Too many of us encounter an obstacle and drop into victim-mode, giving away our power to it and throwing in the towel.
Instead, use “The WTOH Question” and ask what’s the opportunity here?
This ritual has saved my life. It has allowed me to leverage the unexpected into pure possibility. And turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones.
It’s helped my team produce epic results in the face of Plan A not going to plan. And it’s moved my clients to achieve legendary businesses as well as lives they adore.
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WTOH, what's the opportunity here? So you're having a bad day. Maybe you had a fight with someone, maybe you lost a big sale. Maybe someone cuts you off in traffic, and then you didn't get your favorite lunch, and then you had a difficulty on the way home. So let's say that's happening. You simply run the WTOH question, which will allow you to pivot. WTOH, what's the opportunity here? See, there's great power in a question, and it allows your brain to hunt for something good.
And so how do you pivot? You ask yourself, what's the opportunity here? You have a fight with someone, let's say one of your family members. You say, what's the opportunity here? Well, your brain then starts to look for the opportunity, which is I can learn how to communicate better. Or this is an opportunity for me to show forgiveness and grow in my personal bravery. This is an opportunity for me to understand my family member better. It's a great and powerful question.