I love asking questions.
In all my years in business (and in life), I have found a powerful correlation between the questions I asked, and the guidance I was given.
John DeMartini often states that the quality of your life is dictated by the quality of the questions that you ask.
…The better the questions you ask… the better advice you get and the better the outcome will be.
…Poorly thought out questions means bad advice and bad outcomes.
Some of the questions I would encourage you to ask yourself (and others) in the coming weeks or months will determine the positive outcomes you get.
- Think of a time when you received outstanding service. What was it about the service that was memorable?
- Think of a time when you received poor service. What was it about the service that disappointed you?
- If you could offer just one piece of advice to businesses in your community – what would that be?
- When you received exceptionally outstanding or exceptionally poor service – did you tell the service provider or business? If not – why not?
How About Life Questions:
- If you could have lunch with any three people alive today – who would they be and why?
- What 3 questions would you ask them during lunch? Think about it: if you were limited to only 3 questions – what would be the most powerful questions you could ask that would give you the greatest insights into your personal success and fulfillment?
- What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Would you do things differently? What specifically would you do differently? What’s holding you back now? If there is something holding you back, how could you eliminate the obstacle just for a month? Do it!
Good questions make you think. Hard.
And well thought out answers should seriously make you evaluate how you will use the advice or answer given.
So I will leave you with this…
…what one or two things could you do in the next 30 days that will make a positive impact on your health, wealth, or happiness?
Will you commit to me right now that you will do at least one of these things?
Please do – then let me know what happens!
I love a great story.