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If we want to accomplish extraordinary things, we figure out first what we have to work with.

The Telegraph Business Club: Can we fix it is the right question to ask, 2010-Jun-19, by Daniel Pink

In a nifty set of experiments, three social scientists explored the differences between what they call "declarative" self-talk (I will fix it!) and "interrogative" self-talk (Can I fix it?). They began by presenting a group of participants with some anagrams to solve (for example, rearranging the letters in "sauce" to spell "cause".) But before the participants tackled the problem, the researchers asked one half of them to take a minute to ask themselves whether they would complete the task – and the other half to tell themselves that they would complete the task.

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