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  • Jim Olsen

    The Art of Asking Questions {Infographic} I love the suggestion: Try asking 'Why?' 5 times to get to the root cause of the problem. 2- and 3-year-olds know this instinctively. Parents' attempt with each successive answer to 'Why?' with something closer and closer to an inherent truth. I wish school and college students would follow the suggestion. Parents (teachers), don't ever answer "Because I said so." The child is trying to learn how the world works.

  • Angela McInnes

    Infographics: Question and Answer by Anastasia Beltyukova, via Behance #infographic

  • Sam Boswell

    Question and Answer #infographic

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