Do you feel you ask enough questions or do you settle for what you know?
One of my very favourite games as a child was one where you had to guess someone’s identity without exceeding a maximum number of questions, the number of which would reduce as the game progressed. This sharpened up your questioning skills to get the most answer you could and preferably an answer which would satisfy a couple of potential questions. This is the approach I have always taken on academic matters and will continue to do so.
When did you fail to speak up when you feel you should have?
A lot of the time when in school, and while under the last manager I worked for at the Horseshoe Inn… Though his favourite answer was a variation on let it slide
When was the last time you felt lucky?*
To crib Albert King, if it wasn’t bad luck I wouldn’t have any luck at all
What is a boulder?
It is a very large rock