Contracting yourself

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When answering a question that seems important, the answer would also be important thus not made up fast.

It would not hurt to answer these questions after some time for thought. What if you did that in advance for some parts of the answer? Make blueprints for answers that you would re-evaluate at times where you can think the clearest. For tons of questions, you can lock your answer for x amount of time, meaning your answer given the question is semi-fixed.

Besides clearing headspace, it makes the answers more consistant, while not making them permanent. The flaws the basis has can be shown thoroughly before you adapt, making more material to develop the next basis. And if x time passed, it’s up to you to lengthen the contract with yourself.