an answer. — Noah St. John, The Secret Code of Success Why is the sky blue? What just happened? Did your mind automatically start

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Inquiry Driven Self

Inquiry Driven Self illuminates the transformative power of introspective questions in reshaping our understanding of self and the workplace.

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Listening of a Different Order

Bohm outlines a listening of a different order, a listening in which the very misperception of one’s spoken intent can lead to new meaning created on the spot. — Peter Senge My experience with the idea that "the very misperception of one's spoken intent can lead to

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Trigger More Questions

The most powerful opening lines are never questions but statements that trigger more questions.

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Provoke Contemplation

If you want to talk to somebody, talk in such a way that your statement provokes contemplation instead of an argument.

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Are you certain? Giving it up is a game-changer.

When we let go of certainty, new and profound answers can arrive quite unexpectedly.

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Beyond What You've Done Before

What should I do? You would be better off pausing and asking no questions rather than asking these types of action questions. They limit your options—usually to what you've done before, which might not fit the current situation. — Michael Ray, The Highest Goal What should I do?

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Unfolding Invisible Power

Every conversation is an opportunity for us to lead change and unfold life and work in a new way.

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Listening Beyond the Sounds

We open ourselves up to new levels of understanding and wisdom by learning how to listen in new ways.