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Asking questions that leads you to finding the best option is a simple yet highly effective tool to use. For example:

  • In one month from now, what will I regret the most not doing?
  • If I were my best self, what will he/she do in this scenario?
  • If I do not do this, what are the consequences?

You don't have to necessarily use these three questions strictly, like using them in every situation. You just have to ask the right questions, and the three examples serve as a recommendation.


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A lot of young people make bad decisions. Picking pleasure rather than productivity. This course will serve as a guide, a system you can use to find the best option out of all.

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