the questions to ask



The Right Questions consist of ten powerful inquiries designed to reveal what is motivating your actions.

The answers to these questions will immediately clarify your thinking and support you in making the choices that are in your highest and best interest. 

They are deceptively simple but incredibly powerful and can be used in any situation or at any crossroads. Here, then, are the Right Questions:

  1. Will this choice propel me toward an inspiring future or will it keep me stuck in the past?
  2. Will this choice bring me long-term fulfillment or will it bring me short-term gratification?
  3. Am I standing in my power or am I trying to please another?
  4. Am I looking for what’s right or am I looking for what’s wrong?
  5. Will this choice add to my life force or will it rob me of my energy?
  6. Will I use this situation as a catalyst to grow and evolve or will I use it to beat myself up?
  7. Does this choice empower me or does it disempower me?
  8. Is this an act of self-love or is it an act of self- sabotage?
  9. Is this an act of faith or is it an act of fear?
  10. Am I choosing from my divinity or am I choosing from my humanity?

Why these particular questions? I once heard the motivational speaker Tony Robbins say, “Quality questions create a quality life.”

The quality of our lives is made up of the sum of all our decisions. To make quality decisions, we need to see clearly.

Asking either-or questions heightens our awareness and clarifies the results that we can expect from our actions.

When you ask these questions in the decision-making process, you immediately see whether the choice you are about to make is an expression of your light or your darkness, whether the choice comes from your vision and dreams or from your fears and doubts.

These questions supply you with the wisdom you need to make what was previously unconscious, conscious, so that you choose with all the power that comes from being fully aware.

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