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1. Is this criticism true?
2. Is this criticism something I need to change to improve myself or my work?
3. Can I use this experience to learn something?
What makes us launch into the next huge step instead of taking the time to make a plan that makes sense?
What would be possible if you stayed here a little while longer and gave it more of your focus?
If you were in the top 10% of what you do, whether it's your day job, your life's work, a hobby, or just showing up in your life, what would you do differently?