05 Feb The 3 Questions That Change EVERYTHING
Mitch Matthews does a DREAM. THINK. DO. “deep dive” to talk through the 3 questions that changed his life! If things like affirmations haven’t worked for you in the past, Mitch will show you why AND offer these 3 questions to help you to achieve more of the life you want to live!
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Do you want to start thinking better? You have your big dreams and goals, but at the same time… are your worries constantly weighing you down?
Now you can discover the strategies that will launch your mindset to the next level!
Mitch Matthews gives you a tried and true concept that he personally uses and frequently recommends to his audiences and coaching clients. So it’s not just a theory, it’s a promise.
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You’ve probably heard that affirmations are the key to banishing that negative voice in your head. However, Mitch has found that for him, affirmations just don’t cut it. It’s because the brain is a truth-seeker, and any time it detects something you don’t fully perceive as the truth it takes that affirmation and kicks it to the curb. So Mitch discovered that the key is to occupy your truth seeker in a much more productive way: asking it questions.
Want to jump to the questions? Here’s a short cut:
- Question 1 (10:18)
- Question 2 (16:42)
- Question 3 (26:41)
Listen in to find out exactly why these questions will work for you, and how you can apply them to any aspect of your life.
This is just one more way for you to punch worry in the face; so you can dream bigger, think better, and do more!
Maureen GrossePosted at 19:58h, 05 February
I just found your podcast on a road trip this week and LOVE it. I listened to “The 3 questions that can change everything” first. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate this podcast. I am 45 years old, mom of 3, 2 of whom have special needs, which has lead my husband and I to a point where I had to quit my “dream job” of teaching kindergarten in order to be more present in our children’s/family’s lives.
I am totally cool with putting my kids and husband first, but re-inventing myself has been difficult. I am finding my way and realizing my passions and gifts are my passions and gifts regardless of the “venue.” Now I am working on growing my venue.
I am a true believer in positive thinking drives action and therefore brings you success, but I do struggle with affirmations. I can say it all I want, but i’m a “heady” person and that gets in my way. Then my affirmations are, as you put it, “horse scat” (loved that).
These 3 questions give me something specific to ask myself as I look at my schedule/activities/venues…I feel so confident that with the start I have and these 3 questions, I will see more success in my new profession.
Mitch MatthewsPosted at 20:36h, 05 February
Wow. Maureen thanks so much for the comment AND thanks for listening to the podcast. Welcome to the DREAM.THINK.DO. family!
Plus, thanks so much for loving your family well and taking care of those kiddos. That is a sacrifice but one that will pay off in HUGE ways in the days to come.
So glad these questions hit home especially as you’re reinventing yourself!! Stay the course sista! You’re on the right track! You’ve got this! 🙂
DiegoPosted at 23:25h, 18 February
Wow MItch this is great stuff.
My top take away is defining success as “enjoying” what you are currently doing.
Thanks for sharing!
Celeste EstevesPosted at 22:41h, 19 September
Thank you, Mitch, for meeting me where I am today. I submitted an application for a new position with my current company that’s a whole lot more responsible for outcomes than my current one. Just submitting was excruciating! But as I hit Submit I thought, “it’s kinda like an experiment…i’ll put it out there and see what happens!”
then the worries started…What if there’s already someone lined up? Who am I to think I can do this? I’m such a goofball, who’s gonna take me seriously?
Well, I’m feeling a lot better now after asking myself, “what am I grateful for in this moment?” The worrying came to a halt and i’m not going to lose any more sleep over what I can’t control. I put my best out there and I’m grateful for my family and the career success I’be enjoyed to-date. ☺