Others have accused me of avoiding or being theoretical when asked context-specific questions. The problem is that when I answer, it comes from my context and not yours. You will be far better off and more powerful if I help you become more self-aware.

When confronted with a problem, ask powerful questions (open-ended) to get the other person thinking. Keep asking questions, until they have an ah-ha moment. Through this, you will help them build their awareness muscles. You will also help them gain clarity about their current problems.

They’ll often know where to go from there. If not, I’m sure you might have a few ideas, so try a little brainstorming with them.

You’ve got this.

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