What if you stopped looking for new answers and start looking for new questions instead?
Oftentimes we book a new coaching, start reading a new book or listen to the latest podcast interview of our mentor with the intention of looking for an answer.
THE answer for this one question and problem we have been carrying with us for the latest period of time. We have tension in our whole body, our forehead is wrinkled because of the concentrated face we make and our shoulders almost touch our ears. We force ourselves to not miss a single word and analyze every sentence because what if that was the answer we had been looking for the entire time?
What if it wasn’t about looking for the right answers anymore but instead looking for new questions?
Here is the thing.
The questions you have asked till today made you get to where you are at right now.
The questions you have asked the universe till today made you receive the answers you have right now.
The questions you have asked your friends and family till today define your relationship with them.
The questions you have asked yourself till today are the reason for how you feel about yourself.
The questions you were listening to and willing to answer till today determine your level of consciousness and quality of life.
I would love to invite you to my way. A different approach.
It is not the answers you should be seeking.
Start looking for new questions. Bigger questions. More challenging ones. Maybe even more demanding. More controversial. Disruptive.
Start looking for questions that set free even more curiosity. The ones that make your eyes go bigger and sparkle.
And you will find new answers.