High Performance Thinking

11 Questions to Keep Your Business Out of the Valley of Despair

Leila Hormozi: Creating Discipline for the Right Things (Source):

  1. What's important to me?
  2. What do I need to say yes to?
  3. What do I need to say no to?
  4. How can I increase my capacity to do work?
  5. How can I provide myself w/ evidence it's worth it?

Sam Altman: Avoiding Losing Your Momentum

  1. Am I constantly choosing a bias toward action? (Source)
  • Everytime you talk to a great founder, they've gotten new things done. This is the greatest predictor of success.

2. Are we winning all the time? Are we ensuring that we always keep momentum? (Source)

  • If you're not winning, what's a small win that can help us get our momentum back? (Source)

3. The compound effect says that the more I do today means the more I'll benefit tomorrow. What compounding can you start today that will give you new opportunities in the next 1, 5, and 10 years? (Source)

TIm Ferriss: Adding Fuel to the Fire

  1. What do I want that I’m fearful of asking for?
  2. What assumptions are holding me back from making this ask?
  3. How can I become an asking machine? How can I build an asking muscle?

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