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4 important questions

Jul 12, 2015

Instead of wrestling with a myriad of “what if” questions in your head you could use a simple tool which, will focus your mind on the important “what if” questions:

  1. What would happen if I make this change?
  2. What would happen if I do not make this change?
  3. What would not happen if I make this change?
  4. What would not happen if I do not make this change?

There are no right or wrong answers. Just make sure your answers are honest!

The result of this exercise may surprise you or confirm what you instinctively knew anyway. It does not matter. Having written down your thoughts, mulled them over and sense checked them, including the “do nothing option” will give you confidence that you are making good decisions.

If you have followed my 1-2-3-4 strategy for change you will have selected one item to change, engaged another person to sense check what you do and monitor progress. You will have considered 3 options, probably more than once along the way and you will have worked out the implications of making or not making your desired change to your life. Most importantly, you have committed to taking action that you are comfortable with in order to achieve positive change in your life.

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"I could always rely on Peter to ask a thought provoking question that stimulated my own reasoning and thought process. Coaching has been a very positive experience and I feel I am better equipped to manage my work environment and myself." LC