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Some questions I asked myself to make life easier and more interesting (maybe) -

  • What would this look like if it were easy? This question in particular is often gets rid of most of the overthinking I do. If the task at hand is stripped away of all the 'hard shit' that we perceive, then things become simple. More doable.

  • What if I did the opposite? Taking a conventional approach often leads to conventional results. If you keep doing the same things repeatedly, then you will yield the same results. Boring.

  • If I had $1 million in my bank account, how would I choose to spend my time? This one makes me reflect on what I really want to do, which to be honest... i don't know at the moment. Looking to answer this question soon.

Stay tuned for more.

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