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Genius is Asking the Silly Question

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“What would the universe look like if I were riding on the end of a light beam at the speed of light?”- Albert Einstein

Never one to take himself too seriously (this photograph was taken during his 72nd birthday festivities, one that he liked so much he made it into his greeting card!), physicist Albert Einstein was famed for imagining the impossible through asking the seemingly ridiculous question, leading to his General Theory of Relativity.

In my previous Linkedin pulse I wrote about the Socratic Method of asking questions (The Day that Socrates Attended the Planning Meeting) and made reference to Appreciative Inquiry, or AI for short, as a practice. As a result of some follow-up requests, I'd like to use this blog to explore the AI method in further detail. To read the full content of this article please visit: