Better Questions to be More Reflective
Ask Better questions do that you can be more reflective
Lindsay Tighe used to think that questions were simply a sentence with a question mark on the end of them.
Now she realises that questions have the power to create amazing breakthroughs in thinking.
Great questions can create new or expanded thoughts which have the power to change emotions and behaviours which then transform situations which can ultimately change lives!
All that from just asking some questions?
However, rather than waiting for someone to ask you a powerful question that could change your life, in this e-guide Lindsay asks you to ask yourself the questions. By asking the questions yourself, you will slowly but surely become more reflective.
This e-guide is part of a series of guides designed to get you to ask better questions about the many different areas of your life.
This particular guide asks 20 powerful questions, which, if you answer openly and honestly will help you design an action plan to change certain aspects of your life that no longer serve you.
At no time in the guide are you given the answers.
There are no right or wrong answers; there are only your answers.
There are no action's that should be undertaken. This guide is your journey; it taps into your own personal thought processes and whatever other conversations you have with yourself, to be able to take actions that will change your life.
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