Posted by Scott Bywater in marketing, Personal Development, Psychology Nov 28th, 2017

One of the questions I’ve been asking myself these days (as you may know, I’ve replaced reaching for social media with asking smart questions) is…

What will I wish I did 10 years from now?

And it’s a really powerful question because it encourages me to take a longer term view.

For instance, I wrote down 4 things today:

1. Spent time working on my business.
2. Spent time with my son.
3. Studied
4. Built a network / team.

It forces us to think long term, instead of short term.

And when we think long term, when we play the long game, we get better results.

And if you have any problem asking this question – ask instead… what do I wish I did
10 years ago, that would put me in a better position today?

Invested in your education?
Exercised more?
Spent more time with your family?

That one question, really puts things in perspective, doesn’t it.

Scott Bywater

Scott Bywater

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