The Value of the Right Questions

I've learned through the years, that if I want good answers, I have to ask good questions.  Hard questions.  Questions that I have to think abut because there just aren't any easy answers.  I've learned that even though the process of finding the answers to the good questions can be long, laborious and often painful, that the answers that are finally unearthed are the diamonds in the rough.

Last week I had the opportunity to listen to my friend Roger Breisch talk about his passion of helping people to see that the only way to change their lives is to change their assumptions.   We all think that there are certain things that we know for sure. Right?

What if the very things that we think we know for sure are in fact wrong? How would that change our lives?  Now that's a question worth answering.