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When you coach yourself, you get a different perspective.

I’m going through a bit of a business dilemma right now.

This has been compounded with the fact that my whole family has been sick for the past few days, which means no sleep for Daddy (or Mommy for that matter). Of course, things look a lot worse when you haven’t slept and start thinking about them at 3 AM lying on the couch listening for signs of a crying toddler.

I decided to do something different this morning though.

I decided to ask better questions.

With better questions comes better clarity.

Here are the questions I asked:

Can this work the way it is now?

How can this work?

Am I getting out of this what I want, or am I just being nice to make others happy?

Will this work if ___________? (fill in the option)

If I were to step out of the situation and were to serve as a coach, to someone else, what advice would I give?

In the end, the answers to these questions provided me with the insight I wouldn’t have had otherwise. The best part about it… it was easy.

You can apply this flow to your business, your relationships, or just about any other situation you’re in.