I’m curious; may I ask you a few questions?
What’s great about your life this week?
Is this a problem or the solution?
Are you focused on what’s wrong or what’s right?
What is stopping you from taking action?
What’s in the way?
What’s the benefit of this problem?
Do you have a gut feeling about this?
Have you solved problems like this before?
How can you solve this problem so it never comes back?
If you approached this with courage, how could your life change?
What might make the difference that could change everything?
What rules do you have that are getting in the way?
How would your life be transformed if you changed this right now?
If you don’t change this, what will it cost you in the long run?
What’s the most resourceful choice here?
How can you improve this, so it adds value forever?
Are you approaching this from your head or from your heart?
What does this accomplishment mean to you?
What’s the downside of your dream?
Is this a decision or a pipe dream?
What’s the first step you need to take to reach your goal?
What will you have to give up in order to make room for your goals?
Is this goal pulling you forward or are you struggling to reach it?
If this weakness were also a strength, what would that be?
How can you use this so it becomes a benefit?
Have you decided to take action or are you just hoping you will?
What plan do you need in order to achieve your new goals?
Which of the core values does this goal express?
How would you describe the difference between a need and a value?
If you achieve this goal, will it bring lasting fulfilment or temporary pleasure?
Is this the best outcome you can imagine or is there something greater?
Do you have a detailed strategy to get there?
Are your personal standards high enough to reach your goals?
Does your current habitat fully support who you’re becoming?
How will you transform your life with this new knowledge?
Have you thought about the impact you’ll have by creating this?
What will you impact be 100 years from now?