7 Power Questions to Start Your Day

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“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” – Voltaire

Tony Robbins uses his physiology to create powerful results.

He’s trained himself to use his emotions as a source of power in everything he does.

You can do the same.

By asking yourself the right questions, you can change your focus.  And by focusing on “feeling your feelings”, you can teach yourself to summon your most powerful emotions to support you from the start of the day and throughout your day (you’ll be able to “remember the feeling.”)

This is a simple way to practice emotional mastery while you practice your attitude of gratitude.

In the book, Awaken the Giant Within:  How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny, Tony Robbins shares power questions you can use in the morning to start your day off strong with more passion, power, and purpose.

Quality Questions Create a Quality Life

Via Awaken the Giant Within:

“Our live experience is based on what we focus on.  The following questions are designed to cause you to experience more happiness, excitement, pride, gratitude, joy, commitment, and love every day of your life.  Remember, quality questions create a quality life.”

Here are the morning power questions according to Tony Robbins in Awaken the Giant Within:

1. What am I happy about in my life now?

What about that makes me happy?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not so happy right now, then what *could* make you happy?  How would that make you feel?

2. What am I excited about in my life now?

What about that makes me excited?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not so excited about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you excited?  How would that make you feel?

3. What am I proud about in my life now?

What about that makes me proud?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not so proud about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you proud?  How would that make you feel?

4. What am I grateful about in my life now?

What about that makes me grateful?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not so grateful about anything in your life right now, what *could* make you grateful? How would that make you feel?

5. What am I enjoying in my life right now?

What about that do I enjoy?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not enjoying anything in your life right now, what *could* you enjoy?  How would that make you feel?

6. What am I committed to in my life right now?

What about that makes me committed?

How does that make me feel?

If you’re not so committed to anything in your life right now, what *could* you be committed to? How would that make you feel?

7. Who do I love? Who loves me?

What about that makes me loving?

How does that make me feel?

If you don’t love anyone in your life right now, who *could* you love? How would that make you feel?

Obviously, you’ll get out of it what you put into it.

If you’re not feeling your feelings, you’re doing it wrong.

If you’re not able to summon your emotions, you’ll improve with practice if you really get mindful while you do it and actually step into the practice of mastering your emotions.  Pay attention to what works, what doesn’t, and what you learn from the process.

Keep in mind that thoughts shape your emotions, and emotions shape your thoughts, and by changing your questions, you change your thoughts, and you change your feelings.

It’s a simple idea, but it’s powerful results, and you can practice your emotional intelligence on a daily basis.

I’m already excited by just how much you can change your level happiness, excitement, pride, gratitude, joy, commitment, and love every day of your life.

And I hope you love what you’re capable of.

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