The Solution to All Your "Issues"
Have you ever said "I have an issue with that!" Or, "I have a problem with that!"
We all have at some point. But let's take a look at what is really going on here.
When you have a problem with something what you really mean is you have a question about it. Maybe there is something you don't understand about the situation, or you simply can't wrap your head around why this is happening.
When you have an issue with it, that's just a problem with judgment attached to it and then things get a little trickier to solve.
But, when we look at how we can solve the problem, and release the judgments, it becomes very simple to solve. All you have to do is boil it down to the question. What is your question about the situation?
Constructing your question effectively is the key to solving your problem quickly and efficiently. Instead of asking why is it so hard to make money, try asking, "How can I generate more revenue this month?"
When constructing your questions be aware of underlying limiting beliefs that may be shaping your questions or creating bias in your viewpoints. When you can recognize the limiting belief that you hold you gain the awareness to let it go and move forward. Going back to our money example, you may hold the belief that rich people are bad, so you wouldn't want to be one, or that you aren't deserving of making the kind of money you want.
For a more detailed analysis of how to solve your issues, leave a comment with your issue and I'll help you solve it!
As always, questions are welcome, please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd be glad to help you out!