6: 6. Stay Curious

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Are you still curious? Do you still ask questions? The definition of Curious is “eager to know or learn something”. Are you still eager to know and learn something? Are you still open to discovering the life you always wanted? What questions do you ask yourself each day? Do you use empowering questions to become your best self? Take a minute and answer these questions I just asked…and you will see if you are curious or not. Our brains want to avoid failure so as we get older we often subconsciously stop being curious. When we loose curiosity we become stuck in our story and just do the same thing over and over again. We become comfortable with what we know to do and just keep doing that over and over. I believe it is fear that stops curiosity. Albert Einstein said, “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” What is the reason for questioning and being curious? Empowering questions are tools we use to change our lives. When we begin by asking higher quality questions, the higher quality the answer will be. So let’s stay curious! In this episode we will learn the power of asking How instead of Why. When we change one word in our questions you will begin to see that your life will change. When we ask how to things…this empowers the brain to go to work and search for better answers. For example, instead of asking “why can’t I be happy” try saying, “How can I be happy”. I will also share some great questions you can ask yourself every single day that will strengthen your mind to focus on the good as we stay curious. The Word Effect works when we work it and I invite you to put on the words “Stay Curious” this week. Be consistent and begin to ask empowering questions and see what happens. Give it a try! Words Matter–create the life you want with the power of words.

XO Becky

6: 6. Stay Curious

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