Part of our natural thought process is questioning ourselves. We have thousands of thoughts a day go through our heads and they are all questions. Think about it! You are questioning yourself right now aren’t you? What is on your mind right now? The average person can think about 4 things at one time. Now what are you asking yourself? Are you questioning how you feel? Are you questioning how you are going to finish something? Are you questioning your confidence? The possibilities of your thoughts are endless.
It is natural to ask negative questions and to ask a lot of them without realizing it. Hopefully today we can change that! We ask ourselves questions that obviously coincide with what is happening in our lives. Can I finish this on time? Will I be late? What if I can’t do this? Why can’t I get this person’s attention? Why can’t I find a job? Why can’t I save enough money for this? Why is my relationship falling apart? Why is this person pissing me off? I could keep going but I am sue many of you have experienced similar personal questioning.
Let me go through all those again for you. How can I better use my time? How can I make sure I leave earlier? What can I learn from doing this? How else can I get this person attention? How can I expand my search efforts? How can I budget to save more money? What can I do better to strengthen our relationship? I think this person is having a bad day? There is a positive to every negative question, but we need to train ourselves recognize it constantly.
Start off by paying close attention to your thoughts. When a negative thought comes out just correct yourself. The more you do this the more natural it will become to start asking the right questions to yourself. The more positive questions you put in your head the more hope you are giving yourself for a more fulfilling future.
Take this opportunity to let Anthony Robbins better explain this concept to you.
Your challenge for today is to analyze your thoughts. What kind of questions are you asking yourself? How can you learn from the negative experiences of your day?
Thank you very much. Have a great day and don’t forget to like my new Facebook page.