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Answer the Question

How often are you asking yourself questions, but not answering them?


Here are some examples I hear from my clients...

What if it doesn't work?

Why would I spend time on that?

What will people think?

What if they say no?

What else would I do?


When you ask yourself a question but don't answer it you stay in the fear of the unknown.

These types of questions are really just a sneaky way of telling yourself you can't. Asking, "what else would I do?" is really saying, "I don't know what else I would do".


So when I catch my clients doing this, I stop them and have them answer the question.


Most of the time they have an answer to the question or we can figure one out together.


Answering the question allows you to explore realistic possibilities instead of staying stuck in fear or indecision.

For example, if you want a raise or a promotion you might stop yourself from pursuing it with the question, "what if they say no?" Because that sounds scary. So you convince yourself it's a reason not to go for it.


But when you make yourself answer the question... likely it means that you're in the exact same place you are now. Same job with the same salary. The only difference is you've shut down the possibility of change.


Based on that, you get to decide... if you could end up in the same spot either way, do you want to pursue the raise/promotion.


In other words, when you answer the question you get actual information you can use to move forward and make decisions.


As your coach, can help you make decisions based information, not fear. During the six months we work together, you'll also get:

🧠Weekly coaching

🔮Human Design insight

✅Accountability

🧙‍♀️Witchy practices


Schedule a consult to get started.

During the consult we'll talk about what you're looking for and what's missing. I'll lay out a process to help you get there. And then we'll decide if we want to move forward. Either way, you'll get info about your chart and some strategies you can implement right away.