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If You Could Have Any Skill or Knowlege, What Would it Be?

Today we’d love to ask you two questions.

The first one is for fun. The second one is more serious.

First: if you could have any skill or knowledge, what would it be?

Anything goes here, as long as it’s humanly possible. No superpowers. If you think x-ray vision might be humanly possible, that’s fine, but please explain why in your answer :)

Next: what specific skills or knowledge are you working to gain right now?

List up to three if you’re working on multiple things at once.

Then, here’s a follow-up question (and something for you to ponder):

If your answers to question #1 and #2 are the same, congrats on “walking the walk.” Do you think your sights are set high enough?

If your answers are different, why aren’t you working towards what you answered in question #1?

Thanks for sharing, I can’t wait to hear your answers.

Also, if you answer the questions, please share this post with a friend or on Twitter or Facebook. We’d love to get as many answers to this question as possible with your help.

Thanks,

-Corbett

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