In 11 days you (Americans) will be sitting down to enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving meal with your family and friends.

What questions would you like to ask those gathered at your table to take the conversation beyond the weather, the roads, shopping and football?

To enter the “Contest” simply share “Your Favorite Question to Ask at Thanksgiving” in the “Comment” section below: (Or email your question to me @ )

Your Question needs to be original – one that is guaranteed to stimulate great conversations around Thanksgiving Tables everywhere! 

Questions that definitely will NOT win include:

  • When are we going to eat?
  • Did you watch the parades?
  • White or Dark?
  • Can I have another piece of pumpkin pie?
  • Do you think the Cowboys will win today?
  • What time are you getting up to go shopping tomorrow?

If your question is selected as one of the “The Five Most Favorite Questions to Ask at Thanksgiving” you will win a real printed “339 Questions Jesus Asked” book, “Great Leaders ASK Questions – A Fortune 100 List” book and audio book CD!  (Offer is limited to U.S. addresses)

Winners will be announced in a Special Thanksgiving “LeadingWithQuestions” Post next Wednesday, November 22.

Deadline for entering:  Midnight – Sunday – November 19, 2017



Bob Tiede


Bob has been on the staff of Cru for 47 years. He currently serves on the U.S. Leadership Development Team and is passionate about seeing leaders grow and multiply their effectiveness. Bob and his wife, Sherry, live in Plano, TX and are blessed with 4 incredible children and 6 remarkable grandchildren.

6 thoughts on “Announcing the 2017 “The Five Most Favorite Questions to Ask at Thanksgiving” CONTEST!

  1. Rob Robertson says:

    What are you most grateful for this year?

  2. Tom Virtue says:

    How have you been surprised this year and what have you learned from it?

  3. Mark Haines says:

    What specific character trait, relational skill, or ability do you appreciate most in the person to your left?

  4. What challenge from this past year are you (now) able to say you’re thankful for and why?

  5. M Louise Foust says:

    How do you plan to make someone else thankful this holiday season?

  6. Kevin Smith says:

    What person at this table are you the most thankful for and what is the story behind your thankfulness?

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