Nov 29, 2010
Change Your Game
A year ago, I wrote a post and workbook that has been shared over 17,000 times, and I think it’s time to put the spotlight on it again.
It’s called “7 Steps To Playing A Much Bigger Game,” and it’s been responsible for a lot of people making huge jumps in their life and business.
If you haven’t read it, you can download it free right here. And if you have read it, you should download it again and go through the workbook with fresh eyes. (I may even make this a yearly reminder, because the content is that important.)
If you’re stuck with results you don’t like in life and business, you need to consider changing your game.
You only get answers to the questions you ask. And the size of your question determines the size of your answer. So if you’re asking weak questions, like “Why isn’t this working?” or “How can I do a little bit better than in the past?” you’re going to get answers that do a poor job of empowering you.
But if you ask the big questions – if you ask yourself how you can leap way ahead of the results you’re getting now … well, now you’re talking. Your brain will work overtime to come up with answers. (And the free workbook will help you ask those questions.)
Ready to ask the questions that will help you play a bigger game? Here’s how to do it.
- Download, print and go through the free 7 Steps To Playing A Much Bigger Game workbook.
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- (And if you want 3 more free workbooks, check out the Launch Coach Library)
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