Sahil Bloom


17 days ago

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When you’re young, you assume that having the right answers is what matters most. As you get older, you realize that asking the right questions is far more important.

My observation is that this often comes from the realization that the *right* questions rarely have *right* answers.

This is the genesis behind my Question-Action Matrix. Stop worrying about always having the answers. Instead, focus on: • Asking the right questions • Maintaining a bias for action

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