KVV | A note from our director

August 21, 2023 Kapp Van Wyk Van Zyl Inc

I recently read an awesome quote that got me thinking.

Your answers reveal your knowledge, while your questions reflect your thinking”- Nitin Namdeo.

Knowledge refers to the understanding, information, and awareness that an individual possesses about facts, concepts, experiences, and the relationships between them. It is acquired through learning, observation, study, and experience, enabling one to make informed decisions, solve problems, and engage in meaningful conversations and activities.

Thinking refers to the mental process of generating ideas, forming thoughts, making judgments, and drawing conclusions based on information, experiences, and reasoning. Thinking can take various forms, such as critical thinking, creative thinking, logical reasoning, and problem-solving, and it plays a fundamental role in human decision-making.

Asking good questions is a crucial skill for personal growth and knowledge improvement. Thoughtful and well-considered questions can lead to deeper insights, expanded perspectives, and a more comprehensive understanding of the world.

In essence, asking good questions is a gateway to continuous self-improvement. My challenge is to be more intentional when answering questions asked and that my questions truly reflect my thinking that are aligned with my values!

What are your thoughts?

Diaan van Wyk  |  Director

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