Asking The Right Questions About Your Business

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To main yourself and your business, you need to ask the right questions. It’s difficult to remember the challenges that you’ve faced (and overcome) in your life and in your business, but you need to capture it. Soon after you feel these feelings they’ll begin to monopolize your mind – so stop isn’t an appropriate metaphor. You really do need to remember how you felt the other time you’ve said something in a place you might not have been 100% comfortable, or maybe you might never be comfortable again.

The last thing you want to do is speak it out!

So what type of questions are ones to ask? I struggle with this every day. What do you need to ask if you want to have power to manifest a solution for things in your business, or in your life? You can have power to manifest anything. You just need to ask the right questions to get there. Here are the questions you need to ask:

Here are some that I use all the time. They are great.

What was the biggest thing I knew NOT TO DO?

It’s obvious that when you’ve faced a major challenge and complete whatever it was that you needed to, if you’ve gone through a change, you know that you don’t DO THAT SAME WAY that you’ve always done it or thought it should be done. Maybe you’ve fallen into some destructive habits that you don’t even realize. Write down every single aspect of whatever it is that you needed to do…or it has been NOT what it was supposed to be. That’s what brings the power to manifest to understand why.

What was the biggest thing I knew TO DO, but hadn’t, or didn’t do?

What you’re going to want to answer is this question. Answering this question is an interesting thing. The creative genius in you starts to kick in. You’ll be able to have a vision of where you want to go.

What values are important to me in what I do?

This is the question that will raise your energy, set you straight in what you truly think, believe, and know you want to be, do, and have, in life. You will find that all the old habits are not into your life anymore. These behaviors should be old to you and you want to set them up for the new you.

What am I most grateful for?

This is your question to ask about what you’re most grateful for. Bring it into your life and feel it. It can be an easy form of gratitude to focus on your family or friends, or just the beliefs that give you a sense of peace, joy, love, inspiration, knowledge, or being kind to others.

What has my experience revealed to be helpful or destructive with me?

This is one you’ll have to be very, very unhappy with the experiences that are coming your way. You can look at it from several angles: one is what you are being forced to take for granted, and the question is: “Are you doing it because it’s the way everyone around you does it?” or is it more of as a form of laziness? On the flip side you can say, “Is what I am doing untraditional?” or if you truly think that you can change it, the question is, “How?”

How does this apply to me?

You can just do what you’ve done in the past.; The question is how it’s working for you. With this question you’re tempted to let go of what you’ve come to understand doesn’t serve you anymore. You can look at this from a perspective of some great clarity. Ask yourself this question: “If that was working for me when I was doing this, what would it look like when I was doing this work in a new way that served me, and did others, even the people around me?”

What beliefs and behaviors can I let go of to grow, and even have as my new “for me” kind of energy?

Many of you have been conditioned off the old way of doing things, and it’s time for you to challenge yourself to start to let go of some of the old stuff that you have learned. The key is to think to yourself, “Is this what’s working for me now?” Keep asking yourself this question. You will begin to come to some of these things through your OWN experiences of what you’ve seen before. Trust that this is an opportunity for you to grow!

What beliefs do I need to let go of?

This is one of the big forms of letting go of what you learned about doing business or people that happened, and then really going beyond it. The interesting thing about letting go of something is that it can create a more meaningful, powerful, and fulfilling life. I help people with this.

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