A few weeks ago, I met with an old friend to catch up over coffee. She had lost her job and despite plenty of interviews has been unable to find another.
“What’s wrong with me?” she asked. “Why won’t someone offer me a job?”
She wasn’t conscious of the questions she was asking. They just bubbled up, but they were good examples of bad questions.
The questions we ask ourselves are powerful. They can fire hope and lead to new ideas. They can also destroy hope and keep us stuck in a bad mind set.
The key is to be intentional and choose our questions carefully.
For example, when something bad happens we automatically