The advice most experts give is that if you work hard for long hours then you will make a certain amount of money. What if this is not the only way to do it? What if there was a more fun and easier way to make even more money?
Asking questions opens you up to more ideas and different possibilities. When you ask a question and answer it, you have one idea and one possibility. When you leave the question open-ended and are really curious about a solution, you open up your mind allow yourself to become aware of unlimited ideas.
Here are 5 questions you can ask to open up your creativity and ideas to money flows.
Gary Douglas, the founder of Access tells a story about a woman who found a penny on the side of the street and she asked 'how does it get better than this?' Later, she found $50! She asked the question again. That evening when she was getting out of the cab, she found a shiny object on the ground, it was a diamond bracelet in the gutter. She was so taken by the whole experience that and she thought it couldn't possibly get any better. Well, it didn't. When you ask this question and if you have no point of view about what the outcome will be, you allow yourself to open up to everything the Universe can gift to you.
Make a list of all the things you love to do and are easy for you. Maybe it's gardening, making phone calls, painting your nails, reading, etc. Make a long list. Then ask, ‘what would it take to make money from these?’
People generally hold onto money so they have it. If you are clutching every last dollar, how can you receive more? You can't! Your hand is shut! Where can you spend money today to create more money?
It may be directly, such as an investment. It may be something like buying a dress. Don't shut off to how things can make you money, you'd be surprised!
These questions have worked for thousands of people, you can figure out if these will work for you. Use what is true for you. Perhaps you thrive off creativity, fun and challenges. If so, these questions are certainly for you. Perhaps you like order and the comfort of things to keep being the way they always have been. If you do, that is fine too.
Would you be willing to ask these questions and see what shows up?