Nearly every single idea, observation, quote, principle, and finding I thought was useful I wrote down — a process which had become a life staple. But in all this information gathering, I realized that some of the most important information I had ever recorded had not been pithy remarks or wise one-liners. Instead, they had the form of well-timed questions.
Right now answers are typically valued over the pursuit of the answer — the conclusion is prioritized over the developmental process. Yet, the best discoveries come from constant, unassuming inquisitiveness.
I built The Database of Important Questions as a central way for anyone to start that discovery, whatever point in life they find themselves. Every question in it has meaningfully helped me stop, think, and readjust my course in life for a better end. Of course, just like our personal development, it's not static. More questions will be added, existing questions will be made more insightful, and old questions will take on new meanings. But, at whatever stage you find DBIQ, I hope it helps you in your endeavors!