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Your Superpower: Resourcefulness

How to develop resourcefulness

To develop your resourcefulness, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Do you solve your problems in the easiest way you can or do you take the time to figure out a solution?
  2. How can you reach your desired result for the problem?

Make sure to practice this consistently in the moment. To be able to answer your own questions is where creative and astonishing ideas materializes. Take control of your actions, thoughts, and emotions.

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