The first question is the one we usually ask – it is a lousy question.

The next 3 questions are increasingly better questions. Practice asking these questions and pay attention to two things:

1) How much better you feel, and

2) How the results you get are much better

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  • Jeff Herring

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    Play with this – have fun with it – in the coming week(s) and let me know how it works for you…


  • Jeff Herring

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    MaryJo – Here’s to the radical notion that you can have FUN doing what you are called to do!

    ~ Jeff

  • Jeff Herring

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    Diane – thanks so much! You know, that happens to all of us, the getting stuck part…

    Now as for that writing project – GO FOR IT!

    ~ Jeff

  • LOL! I often forget the “and enjoy myself along the way.” Even though much of the time, despite myself and a strict upbringing against laughter and fun, I do enjoy what I’m doing.

    Thanks Jeff.

  • I just wrote down these four questions to keep at my desk. I can already see how I will use these to determine the direction of a writing project I’ve been struggling with. My progress has stalled because I’ve been stuck at the first question…the result of the fearful “can’t” devil on my shoulder, as you point out.

    And thanks also for reminding us to use our creativity in a more positive way than worrying. Your observation that “Worry is creativity used in a negative way” was a great insight into the fear that stops us.

    Your words were just as inspirational–maybe even more–than others you’ve featured in the past. Awesome, Jeff!

  • Jenni Wright

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    Jeff these are GREAT QUESTIONS! Thank you. I wonder if there is a way I could use your video for a class I am meeting with tomorrow (Tuesday Adelaide time) please?


  • Jeff Herring

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    Thanks Jenni! Sure, just show it here from the blog or pull it from YouTube at

    Let me know how it goes…

    ~ Jeff

  • These are fantastic questions… I’m going to write them down too

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