I think knowing the right questions to ask yourself can be life-changing. Last week, I read “The One Thing” by Gary Keller. In the book, he said:
“How we phrase the questions we ask ourselves determines the answers that eventually become our life.
This article introduces a list of questions you can use for different situations such as “questions to overcome fear”, “questions to solve problems” and “questions to think more clearly”.
What I do is to keep a collection of these questions in Roam so I can use them whenever I feel stuck.
if you want to change the quality of your life, it’s not enough to “get motivated” or “practice positive thinking”; you need to change the habitual questions you ask yourself.
“Quality questions create a quality life. Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.”
This article/illustration shows you the power of spaced repetition. It’s a 20mins read, but it made me want to use spaced repetition for EVERYTHING! I think it’s such an underrated technique.
Spaced Repetition isn’t a “study trick”. It isn’t a “life hack”.
It’s a way to take back control of your mind. To make long-term memory a choice. To develop a lifelong love of learning…
A truly great post!