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Does imagining what it's like to be more intelligent, more effective, etc., make you more intelligent, effective, etc.? I think maybe yes.

"If I was more effective, what would be I doing right now?"

"If I was more intelligent, how would I approach this problem?"

Sometimes I ask myself these questions, and oftentimes I get good answers.

"If I achieve everything I set out to achieve, what would I have done? How would I have done it? What would I have done right now at this moment?"

I like that last one. Very very useful sometimes.

Results are superior to action

Generating results is obviously and always more valuable than just doing something.

But it's not how we think.

The natural inclination, when faced with a new situation, is to ask:

"What should I do?"

Not, "What outcome do I want?"

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