My answer: Ask you
First: What have you been doing lately?
Second: Why do you believe in it?
Third: What kind of advice would you give to someone who is interested?
Fourth: How soon?
Fifth: What did you learn? What did you remember?
Sixth: What would you like me to teach someone else who wants to start out?
I don’t want to oversell anything, but I want to make sure, if I am helping someone move from that dream to real life, I am creating the person I want them to be to move from “here” to “here.” I want to help them be happier, healthier, and happier.
This might sound obvious, right? But when I do it, I usually see people struggling with a lack of focus or other skills. It makes them feel stupid, like they don’t understand, like they are not good enough. They aren’t ready for something bigger. If I can help them move from this to something bigger, then it is a benefit to the entire group.
How do I ask a life coach my questions?
What we want to change here is something that is really easy to change: how to manage your time well. What is so hard about that? How quickly we waste our time? How many hours can we reasonably squeeze in before it all becomes a chore?
How to manage our time well means we are mindful of how much we take in, and how long we are spending. This means we should think about whether we are wasting time (and not forgetting to pay attention), and the time we actually need for ourselves and our future. This is harder, but can be done.
We want to use a good question about our goals to help us think about how much to take in, and how much time we need for our goals. I have a few examples:
I want to learn languages.
I want to quit smoking.
I want to be a better manager. I’ll have to be more detail oriented. I hope I can use that time better.
As a result, I find myself getting answers like:
What do you suggest I learn? What type of language do you suggest I learn?
Why is it important to learn French?
How long does it take to pick up a language. Should I be using this time to make it an art? Should
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