5 months ago, I was stuck.
Stuck with a question I’ve never had to face.
In completely new territory.
And the more I asked myself this question, the more inconclusive I became.
The question was:
“What do you do when you get everything you’ve ever wanted in life?!”
I thought about it for weeks.
Because for the first time ever, I had it all.
My health is great.
I’m living on purpose.
My girlfriend is amazing.
Sensophy is killin’ it.
My skills are improving.
I’m traveling the world for a few months (Japan, Thailand, Bali).
I’ve got a great group of friends and mentors.
Freedom. Contribution. Growth. Authenticity. Connection. Excitement.
It’s all there.
What do you do when you get everything you want in life?!
I didn’t know.
So I started to ask around.
Now there’s not too many people I’ve met who I’ve ever heard ask this question.
But, part of the reason I’ve been able to consciously create my ideal life is because I surround myself with other people who have the courage and tenacity to create theirs as well.
So I asked my homey Andy: “Dude, what do you do when you get everything you want in life?!”
And with no hesitation, he replied…
“That’s just a shitty question.”
Fuck, he was right.
How about a better question…
“What would be the most meaningful thing I could do with my life right now?”
Or the most exciting…
Or the most fulfilling…
I’ll never forgot those “it’s just a shitty question” words.
Because so many of us keep ourselves feeling stuck by asking shitty questions.
We ask: “Who am I to be successful?”
Or: “What will they think of me if I speak my truth and express myself authentically?”
Or: “Why can’t I ever seem to finish what I start?”
All of these are shitty questions that keep us feeling stuck, small, and fearful.
The power of coaching lies in asking good questions.
You can create a new reality with the right type of inquiry.
So remember this:
The quality of your life is directly related to the quality of the questions you ask yourself.
Now my question to you is…
What questions are actually worth asking yourself?!
Drop a comment and let us know your favorite questions and/or the ones that have kept you stuck in the past.