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Ask better questions

Often we pose questions to ourselves that are not useful to ask or answer. (“Why do bad things always happen to me?”)

Your subconscious immediately attempt to answer. (“Because I’m unlucky!”)

Even in the toughest of times, here are better questions: “What’s great about this?” “What did I learn from this?”

Even without an answer, replacing anything negative is 1,000 times more constructive.  And with enough repetition, you’ll actually hear useful answers.

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