Dear Reader,

 

What if the answers and solutions you’re looking for are already available and accessible to you if you’d only ask the right questions?

 

When I committed to becoming my best self, learning to ask questions was an afterthought at best.

So, why am I sitting here writing this letter?

It’s because I’ve learned asking questions is a fundamental skill for success in every area of my life that I’ve never been taught before I met my mentor. And without this skill, I question whether if it would be truly possible for any of us to develop mastery over ourselves, over our businesses, and over our lives.

 

Here’s why.

 

Have you ever considered how your questions influence your learning and growth?

What questions do you ask when you don’t understand something, but your mind draws to a close?

What questions do you ask when you’re doing the work, but you don’t see the results you expect?

What questions do you ask when you’re overwhelmed with doubt, uncertainty, and fear trying to do something you have no clue how to do?

 

How about your communication?

What questions do you ask to have others feel they’ve genuinely been heard and understood?

What questions do you ask before you speak to clearly communicate your ideas and guarantee it lands with your listener?

What questions do you ask in conversations to create an environment where people feel safe to speak vulnerably, authentically and honestly?

 

How about your leadership?

What do you have others think about through the questions you ask?

What questions do you ask to prioritize optimally so you can do the right things at the right times?

What questions do you ask when you’re faced with a decision you have no idea how to make?

 

How about your business?

What questions do you ask to gather more meaningful, relevant, and timely data about your market?

What questions do you ask to capture leads, qualify your prospects, and close sales?

What questions do you ask during negotiations to direct the conversation and ensure a mutually beneficial agreement?

 

How about your creativity?

What questions do you ask to think of new and innovative ideas?

What questions do you ask to identify and solve problems more quickly, simply, and easily?

What questions do you ask to promote the exploration of different perspectives and contexts?

 

How about your spiritual growth?

What questions do you ask yourself to become more self-aware?

What questions do you ask to direct focus toward love rather than fear?

What questions do you ask to discover and live within the truth in every moment?

 

Our better future lies hidden behind the doors we haven’t yet asked to be opened.

 

The future we create depends on the questions we ask ourselves and others.

Or said another way, the world we live in today was created by the questions we’ve asked ourselves and others in the past.

 

Asking questions is a skill we can all learn, not just to improve our own lives, but the lives of those around us.

 

So, when will you choose to learn how to ask better questions?

 

Chris JB Lee

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P.S.

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