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Dear QB Family,
How about a free life-changing event? Here’s something just for you.
You have seven coaching sessions from Paul Scheele, master of the genius mind, to help you make immediate and dramatic changes in your life.
Get your Free Pass today so that on Monday, October 26 you will have free access to these sessions:
Day 1 – Make More Money
Clear away blocks to having plenty of money
(Each day includes two powerful recordings.)
Day 2 – Sharpen Your Memory
Vaporize uncertainty and forgetfulness
Day 3 – Attract What You Want
Turn the Law of Attraction toward your success
Day 4 – Be Free of Anxiety
Be fearless, strong, and successful
Day 5 – Kick-up Your Instincts
Use your intuition like a psychic
Day 6 – Improve Your Health
Reduce stress and eradicate sickness
Bonus – Get to Your Ideal Weight
Use your inner mind to drop those pounds
These six days can have a massive impact on what you get out of life, and it will cost you nothing. No strings. No obligation. You will have two new programs every day that you can stream from your computer or mobile device. It’s our gift to you and your friends. All you have to do is get your Free Pass today.
More Money • A Great Memory
Fearless Living • The Midas Touch • Gut Instinct
Perfect Health • Your Ideal Weight
We know you’re busy. So we’re bringing you the Ultimate You Mindfest: Mind Tools to Maximize Your Potential.
“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” ~Albert Einstein
When you were a kid, you asked questions–a lot of them. Your curiosity and thirst for knowledge led you to keep asking. People told you that “curiosity killed the cat” if you got too nosy. You felt really bad for that poor cat, so you slowed down on the questions.
Well, I’m here to tell you that they straight-up lied to you, friends. The cat didn’t die from curiosity. It’s all a lie, an attempt to keep you in the little box that society has made for you.
It’s time to step out of that box and ask some real questions.
Now that you’re an adult, are you still curious? Do you ask questions, or do you assume everything is what it appears to be?
These are so many good reasons to hold onto that sense of inquisitiveness–first and foremost, because you can significantly improve your life and the lives of others with simple curiosity.
Benefits of Asking Questions
Understand the world better. Kids are always trying to get explanations for how and why things work the way they do. The Socratic Method is a powerful teaching tool at any age. Seek the truth and push yourself to get to the bottom of things.
- Be more observant. Just formulating questions will broaden your horizons. You’ll become more in tune with what’s going on around you and notice patterns.
- Be a critical thinker. It’s easy to feel bombarded by loads of information and advertising in the Internet age. Some healthy skepticism is needed to sort out fact from fiction.
- Be an innovator. Challenging the status quo and old assumptions opens us up to positive change. You may discover new ways to trim your grocery budget or spend more time with your family.
- Be more confident. Maybe you feel foolish asking questions or assume you’re supposed to know everything. Taking risks by opening up to others can actually make you feel more self assured.
- Open the lines of communication. Consulting with others demonstrates your interest and respect for their knowledge and opinions. That opens the way to improved dialogue.
What to Learn About Your Relationship
- Are you really compatible? Before you get deeply involved, make sure you’re on the same page about important issues. Do you both want kids? Can you accept each other’s weaknesses?
- Once you’re in the relationship, it’s not too late. Ask how you can improve together. What can you do to make your spouse or partner feel more loved? How can you be more successful financially? Are you on the same page when it comes to how you want to raise kids or which area of the country you live in? You need to understand what each of you wants and how to best compromise so that both are happy and fulfilled.
Asking these kinds of questions can help you to connect more deeply. It’s easy to talk at a superficial level but stronger bonds form when you probe further. Talk about your core beliefs and greatest challenges. Use the knowledge you gather about yourselves and each other to support each other. Work on improving yourselves, your relationship and your community.
Your Career: Important Questions
- What do you like to do? Interview yourself. Take an inventory of your leisure activities to identify how you like to spend your time and what gives you the greatest sense of satisfaction.
- What are you good at? Explore how you can make a career out of doing what you love. Reach out to others to invite additional suggestions and feedback.
- How’s your resume looking? Examine your resume. Does it demonstrate a clear career path or are you drifting from one job to the next? Consider the training and experience you’ll need to move closer to your goals.
Other Aspects of Life: Things to Consider
- Do you feel that your life is meaningful? Draft your own statement of what you want to get out of life and what makes you happy. Others can provide helpful input, but you’re the only one who can answer such questions.
- What are you grateful for? Practice being thankful for the things that are good in your life, such as your health, family and natural beauty. Keeping your blessings fresh in your mind will elevate your mood, lower your stress and make all your activities feel more effortless.
- How can you help others? Helping others is one of the most effective sources of lasting gratification. Ask how you can contribute to creating a better world. Remind yourself how much better you feel when you work for the common good instead of focusing on yourself alone.
Never stop asking questions! Becoming more inquisitive will make life more interesting and rewarding. You may even become a better citizen, friend and employee. In any case, you’ll find life more fulfilling when you ask questions.
I am inspired by the world around me.
My life is full of fascinating people, places, and things. Each day, something new happens to me.
No moment in time is actually like any other, even if they sometimes seem that way. Because of this, I am inspired by the world around me.
If I ever feel bored, or like nothing changes, I remind myself to pay closer attention. Everything is always in flux, whether that’s grass growing, a different meal to prepare tonight than I had last night, or a change in the rhythm of my breathing in response to an emotion. When I notice these things, my life takes on color and dimension.
Also, I take particular note of the things that inspire me. I may take a snapshot, blog about them, or simply etch them into my memory. With these experiences, I fill my inner well of images. This way, I never run dry.
The world around me feeds my creativity and leaves me lush with ideas.
My desire to live vibrantly is rekindled each day as I look for novel ways to approach challenges. I revel in the abundance of ideas presented to me and try to incorporate them into my life whenever I feel they might benefit me, which is often!
Today, I make time to contemplate the inspiration that surrounds me. I am thankful for my many opportunities to learn and grow through experiencing the world. And I seek out new ideas and experiences frequently to help keep me inspired.
Today’s Self-Reflection Questions:
1. What regular occurrences in my life would be more enjoyable if I was more fully present for them?
2. Aside from pure enjoyment, in what ways would this benefit me?
3. What sources of inspiration do I have in my life today? Are there some new ones I would like to cultivate?