your first question should be “why?” Don’t try to develop strategies to boost/counteract what’s going on before you fully understand the why.
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Julie Zhuo

It’s really a common trap that most of us would fall into. Mostly, we’d like to fight back as soon as possible, like our ancestors fighting for nature to survive.

But for current world, we need to elaborate the process. Because we’re not facing live or die. We need to understand the context and figure out the right problem we’re facing.

If you defined the wrong question, how could you give a right solution?

That’s really helpful tip for us.

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