One of my goal’s as your life and business strategist and coach, is to develop your self-inquiry skills and ensure you practice them. Self-inquiry is based on an assumption that you need less advice and more safe space to access your own “inner teacher” — your truth that offers guidance to address your challenges and opportunities.
This is the reason I ask so many questions, to help you look beneath the surface of your own assumptions. Together, we hold your beliefs up to the light and learn more about them. In no way am I interested in embarrassing you into changing. You act on free choice, always. Typically, what you don’t want is to constantly allow your mood of the moment to dictate the intention of your life.
Consider these questions to help you with self-inquiry:
- What’s the story I am telling myself right now?
- What is the belief that this story justifies or relies on?
- How is that belief serving me in this moment?
- What other beliefs might I adopt that better serve my intention and integrity in this moment?
- What beliefs help me move toward my goals, long-term intentions and desired legacy?
If you want to learn more about the game-changing power of self-inquiry, ask about my “Why This Work: Renewing Your Passion For Your Life and Work” programs.