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1.) They review what worked

2.) They recognize what didn't work

3.) They plan

4.) They anticipate obstacles and come up with solutions

5.) They write things down

6.) They prioritize 

7.) They do one thing at a time

8.) They set boundaries

9.) They automate and delegate

10.) They ask important questions

11.) They develop keystone habits

12.) They commit to continuous improvement

For the discussion to be productive, ethical questions are essential. At each and every level of discussion, the question asked shall be able to probe more in-depth analysis of the topic. There are different types of questions that can be initiated during the discussion, such as

• Exploratory Question 

These questions are taken up in the discussion to probe the fact and basic knowledge

• Challenge Question

These question helps to interrogate the assumption considered in the concept. It also helps to derive at the conclusion.

• Relational Question 

As the name suggests, it is to find out the different relation between, themes, ideas, and issues.

• Action Question 

The questions that call for some conclusion or action are regarded as Action question

• Cause and effect question 

These are the casual question that develops cause and effect relation of the concept

• Extension Question 

These are the occasional question asked during the discussion to unfold the concept

• Hypothetical question 

These questions can cause the change in the facts of the concept;

• Priority Question 

These are being raised to arrive at the solution on priority bases

• Summary Question 

These are the one that leads to elicit synthesis if the concept

1.) Prioritize 

2.) Set boundaries

3.) Work smarter, not harder

4.) Get enough sleep

5.) Have a killer morning routine

6.) Break your time into increments

7.) Know when it's time to ask for help

8.) Know your peak productivity time and take advantage of it

9.) Know when to say "no"

10.) Be disciplined 

11.) Become a master at planning