Want to experience success at the end of every day? Here’s how.

We are always asking questions.
Sometimes of others and very often of ourselves.
These questions have a huge impact on our lives because questions always lead to answers.
Answers generate emotions and drive behaviour.
Ask a shitty question? Get a shitty answer and have a shitty experience.

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When we change the quality of questions we ask ourselves, we can change the quality of our lives.

A simple way to make transformative, rapid change is by asking ourselves powerful questions at the end of each day, finishing our day feeling successful and prepared for the next day.

What’s one success or win I had today?
How did I celebrate?
What did I do today—what did I get done?
What will I do tomorrow?
What’s my most important task tomorrow?
Are there any impediments or barriers in my way?

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I help people unlearn stuff that isn’t workable and design behaviour which guides them towards fulfilment, freedom & flow.

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Kristy Bertenshaw

Kristy Bertenshaw

I help people unlearn stuff that isn’t workable and design behaviour which guides them towards fulfilment, freedom & flow.

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