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    Marc Wong

    Good movies and novels can raise interesting questions in our minds. They accomplish this by treating their audience and subject matter with fairness, intelligence and sensitivity. They appreciate and explain the context, with all its nuance and complexity. Or they create compelling scenes that tug at our heart strings. Their work raises questions that can lead to deeper truths. And even if the author or director has an answer, he lets the audience decide for itself.
    What questions do your favorite books or movies raise?
    By extension, what questions can you ask others to help them solve their business and personal problems? And remember, there isn’t necessarily a right or wrong answer.

    Marc Wong

    “Les Miserabes” by Victor Hugo
    Do injustice and inequality cause all but the strongest in society to become mean and callous?

    “Forrest Gump” by Winston Groom
    Are luck and attitude the most important things for success?
    What roles do luck and attitude play in one’s success?

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