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Aug 19, 2022

Asking questions such as, “How are you?” is a common formality in our society – yet often, the person asking the question does not take time to truly listen to or care about the response, thereby rendering the question essentially meaningless. However, questions that are well-framed in terms of both content and context can serve as powerful tools for fostering greater success, happiness, and connection with others, as well as within ourselves. 

As a Master Certified Executive and Personal Coach, an Amazon best-selling author, as well as a TEDx speaker, LinkedIn top influencer, and contributing writer for major industry-related journals, Joshua Miller has finetuned the art of using questions to expand possibilities. In Episode 108 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, Josh discusses the following:

  • The difference between open-ended and close-ended questions, and the importance of being present when asking these questions
  • How working on becoming more curious, humble, and vulnerable can help you connect with others and co-create magical new possibilities
  • Why it’s also important to be curious and humble when asking yourself open-ended questions, such as “What am I feeling right now?” and “In what areas of my life does a particular pattern keep showing up?” 
  • Specific questions that leaders can ask themselves and their team members in order to improve results, as well as tips for asking these questions in a way that will foster a stronger connection

To learn more about Josh, visit his website at or connect with him on LinkedIn. 

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