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Screencast: Why Life Choices Are So Damn Hard to Make
Summary: Life choices are so hard to make because there's a Gap between important questions and their answers are filled with things that can't be quantified. To answer important life questions, you have to start asking different questions.
It's a long one, folks (almost 17 minutes!) - but I think it's worth a listen.
Don Clark has a great article on Bloom's Taxonomy, if you'd like to know more about it.
As I was uploading this screencast to YouTube (last week), I checked Twitter and saw that Duff released the second part of his interview with Clay in which they touch on learning to ask the right questions. Great job, guys!
@Duff: Great job with the podcasts. Thanks for allowing me a spot with the PowerUp! tip - I can't believe the cheesy one made the cut! I really enjoyed the conversation last week.
@Clay: I feel like we're swirling around the same ideas from different perspectives. You provide some really good insights in the series. Keep it up, my inspiring friend!
I would've commented there, and I may yet, but I did such a good job of screwing that up last time that I decided to make somewhat intelligible comments here.