One of the more important things I learned from Anthony Robbins is this: "The quality of the questions you ask determines the quality of your life."
For instance, do not ask, "Why don't I ever have enough copywriting business?" The answer to this question will only perpetuate your lack of clients.
Rather, ask empowering questions like, "How can I attract more clients without increasing the amount of money I'm currently spending on marketing and advertising?" The answer to this question will lead you in the direction you want to go.
It is the same in all aspects of life.
Do not ask, "Why is my marriage in the dumps?" Instead, ask yourself, "How can I make my marriage sizzle like it did on our honeymoon?"
Do not ask, "Why can't I afford a house?" Instead, ask yourself, "How can I buy a home in the next six months without changing jobs?"
Do not ask, "Why can't I get anything done around here?" Instead, ask yourself, "How can I eliminate interruptions and get more done in less time?"
Questions are powerful tools to shape your life. There is always a way to rephrase a question so it leads to a positive outcome. So ask quality questions—questions that empower you to make things better—and I promise your life will improve.