I listened recently to a Stanford Innovation Lab podcast with Professor Tina Seelig. During this episode, she interviews Emily Ma from Alphabet. They discuss the keys to an effective brainstorming session. During their discussion, they focused on important it is to frame the question properly at the outset of a brainstorming meeting. For instance, Seelig and Ma describe the question: "How might we create an awesome birthday party for our friend?" Then they talk about how you might reframe the question with a slight change in word choice. What if you used the word "celebration" instead of "party" in your "How Might We" question? The word "party" might have framed the question too narrowly. Changing the word to "celebration" could invite a much wider range of ideas. This example reminds us that we should be careful about our word choices. However, we also have to consider multiple frames as we pose the question(s) that initiate our brainstorming sessions.