A question I ask myself at the end of every day so that I can improve on my actions in the future when the same or similar circumstances occur.
An important question I ask when planning each day and deciding if I should do certain things or not.
What research on reframing shows is that the key to winning any argument is to understand your opponents’ perspective first, and then to link the beliefs supporting their perspective to your argument. The point is to influence them by finding enough common ground to win them to your side–not running to opposite corners and shouting [...]
When people say “tell stories” what they really mean is “make your audience feel an emotion” An emotional example will convince more people than any set of statistics ever could. What things can I say that drive positive emotions and actions in people?
What can I do for someone to "make their day" today?
That manifests in not compromising your truth, being you and living based on what you were designed to do. Embrace yourself and who you really are. Don't live based on other's expectations.
Scott Galloway. Read this article for more context
"Just because it didn’t work doesn’t mean it was the wrong choice. The world is full of probabilities, not certainties. Find a game where the probabilities favor you and keep taking shots." James Clear