The types of questions we ask kids have a powerful impact on what they focus on, which shapes their beliefs about themselves and the world. A question causes us to search for a very specific thought or idea and it is these thoughts that then become our habitual thinking patterns. Unfortunately, most of us are conditioned to ask the types of questions that have kids searching for thoughts that limit. Overtime, this leads them to lose confidence and internal motivation.
Use these 10 powerful questions with the kids in your life (or adults) to inspire more guenine cooperation in the moment and increase self-motivation over the long-term. This is a valuable resource for both teachers and parents!