These 2 Questions Will Solve All Your Problems!

//These 2 Questions Will Solve All Your Problems!

These 2 Questions Will Solve All Your Problems!

These 2 questions wstart stopill solve all your problems!

Am I sounding too much like an infomercial?  And…I’ll even throw in this paring knife!

Ok, now seriously. If you have a problem, then here are two killer questions to help you hone in on a solution.  Ask yourself:

What am I doing that I shouldn’t be?
What am I not doing that I should?

Simple huh? But brilliant. Why? Because, let’s be honest, we all know that there are things we say we’re going to do but don’t. And, there are things we’re doing that either create a problem or make one worse. Right? Right.

I love to help people figure out what they want out of life. It’s a joy to discover what you long to do, how you want to be, and what would make your life more meaningful. Then I usually help you get out of your own way so that you can make your dream happen. But if you’re not going to be sitting in my office next week or talking to me via Skype, you can get the party started by asking yourself those two simple questions. Then start doing what you need to or stop doing what you shouldn’t. If you still can’t, then that’s where people like me (psychologists) come in handy to help you figure out why and get past it. Most of the time, the only one stopping you from getting what you want out of life is you. So what are you waiting for? Get out of your way!

Whoosh! (That’s me throwing the mic down.)


“The answer to all your problems is in this bittle lottle.” ~ Lucille Ball


About the Author:

Dr. Christine
Dr. Christine is a Licensed Psychologist with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and over a decade of business experience in a managerial position in a Fortune 500 company. Dr. Christine is also a certified Life Coach. This combination of psychological expertise, life coaching skills, and business acumen enables her to help you clearly understand the situations you are experiencing and take smart action toward improving them. For over a decade, she has been helping people to have more fulfilling and more successful relationships and careers.