Happy Thanksgiving!

Psalm 92: 1 says, “It is good to give thanks to the Lord.”  RockwellThanksgiving R

This past week friends on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter were asked to share their “Favorite Question to Ask on Thanksgiving?” A complimentary Leading With Questions book by Michael Marquardt was promised for the authors of the questions selected. Scores of great questions poured in! My sincere thanks goes out to everyone who contributed!

Here are the Winners of “Top Five Questions to Ask on Thanksgiving”:

Alan-Miller-R-240x300 2  1.  Name one reason you are so thankful for the person sitting to your right?  Alan Miller – Lewisville, Texas

 

 

 

 

 

Roy-Aiken-1-R-240x300 2 2.   What have you done this year that you are most proud of?  Roy Aiken – Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

 

 

 

 

 

DanielMusau-R-240x300 23.  Things do not always go as we hope – what went wrong this year that you are now thankful for?  Daniel Musau – Arlington, Texas

 

 

 

 

Terrence-Donahue-1-R-240x300 24.  Who among all your relationships would benefit the most by getting a text from you right now sharing why you are thankful for them?  Terrence Donahue – St. Louis, Missouri

 

 

 

 

Beth-Walz-Davis-1-R-240x300 25.  What is the most challenging life experience that became your greatest teacher? One you now view with gratitude?  Beth Walz Davis – Sioux Falls, South Dakota

 

 

 

 

And as a special bonus – here are the “5 Most Frequent Questions Asked at Thanksgiving” that were received:

  1. When are we going to eat?
  2. White or Dark?
  3. Can you please pass the stuffing?
  4. When are you getting up to go shopping tomorrow?
  5. Will the Cowboys beat the Eagles?

 

Happy Thanksgiving!

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2 thoughts on “Top Five Questions to Ask on Thanksgiving

  1. Paul Cheese says:

    Love question number 3. I think I’m going to hold an honourary thanksgiving (on the other side of the atlantic!) just so I can ask this question!

    1. Bob Tiede says:

      Paul you have a marvelous idea to add a Thanksgiving Holiday to your calendar in the U.K.

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