Asking questions has been identified as a very important tool to become ’fit for the future’.
“Quality questions create a quality life. Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” – Tony Robbins
This year try starting every day asking yourself:
- What is something I can do for someone else today?
- What is something I can do to add value to the world today?
- What is something that I have to offer other people?
Innovation can be defined as ‘implementing ideas that add value’. How do we define being an innovator?
These three questions by Tony Robbins offers great insight into the definition of being an innovator. An innovator is someone that helps others achieve their goals and maybe even adds value to the world.
If you routinely ask these questions, you will begin to frame the way you experience the day completely different. Rather than your mental and emotional state being the product of external forces, you will see how you can begin to shape the world around you. Rather than asking what you are getting from something or someone, you will start to ask yourself what value you can bring to the table.
You will then approach different events and circumstances in a way that encourages innovation, problem-solving, contribution and growth. You will realise the gifts you have to offer others and the positive impact you can make on the world around you.
These questions have the power to give you an entirely new perspective not just on a random daily basis, but on your life. And you will begin to tell yourself new, empowering stories where the possibilities of what you can achieve are endless. If you want to raise the quality of your life, then start asking yourself quality questions and it starts with you asking the three above, every single day.
Our premier conference event coming up in the new year is themed ‘Fit for the Future’ and will expand on asking the right questions to ensure you are prepared for future success.
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