The quality of the questions we ask has such a significant impact on our life. It shapes our focus, what we learn, our thinking and the quality of our relationships.
The writer David Perell shares a story about the famous Nobel-prize winning Physicist Richard Feynman:
Inspired by @beeamp_vicky on Twitter and her sharing of her 12 favourite problems (or questions), here are the 12 problems I’ve been thinking about that I keep coming back to (in no particular order).
My 12 Problems 💪
- How do you achieve and sustain peak performance?
- How can you learn and acquire new skills incredibly quickly?
- How can you build career differentiation?
- How should you make career decisions?
- How do you become a more effective leader?
- How do you become a better writer, speaker, and story teller?
- How do you grow a business incredibly quickly?
- How do you create an incredible customer experience?
- How can you improve the quality of your decision making?
- How does our society, politics and the economy work?
- How can I develop greater self-awareness and have less ego?
- How can I be better husband, brother, son and friend to the people in my life?
Some other questions that came up as I reflected on this:
- How do I choose the most important things to focus on?
- What can we learn from history?
- What is the best way to support my family in the future?
- How can I be more patient?
- What is the best things I need to do to take care of my health?
- How can I better support my team do amazing work?
- What will the future look like? Of Education? Of Work?
- How do you create content that is compelling, engaging and persuasive?
- How do I stay true to myself and what I believe in?
What are some of your favourite problems that are present in your mind right now?
I’d love to hear about them – let me know in the comments 👇
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