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EPISODE SIXTY SIX – FRUITFUL FRIDAY – ARE YOU ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS?

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EPISODE SIXTY SIX

“if I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask. For once I know the proper question, I can solve the problem in less than 5 minutes” – Albert Einstein

What problem have you been facing in your career so far? The more important question is what has been your approach to solving that problem?

Are you asking the right questions.

Chances are the reason you are stuck where you currently are is because you are not asking the right question.

What kind of questions should be asking? What problem are you facing?

In order to solve your problem, ask the right questions.

Question everything. Be a student and not an expert.

In Episode 66 we are urging you to ask the right questions.

ACTION FOR TODAY

Some questions you can ask are “what seems to be the main obstacle? What is holding me back from the success I deserve? How do I want my career to turn out?

Question everything.

Get in touch with me. tola@athletemaestro.com

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“the answer is in the question”  

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