Friday, October 20, 2017


Finding the answer to a problem can be especially tricky if you don't really know what's going on. However, once you understand, all the pieces fit together in an "Ah ha!" moment that feels great. Apparently, finding the answer is much easier when you know the right question. Sometimes the answer is useless if you don't know the right question, à la 42.

The moral of the story? Learn to ask the right questions. Make sure that your initial question is broad enough to encompass the right answer without being so broad it is useless. This takes practice, and learning from past experience.

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