Psalm 92: 1 says, “It is good to give thanks to the Lord.”
For the past two weeks friends on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter and subscribers of LeadingWithQuestions.com were invited to enter the Top Five Questions to Ask on Thanksgiving” contest.
A complimentary printed “Great Leaders ASK Questions – A Fortune 100 List” book and CD Audio Book were promised for the authors of the questions selected.
Scores of great questions poured in! My sincere thanks goes out to everyone who entered!
1. “Who is one person from your childhood that you are so thankful for? Please tell us about them?” (I am inclined to say “besides your mom and dad”.)
Joey Payne – Mount Joy, Pennsylvania
2. “What have you done this year to make others thankful?”
Kathy Gallagher – Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
3. “What has been the greatest blessing you received in 2016?”
Dianne Ogle – Buford, Georgia
4. “If your house was burning down and you could only save one thing…what would you save? Why are you so thankful for that one thing?”
Bobb Biehl – Scottsdale, Arizona
5. “The pilgrims demonstrated incredible courage to leave everything behind and come to the New World. What is the most courageous thing you have done in your life?”
Julie Nimmons – Franklin, Tennessee
There were so many great entries! Although I am tempted to share them all – I decided six more simply had to be included:
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