Remember that feeling. In class. When you raised your finger to ask a question. And just when you started speaking it, you thought of the answer? In earlier newsletters, I’ve shared articles about questions. How great questions can shift the way you look at a problem. But the power goes further. Just thinking about a question and working to phrase it better can help you figure out the answer. So, when you don’t know the answer, try to explain the question out loud to your rubber duck.