I am sure there are things in your life you really want to do but ... Yep, at the same time many "buts" pop up in your thoughts. Potential buts and scaring buts. One common but is the fear to fail - to start realizing your dream and to experience that it doesn't work plus all the related feelings of disappointment, pain, shame, ... Nevertheless, I encourage you to dare to ask the following question and see what happens: What would I do today, if I could not fail? Let's start today!
Even if we really want to change something a lot of "ifs" and "buts" are standing in our way to get into action. We are waiting for something to happen or for someone to act. We postpone our action and have many good reasons for this. And sometimes, we are just scared about the change and its unforeseeable consequences, about becoming visible with our action, about the potential reactions of the people in our environment. As a help to overcome these fears, try this question: What I would do differently, if I had unlimited courage?
To live a better life requires satisfaction. Being thankful is one strategy to be more satisfied in life. So ask yourself:[/vc_column_text] Which five things I'm really thankful for? What is your answer to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
Everyone is good at something. In my opinion, everyone is unique and has therefore also unique talents and strengths. But often we don’t value where we are good at. That’s too normal for us, nothing special. And so it happens that we not even appreciated the compliments we get from others. Probably it would be interesting to explore the difference of how others perceive your strengths and how you want to be perceived. So ask yourself: What would be the nicest compliment someone could give me? And what could I do to get this compliment in the near future? What are your answers to these questions? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
Quite often we tend to struggle with how we are. We compare ourselves to others and always find little things where we could do better and are not good enough. That way we keep ourselves busy to look at our faults and to feel unsatisfied with ourselves. But hey, nobody is perfect! So please try the little experiment and ask yourself: If you were 100% convinced that you are okay, right and proper, as you are at the moment. How would that feel? What is your answer to this question? Please share your views and insights in the comments.
This happens to everyone once in a while: something goes wrong. Now you are getting disappointed, depressed or angry. It feels just bad and you can't stop thinking about it. In order to get out of this spiral of negative thoughts and feelings, I suggest to work with the following questions: Think of a case which went wrong last week and ask yourself: What can I learn from this? To what extent could this have been good for me in the long run? What are your answers to this questions? Please share your views and insights in the comments.