Why is this happening to me? How did I get this so wrong? How can I get out of this situation?
If you've ever asked yourself these questions only to end up feeling stuck in the past and blaming yourself for the situation, you're not alone.
These questions focus solely on ourselves and fail to consider external factors or opportunities for growth.
To shift our perspective and cultivate a growth mindset, it's important to redirect our thoughts towards more positive and solution-focused questions.
Some examples of solution-focused questions:
What would the version of me that has (insert what you want) do or say right now? How can I create the money I'd love to have? What action can I take today to have fun?
Keep It Simple
The questions don't have to be big or complicated - even small actions like incorporating self-care into our daily routine or making time for something fun can spark creativity and lead us towards what we truly desire.
Practice the change
Start by practicing asking ourselves these types of questions.
By doing that, we take small steps towards our goals and can move beyond self-blame and start unlocking our full potential for personal growth and success.