How to Get Clear About Anything: The 3 Magic Questions
Today I made a decision about his car.
How did I resolve it?
How did I get clear?
I basically asked myself three questions:
1. What would I do if I weren't afraid?
2. What would I do if money were no object?
3. What would be better?
Those three questions helped me on a cognitive level, but freed me on an emotional level.
Once I've answered one or more of those questions in a ruthlessly honest way, I'm able to clearly see my real desires, and then take action.
Said another way, once I'm clear of the snags in my thought process, I can connect to my internal guidance system and go with the flow again.
So, after running through the questions, I decided I didn't want Jimmy's car.
After all, if money were no object, I'd buy a brand new Bentley GT.
And what would be better than Jimmy's used car would be a new Bentley made for me.
And what would I do if I weren't afraid, I'd tell James Caan, "No, thanks. I'll order a new Bentley of my own."
And yes, I already contacted two different Bentley dealers. (There's a two year waiting list for these beauties.)
There you have it.
The entire struggle to make a decision was cut off at the knees once I honestly answered the above questions.
You might try them on your next dilemma.
Later, when I took a nap, I dreamed that Jimmy's car was no longer stuck half way down my driveway.
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