Questions Are Crucial

“You only live once, but if you do it right,
once is enough”.
-May West

Why Is It Important to Ask Questions?

Our greatest venture is our power to ask questions.  We are born with that power and use it with others from childhood.

 Answers come from other people, from the universe of knowledge and history, and from the intuition and deep wisdom sprouting inside yourself. 

Another big plus is that the search for answers may become even more helpful than the question itself.  Begin asking plenty of questions and you’ll see what I mean.

This is a technique lawyers take advantage of endlessly.

Exactly WHY should we ask questions?  You know most of the answers already, but here are those answers targeted and organized:

acquire knowledge

eliminate confusion

demonstrate humility to another

 enable people to discover answers for themselves

 to gain empathy through better understanding

influence/alter someone else’s opinion/view

to begin a relationship

strengthen a relationship

show we have knowledge on a specific topic

stimulate creativity and idea generation

gain a person’s attention

agree to disagree with clarity

Upcoming will be a collection of question catagories we all live with or perhaps die with.  No worries, the solutions will be short and targeted.    



Everyman Wants to Belong

everyman - blake shelton

The Everyman accepts and cuddles others. They like being around people who know and enjoy good-natured humor and laidback charm.

So do you recognize Blake Shelton’s photo above? He’s one of the judges on TV’s “The Voice” He’s an awesome example of the good ol’ boy Everyman Personality.

Modeled by the Guy or the Girl Next Door, Everyman archetypes are wholesome and genuine This makes them hugely likeable.

The Everyman manifests the American ideals of hard work and honesty, and lives by common sense values and authenticity. They feel no need for pretense. They don’t measure themselves with status symbols.

Motto: All men and women are created equal

Basic desire: Connection with others

Objective: Belonging to a group

Fear: Being left out

Strategy: Common Sense

Weakness: Losing one’s own personality

Stages: Feeling abandoned and  alone. Becoming a  Joiner, accepted, Evolving as a humanitarian, believing in natural dignity of every person.

Shadow: Willing to be abused rather than be alone, gangs, mob members, becoming a victim, using prior misfortunes as an excuse.

Qualities: friendly, unpretentious, orderly, reliable, persuasive. believing in natural dignity of every person.