Change The Questions You Ask
Questions...most of us have more of them then answers. What am I doing? What should I be doing? How do I accomplish this goal? What do I want with my life? If these questions resonate with you, then know that you're not alone. They are a big deal, and when addressed can be just the catalyst your life needs to experience levels of success you never imagined. However, these questions are also very common and are asked by many of us annually, at the turn of the new year.
But what about the internal questions you ask yourself each morning that usually go unaddressed? That judgmental internal questioning that you have that intimates there's something wrong with you, or someone else. Questions that suggest you're not good enough, or that you'll never get the promotion or meet your production goals. These judgmental questions may be impeding your career, relational, or educational progress.
As you may have already figured out, judgmental questions lead to emotional thinking and behavior, producing negativity and limited possibilities. Causing you to focus more on the problems than on solutions. Your internal queries usually operate at a subconscious level, so you are unaware of its effects on your life, though they impact every aspect of it - how you feel, act and make decisions. Oftentimes the result of these questions are contrived problems with your board, managers, team, the organization, and even your spouse or significant other. Finding that every thing and every one in your life seems to be a problem? Maybe not. Perhaps the problem is the questions you are asking yourself everyday.
Check your internal questions for judgment. Not sure where to start? May I suggest you hire someone with whom you can have confidential discussions, such as a coach? Let one of us help you change the questions you ask yourself, so you can change the outcome of your business, career, and/or relationship.
I'd love to hear your feedback about the internal questions you ask yourself each morning. Either leave a comment here or meet me at https://www.facebook.com/EnviseCoaching for further conversation.