This morning I woke up to find the above video in my newsfeed. It is an excerpt from Dean James Ryan's commencement address titled "Good Questions." It made me want to leap out of bed and start asking. So here I am.
The Kickstarter to support the publishing of my new book "That's a Really Good Question" has one week left and is 76% funded, which is fantastic! Yesterday I asked the current backers to share why it was important to them that this book get into the world. These are some the responses:
"Since reading your book I have noticed where I am curious and when I choose not to be. When I am troubled and feeling shut down, closed about something - it’s usually when I am not being curious. Your book reminds me to seek what can be different and to look to see what happens when asking for more information, more humanity, more sharing. Experiencing the transformation that happen when we stay open to curiosity is why I believe in the Curiosity Revolution! This one came from Donna Forsyth who graciously agreed to pre-read it for me.
"I'm learning the art of good questions. Questions that lead into rich conversations. I'm excited to read Sue's book and learn more from one of my question-role-models about how to think, live and breathe curiosity. I'm curious what she has to say, and I'm curious what effect it will have on me. Curious enough to fund the printing of the book? Hell yeah." B.Clarke
All the info about the book and campaign is in this link. Kickstarter-That’s a Really Good Question
Start your curiosity revolution by supporting this project.
What’s in it for you.
There are many ideas in this book, some you will connect with and some you may not. If you find one thing in this book that makes your life better then that’s enough for me because that one thing could lead to many other things. My only hope is that you get curious.
Please click the link to learn more and support the project by funding it and/or by sharing with your people. I’m incredibly grateful for all of your ongoing support and love.
With much love and gratitude,
First published on Huff Post Blog June 7, 2016