The Thursday Thesis - 17/08/2017
Whenever you are thinking of a new goal or trying to achieve a little more, here’s a stupid-simple way to surprise yourself with a great idea. I call it the 20 Questions, and it involves (wait for it!) asking yourself twenty questions and writing down whatever comes to mind.
But here’s the clever bit – every single one of the twenty questions is the same.
How simple is that?
So, let’s suppose that want to make more money...
Ask yourself “what can I do to make more money, right now?” and write down your answer.
How about stopping smoking?
Ask yourself “what can I do instead of lighting a cigarette?”
Now repeat the process.
Keep going until you have your 20 answers.
I promise you this: the first 10-12 answers will be obvious because the easy answers come first. The good stuff happens after about the 12th question, the target of 20 (or 30, or 40...) compels you to keep thinking, and this is where you begin to find creative answers.
However crazy your answers become, don’t stop until you have your 20 answers. Genius lies just beyond crazy, in my opinion.
Go and try it, right now – you know you want to, don’t you?
And don’t stop at crazy.
© Neil Cowmeadow 2017
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