Today’s topic is a necessity! I want to talk about it and give you a few pointer based on what I’ve observed as a major pain of people I’ve dealt with, as well as from my own experience. See if it rings a bell for you.
Have you ever seen “experts” give advice which not too long after was proven wrong? Why is that?
One main reason is because whatever they’re trying to project isn’t backed up by real constant results or they’re simply trying to promote the “next best thing” or some “miraculous solution to your problem”.
Don’t buy into something that you haven’t first asked some questions about and gotten feedback on, ESPECIALLY if it speaks straight to your pain.
If it’s on the internet, I highly suggest that that you ask them and yourself questions! So many people have opinions on things, but that doesn’t make it right or true! This is one of the reasons I always recommend everyone asking questions, more so if it comes from unverified sources!
You want to make better and more educated choices? ASK BETTER QUESTIONS!
Here’s why I suggest this.
One of things that happens when you ask questions is you get clarity as well as a deeper understanding of the subject being discussed. You become more informed.
Another plus of asking questions is realizing wether or not the thing being talked about resonates with you and your beliefs.
A third benefit of asking better questions is saving money. For example: how many people do you know (or even yourself) that bought the newest diet plan that promised quick results but didn’t deliver? Or maybe that new kitchen gadget that almost excused you from having to do anything in the kitchen. I’m exaggerating of course, but that’s to prove a point.
We are very impulsive choice makers and many marketers bank on that. My suggestion is: ask better questions! You’ll save yourself from a lot of headache, confusion, time and money wasted!
I hope you’ve gotten some good information from this article! I’d love to hear your feedback! I’m on your team!
Until next time, don’t forget to be kind, be loving, be forgiving and most importantly, be yourself!