change the question & Get unstuck
The Key To A Purpose-Driven Culture That Works Better
We have so many questions every day, most of them unproductive. We find ourselves lost in doubt and distractions instead of being focused. We wonder if we are doing it right rather than being on purpose. We are confused about how to take better care of ourselves and our relationship with ourselves affects our ability to be better leaders.
The Right Why™ is a change in mindset based on how our self-talk affects our focus, experience, energy and outcome. Our unconscious mind is constantly working for us… or against us, depending on what job we give it. The way we ask questions affects what we focus on, what is not working, or how to find a solution.
Asking better questions we can lead ourselves and our people better by unlocking the answers to our human performance, potential, health and happiness, -and create a culture of curiosity and care, that is purpose driven, diverse and inclusive.
find purpose & focus at work
We spend so much time focusing on what is not working rather than what we want. The average mind has 50,000 thoughts per day, 90% are repeats from yesterday and 70% of our thinking is focusing on what is not working. 51% are not engaged at work and 16% are actively not engaged. Studies show we are wasting up to 50% of our time every day, not being present. If you then consider that our habits are 95% automatic and mindless, you can see why training our mindset to focus on purpose is essential.
Our challenge to perform at our best, boost productivity and engagement is not about having time, is it about how we spend our time. In a purpose-driven interactive experience I show my audience how to pay attention to what matters and get unstuck.
Change from being the inner critic to your own inner coach.
To work better, it is not about pushing harder, it is about knowing what we need so we can be our best self at work. We can train our mindset to find solutions, be innovative and more engaged by using tools from hypnotherapy and mindfulness. When we are working against ourselves we feel broken and we get overwhelmed by stress and anxiety. We can end up depressed and feeling hopeless. When we bring self-care with us to work, train our self-connection, awareness, responsibility and expression we also support ourselves to work better. Asking better questions, we train our mind to “think forward” and we make our self-talk work for us, rather than against us.
Diversity and inclusion
We all have different needs at work. We all have different challenges. Asking the Right Why™ helps leaders be coaches and create a culture that supports everyone in taking better care of their human needs to work. When we have a culture, where our human needs matter, where we feel heard and seen, where our individuality is respected, we can move into a culture that is based on trust and belonging, a culture of C.A.R.E. where everyone works better.