Turn your Problem into a Question

Rebel presents their new Monday Motivation series where Co-Founder Alan Donegan gives you a new motivating tip to get you through the work week. This week, Alan puts a positive spin on your problems, why not make them a question?

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Welcome to Monday morning motivation, the series of videos that is all about helping you getting going and making things real. Today’s idea is all about the difference between a problem and a question. One is motivating. One stops you from doing things. And what we have noticed quite often is that people focus on the problem they focus on, I’ve not got enough sales, I’ve not got enough sales, I’m worried about making tele sales, my business isn’t growing, I’m not making money. And that’s all they focus on. And if you continually focus on the problem, you will get stuck in the problem, you get more of what you focus on. And the quickest way to change your focus is to change that problem to a question that you can actually answer that drives energy, motivation and action. So if your problem is I’ve not got enough customers, the question is, how do I get to more customers today? How do I land more business? If you’re not getting enough visitors to your website? I’m not getting any traffic, I’m not getting any traffic. Change it to a question? How do I get 100 unique visitors to my website this week? And start answering the question and throwing your energy into it. If you can turn your problems into questions. They are solvable and it gives you the energy to start asking. So turn your problem into a question. Ask people around you asked on Facebook, asking the Facebook support group asked us start asking the question to find answers to be able to take action and the more action you take, the quicker you will get to the results you want to get to. So turn your problems into questions and take action.