• Looking for the cause of problems sounds like a smart idea. It's rarely so.

"Why?"

Looking for the cause of problems sounds like a smart idea. It's rarely so.

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Far too often, asking ourselves why something happened is the first step in a downward-spiraling process by which we increasingly distract, demotivate and disenfranchise ourselves.

Practically speaking, asking why a challenge exists keeps our attention fixed on the problem at the very time when we'd be better served looking for solutions. More often than not, the question provokes a pointless, pain-inducing wild goose chase down the rabbit-hole of past events and emotions. 

What happened when? Who reacted how? 

Even when posed with best intentions, asking “Why?” easily leads to a flood of petty details and distractions – right when we're trying cut to the core of our situation as efficiently and effectively as possible.

So what to can we do when we start heading down the "Why?" rabbit hole?

Discover how hundreds of my coaching clients have turned their "Why?" habit from a source of overwhelm into a solution-solving shortcut.
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