This is the quickest way to get an answer from me.
Once you send in your question, I will do one of five things:
1 Either I will send you a link to an article which addresses your question.
2 Or I will enroll you into a mini-course (for free, provided it is relevant). This is why I am asking you to first enroll in my new course website.
3 Or I will add it to the question backlog. Generally I answer the backlog questions based on my availability, but if your question is very unique, or will help a lot of people in my audience, I will answer it quite soon.
4 If your question is complex, strategic or high-level I will ask you to schedule a paid consultation with me.
5 If I need to learn some entirely new tool/chat application/topic to be able answer your question, I will probably reply that I cannot answer your question and suggest some alternatives.
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