The Power of Questions

Questions are one of the simplest, yet most powerful, ‘tools’ at our disposal because in asking them, you are focusing your attention in a very specific way. You are deliberately looking for answers you very much need, uncovering insights that are very valuable.

You are engaging in self-reflection, and increasing awareness of what is going on inside you. What questions do you need to be asking yourself to improve the quality of your life and call in solutions to the challenges you are currently experiencing?

Here are a few to think about:

If I was totally comfortable with my uncomfortable feelings, what changes would I make in my life right now that I may be avoiding because of them?

If I was totally free of fear, what would I do differently in my life?

If I was immune to the judgments and criticisms of others, what would I do differently in my life?

If the amount of money you made didn’t matter, what would I do professionally?

What are my core values?

Where am I saying ‘yes’ when I would rather be saying ‘no?

‘How can I better support my physical, mental and emotional health?

What does an ideal day look like?

What or who would I remove from my life right this instant if I could?

What are the primary negative feelings in my life, and what is triggering them?

What are the top 3 feelings I want more of in my life?

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2 thoughts on “The Power of Questions

  1. I have read somewhere that if you’re not questioning anything, maybe you are dumb or not growing. Thank you for giving light about the power of asking questions. I enjoy reading your blog, makes me think of the world in a different perspective.

    1. Hi Destiny
      The most powerful tools are often very simple–I think that is how it is designed. This journey isn’t inherently supposed to be hard. But with our typical conditioning, it poses challenges and if we accept that it’s hard, it feels a lot less so!

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