80% of finding the right answer is asking the right question.
The meaning of silence is not apparent until it is broken.
That wonderful moment when you realize that criticism is not about you, but rather about the person offering it, and you are free to accept it or simply wish them well and walk away happy.
Another of mine:
One Foot Here – One Foot There
And borrowed from Dave:
Dancing in the Mind of God
Is there a difference between my life and who I am?
Everyone has something valuable to say to me. It’s my job to listen.
Can you write your story in 6 words? One of mine is: Free to be – within the lines.
If all your wishes come true, what will you do then?
Sometimes our longstanding beliefs can become limiting, and they can keep us from what we want now.
One way to challenge those beliefs, and perhaps begin to change them is to re-frame how we express them – to others and to ourselves.
We can change “I’m not good at math” to “Until recently I wasn’t good at math” or “In the past I wasn’t good at math” or “I’m getting better at math.”
Getting to the heart of what you really want is a series of questions – asking why you want what you think you want.