Excellent Question Project: The Evolution of this Project

Over the past few months I have been fleshing out project -- asking questions. The project is an inspiration from the book titled "A More Beautiful Question," which I have never read, and some of the amazing questions that John C. Maxwell asks during his presentations.

The project has gone through a few evolutions.

Evolution #1

At first, I wrote of the questions on a piece of paper. I then took a picture and edited the image in Adobe Lightroom. I would then bring the image into Evernote where I would add a few lines narrating the rationale behind the question. And include all the appropriate Instagram hashtags. I did this because it was easy to add then all the content to Instagram from my phone. But that was time-consuming.

Evolution #2

Then I wrote the questions down on construction paper, cut the words out and tried to lay them out in some interesting ways. I then took a picture and edited the image in Snapseed. I would then bring the image into Evernote where I would add a few lines narrating the rationale behind the question. And include all the appropriate Instagram hashtags. That was great but, even more, time-consuming.

Evolution #3

Today, I have opted to use Buffer's Pablo. I like how I can quickly create, modify and update the image and add the tag #excellentquestionproject to the image. I would then bring the image into Evernote where I would add a few lines narrating the rationale behind the question. And include all the appropriate Instagram hashtags. The process is much cleaner and a less time-consuming.

It's been great to see the evolution of the #excellentquestionproject - which was initially called the #beautifulquestion project. I changed the name because I did not want anyone to think it was associated with the Warren Berger book.