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Invite Change to a Seat at the Table


Invite Change to a Seat at the Table

Are you tired of not pulling the trigger on things you have planned for so long?  A paraphrased recommendation from Tony Robbins is to learn the importance of asking quality questions that lead to actionable answers.

Instead of focusing all of our energy on the problems we are having, we are better off redirecting our energy towards the solutions. Join us as we discuss inviting change into our lives and what it means for the people who we are connected too.

More often than not, we do not ask ourselves the right questions because we are afraid that the answer will mean we have to commit our time and effort to getting things done. Today we are taking a deep swift dive into the possible reasons you’re afraid to open the door to the change (or change agents) you need.  Let’s avoid questions that lead to answers that are rooted in fear and ultimately set you up for failure and ask, the hidden questions that unlock the path to our success.  

What are those changes that you’re going to have to make in order to make room for the success that you want?

Who are you giving the keys to your future and happiness?

Related: How To Gain Perspective and Thrive as an Entrepreneur

Key Points Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

  • Don’t just ask any question; ask quality questions.
  • The question you need to ask is “What if you succeed?”
  • Don’t say yes to each and every opportunity. Evaluate them before you confirm or decline an invitation which requires your time, effort, and other resources.
  • Don’t feel beholden to those people you only had history with.
  • The only thing you have to do is continue to live your best life and love anyone who comes in contact with you.

A little Gentle Honesty….

You deserve success because you are here, living, breathing, willing and open to the possibility of limitless success in the first place. Closing yourself off from the possibility of reaching those limits, is the definition of failure.

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