This question isn’t as lightweight as it sounds.
Because our brain is a question-asking and question-answering mechanism, as soon as you ask, “What are you hoping for?”, your brain begins to paint a picture of your ideal outcome.
But wait, there’s more…
Once your brain begins to paint a picture of what you’re hoping for, it’s begun focusing on what you want—rather than what you don’t want.
And that, my friends, is how we think, feel and live constructively, purposefully and happily.
By focusing on what we want—not what we don’t want.
“You are today where your thoughts have brought you;
you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.”
– James Allen
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About the Author:
For more than 25-years, Carolyn Stevens has helped leaders flourish and become more confident, more courageous and impressively influential.
She specialises in helping ambitious but frustrated female leaders remove their stumbling blocks and accelerate their careers.
Carolyn is authentic and results-oriented. She’ll draw on an eclectic array of approaches, tools and techniques to suit your situation.
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