Don’t question if you should ask.
Question it all.
Most importantly, question the response.
Ok so you know when you have a problem and you have no idea what to do?
You feel blocked.
You know you want a solution, but you’re not sure how to get there.
Those are crucial times for inquisition.
Ask yourself (or have a good friend/family member) help you solve the solution.
Treat the problem like a tricky equation.
There’s always a solution, but it sometimes takes multiple attempts to solve.
When you encounter obstacles, treat the questions as target practice. If you keep shooting, you’re bound to strike the goal.
Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.
Questions help us move forward and solve the issue at hand.
What is the issue?
Once you’ve located it, let the interrogation begin.
If you get stuck, treat your mind + body like a computer. Restart it and maybe just shake it up a bit.
Persistence births solutions. A bad habit? Why do you do it? What can replace it?
A strong foundation is a major key.
and always keep learning
And remember, be visionary, not stationary. 😉
If you’re short on questions, look online.
I like this little guy:
What if we trusted that everything was unfolding exactly as it should?