Voltaire said once: “Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.”.
He obviously forgot about the ladies, but we’ll give a pass to the French enlightenment philosopher and civil liberties advocate.
The “terrible twos” are a remarkable age during the development of children, and they are usually accompanied by a non-stop barrage of questions coming from the tiny ones. But behind the non-stop questioning, there is one single thing driving them: curiosity, and curiosity has this funny thing, of making us eventually find out what we are looking for, and this applies to all of us, even those who are well past grown-ups.
We cannot possibly have all the answers. But if we chose the right questions, our curiosity will drive us to find those answers.
The questions you ask will determine the problems you solve.