About asking Empowering Questions
Have you thought about the nature of the questions you ask ?
Have you ever considered what the answers to these questions will yield ?
Do you know that there are SMART questions and there are NOT SO SMART ones ?
Let's say you ask "What else could possibly go wrong ?"
The answer to this question can only be something else that can possibly go wrong.
Is that a useful answer ? No.
Does it benefit you to know the answer to this question ? No.
Is there a way of rewording this question to make the answer useful ? YES!
Instead, how about asking "What else could possibly go RIGHT ?
The answer to this question can only be something else that can possibly go RIGHT.
Asking a question begs an answer. More often than not, the answer does and will appear. When it does, it is wise to have organised things so that the answer will serve you rather than debilitate you further.
Other powerful and useful questions you can ask are:
How does it get any better than this ?
What are the infinite possibilities of today turning out greater than I could possibly imagine ?
What does the universe require of me ?
What's right about this that I am not getting ?
What do I know that I am pretending not to know or denying that I know ?
What are the infinite possibilities of ....?
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