I’m not asking if you are a wise guy – I’m asking if you’re a why guy.
You actually want to be a why guy, even if you are a wise guy – and maybe wise guys ARE the why guys …
Okay, enough messing around with words.
What’s A Why Guy
A why guy is someone who always asks why. Remember when your kids used to ask you why about anything and everything? Well, that’s what we all should do – forever. No matter what age you are.
You can’t come up with the right solutions to a problem until you know why the problem is there in the first place! So start asking WHY.
You should always ask why so you can learn new things, understand opposing opinions, figure out how to maneuver changes, and stay at the peak of your learning curve – it’s called curiosity and awareness.
Never stop asking WHY. Let’s say your doctor tells you that you have a disease – ask why. If they can’t give you an answer, go out on your own and find the answer yourself.
No matter how long it takes.
If your county raises your property taxes – ask why.
If your spouse has been cheating on you – ask why.
When your kids are failing their school classes – ask why.
Everything that comes into your life should be clearly understood, and if you don’t understand why something is happening, ask why this is happening.
THIS is a Why Guy, and why guys work to understand what’s going on around them. Why guys are informed, intelligent, they are problem solvers, and they are survivors because they always look for WHY things are changing.
Don’t listen to the mainstream giving you snippets of what others think are the answers – research them yourself.
I never make a decision until I have educated myself on all the possible answers WHY things are happening.
Believe me – this will change your life! And for the better.
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