Do you know how to ask great questions to release the Golden Handcuffs?
You are not the king of the world anymore. I abdicate the throne in your name. I abolish the monarchy. You are no longer in charge of knowing everything. Most importantly, you don’t have to have all of the answers anymore. I relinquish you of that duty.
Now breathe deeply. How does it feel to not be responsible for all the knowing? I hope it’s a relief. When you allow yourself to stop knowing everything and ask great questions, you start to release the golden handcuffs.
Feels good doesn’t it?
Remember George from the Top 5 Habits to Release the Golden Handcuffs? He spent 21 days on Habit #1 and #2 where every time he thought he had to know the answer, he stopped and asked a great question. That is his new habit. Each time he wanted to say, “This is how it should be done,” or “Let me think of a way to solve this,” or “I’ve decided we will respond this way,” he didn’t. He took a deep breath and he asked a great question instead.
I don’t mean that he should turn into a snarky 5th grade teacher. You know, the one who always said, “I don’t know, Ruth, how doooooo you spell A-C-H-I-E-V-E?”
George learned how to ask great questions. That’s why I created this video to explain.
In the next post I will cover how to stop doing everything and ask for help.
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