I have noticed that very creative people not only ask questions, they ask a lot of questions, and they ask questions others don't. From asking: "What do I want to create?" to "Why are we doing this?" to "What's the real problem?", very creative people seem to like to ask questions. Maybe we all can become more creative if we ask more questions? Just for the heck of it, how many questions do you ask? When my children were young I liked to ask them if they asked any questions at school that day. As they got older, the answer would become no more often. Maybe we all need to remember what it was like when we were kids and loved to ask questions?
What do you think?