“If you look at 4-year-olds, they are constantly asking questions and wondering how things work.
By the time they are 6 ½ years old they stop asking questions because they quickly learn that teachers value the right answers more than provocative questions.
High school students rarely show inquisitiveness. And by the time they’re grown up and are in corporate settings, they have already had the curiosity drummed out of them.
80% of executives spend less than 20% of their time on discovering new ideas. Unless, of course, they work for a company like Apple or Google.” – Hal Gregersen
We stopped Asking