Sometimes I feel like I spend my life asking questions. I also get asked a lot of questions. Second only to the “are you making any money?” question we small business owners are often subjected to (the answer is, “none of your business, but for the record, we go to the bank with wheelbarrows”), is the ever-popular “how did you come up with the idea for FACES?” question. We recently began our 10th year of publishing, and I probably have at least 10 different answers to that question. Perhaps the best answer is that I have always been instinctively curious about people–not in a Hollywood, hero-worship sort of way, and not in a “let’s pull the skeletons out of your closet” sort of way, but in a where-didyou-come-from?, what-do-you-do?, where-are-you-going and what-will-you-dowhen-you-get-there? sort of way. Always much quieter than my gregarious older sister and business partner, Ann, I think that maybe during our childhood, while she was chatting with people, I was silently trying to figure them out.