What if… is a great way to start a question. It requires a fuller more detailed answer than a closed question. It calls upon the responder to be creative and forward thinking. I love using What if… questions on myself and my students, especially when making difficult decisions and in times of confusion and stress.
In my new book The Path To Success I discuss how you can use the What if… question to get out of your state of stuckness. In order to advance we need a way out. The best way to do that is to provide yourself with options. Options bring a sense of possibility which make it easier to move forward with confidence.
Use the What if… question for yourself and let us know how it impacts your day.