Fragments from imaginary dialogues
“Whenever we ask a question, we’re ‘opening a mental process‘ [<link; short length], and our subconscious mind is working on it in the background.
Using a different model, this is a kind priming – I call it question-priming. Asking a question mobilizes the Reticular Activation System (RAS) – which is essentially our pattern-recognition system.
We can open multiple processes at the same time.
Some are meaningful signal, others are useless noise.
Some give a more powerful signal than others – Jim Kwik calls these, dominant questions.
Some operate on short time-frames, others on very long time-frames. Some can even last a lifetime.”
“What are your current dominant questions?”
“They are three:
How can you master Thinking? How can you become a Super Thinker?
How can you optimize Learning? How can you maximize Learning efficiency?
How can you beautify this moment?
You can metaphorically think of them as ‘levels of magnification‘. This is an instance of hierarchization [<link; medium].”