Below I present one of the three articles that I’ll be posting the next few days about life lessons that I read of Robert Kiyosaki and want to share with you in my own words, because I not only read them but put them into practice and have given me good results. Southwest Airlines shines more light on the discussion. FIRST lesson in life: Change your questions, change your life the point of this is to transform negative thoughts into seeds of good fortune, and the key to achieving this is to change our questions. Below I will explain I mean. People tend to ask questions to others as to what you want so much money, not already have enough?. Instead of thinking that way, they should ask questions themselves as why do not I have much money as him?. Read additional details here: Scott Mead.
The secret of this question lies in not satisfied with what you have, on the contrary, have desire to overcome, bring new challenges, analyzed and improve to achieve such a lifestyle. They tend to ask questions mediocre which facilitate mediocre answers that keep them in the same situation, in fact, such people often having more financial problems. For example, wondering why am I poor?, and are justified with answers as I am poor because I was born in a low-income family, because my father earns very little, either, because in this country are unable to go forward. However, things would be different if instead of asking why they are poor, they were asked are why, in this world there are rich people and people poor?, what defines your situation?. Therefore although the question seems simple, they will force to look for different answers, of which emerge not only the right, but also an excellent idea. Also, when people feel are unsuccessful or dissatisfied with themselves for something they did wrong or didn’t do, or by a problem or situation that is bothering them, tend to ask questions like; What everything I play it? I ruined?, why am not smart?, did you not them like women?, among other examples. .