The below is a version of YesAQ, inspired from Basecamp. The answer to all the questions is yes.
Q.1 Can you learn swimming if you don’t hire trainer?
Q.2 If I put in the hard work and learn the skill slowly then will I become better in the long-term?
Q.3 Can I become a better person if I try to understand values along my training?
Q.4 Should I train for betterment compared to myself than others?
Q.5 My age is 25 years (insert your age), can I still learn now after so many years?
Q.6 Should I consult a doctor, if my suffer from some ailment before proceeding?
Q.7 Should I stay at home when I am sick to avoid spreading it to others?
Q.8 Should I be shameless in asking for help whenever I need one?
Q.9 Should I always let the trainers take their call because a life is at risk?
Q.10 My swimming pool is far, should I go for it anyway?
Q.11 Should I never skip practice – because practice is the important aspect of becoming better?
Q.12 Should I come out of water if there is a cramp in body for safety reasons?
Q.13 Can I motivate others – but first push self?
Q.14 Should I try harder and keep at it even if I fail because success takes hard work?
Q.15 Should I not sweat when others laugh – because it is okay if people belittle you – don’t let them control your mind?
Q.16 Can I jump in water once I knew swimming to practice diving?
Q.17 Would it hurt a little if I jump in water but after practice I will get better?
Q.18 Should I never try to outdo others when just to prove a point – because life is at risk?
Q.19 Should I treat every injury asap to avoid any long-term damager?
Q.20 Should I be proud once I learnt swimming – along with the joy of swimming?