BACKWARD THINKING is not always a Liability, particularly when it's also INDUCTIVE THINKING. See the END from the BEGINNING!

WORD with Dr. Michael David Clay by Dr. Michael David Clay

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Knowing where you want to go helps. Thinking from the end, and working backward to the beginning, lessens a bit the RANDOMNESS, as well simply relying on TRIAL and ERROR! Contact Us:;; on FB and YouTube @WORDHouse; or calling 304.523.WORD (9673).

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