Sunday, January 09, 2005

The Power of Questions

The type of questions you ask largely determine the type of results you get. If you ask small questions, "How do I start a business?" "How do I publish a book?", you get small answers: "Go to your local government office and register a business", "Go to your local kinko's to publish your book"

On the other hand ask BIG questions and you create BIG results: "How do we put a computer on every desk and in every home?" (Bill Gates), "How do we create a Mega Book-Publishing Empire?" (Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield, co-creators of the Chicken Soup Series)

It takes just as much time to think small as it does to think BIG. Why not think BIG?