Change your question, and you will find that the solutions to your problems become a lot easier to find! Here’s the deal, the quality of your answers are directly proportionate to the quality of the question you are asking.
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Take a minute to think about the questions you are asking yourself or others. These questions will turn into the stories you believe in… which is holding you back in more ways than you may know.
Do you remember a time when you were young, asking questions about anything and everything around you. The innocent little ‘why’, ‘where’, ‘how’, and ‘who’ that made people around you laugh and more often sigh in annoyance.
If you’re one of the few adults who has questions about your surroundings and still have that childlike natural curiosity, great! Trust me, this curiosity will really open up your heart and mind to your surroundings and to the people around you.
You bring a childlike energy and happiness everywhere you go and a lot of people need that in their lives.
“The hard choices—what we most fear doing, asking, saying—these are very often exactly what we most need to do.”
Usually, the excuse you’re using is masking the real reason why you “can’t” accomplish something. For some, it’s a fear of failure. For others, it’s a self-esteem issue. For others still, it’s a fear of success or having something to lose.
If you’re unsure of where the excuses are coming from, simply ask yourself: if you were to succeed and accomplish what you want, what’s the worst thing that could happen? List off every worst case scenario, and you’ll likely recognize a theme. This is the issue to tackle.
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