Mindset - Part 2 - Curiosity to Find Answers

In order to keep your mind active to what you want, you must not stop asking questions.

The more curious you are, the more possibilities you will open throughout your lifetime.

Let’s say you know what you want to do, what you want to change, or where you want to go.

That little voice in you says you don’t have the time. You don’t have the money. You don’t have the skills. And as that list goes on and on pretty soon you don’t have the motivation either.

There are two questions that will shut down that voice.

Question One: “What one thing can I do today that will put me even one step closer to my goal?”

Right, one thing. A possible thing. If you only have 15 minutes what one thing you can do in 15 minutes? If you have no money at all what one thing can you do with that no many? There is always ONE thing you can do with what you have. Do that one thing. Ask the question again tomorrow.

Question Two: “What one thing can I commit to doing every day that will put me even one step closer to my goals?”

Nothing breeds success like a little success. The results are cumulative. So decide what you can promise yourself you will do every day. Without fail! And see what that leads to. You might reach a point where that one thing isn’t moving you closer to your goal, because you’ve already passed the point where it’s effective. Great! Ask the question again.

The problem never is that you don’t know what to do. The problem is that you don’t do it.

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