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Fare le giuste domande
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Keep a journal: Writing down your questions and answers can help you to organize your thoughts and track your progress over time. It can also help you to identify patterns and areas where you need to focus more attention.
Be honest with yourself: Don't be afraid to ask yourself tough questions. Being honest with yourself can help you to identify areas where you need to improve and develop a plan to address them.
Use the "Five W's" technique: This technique involves asking questions that begin with "who," "what," "when," "where," and "why." For example, you could ask yourself "Who do I want to be in five years?" or "What do I need to do to achieve my goals?"
Focus on specific areas of interest: Identify areas of your life that you want to focus on and develop questions related to them. For example, if you are interested in improving your relationships, you could ask yourself "What actions can I take to strengthen my relationships with my friends and family?"
Start with an open-ended question: Avoid questions that can be answered with a simple "yes" or "no." Instead, begin with a question that requires more thought and reflection. For example, instead of asking "Did I have a good day?", ask "What made my day great today?"