Stephan Iscoe, author The 5 Question Path To Your Ultimate Life

Aging is an extraordinary process where you become the person you always should have been.

David Bowie

QUESTION 1 – WHAT do you really want?

Clarity leads to power and power gives you the ability to do or act.

The number one reason most people don't get what they want is because they don't know what they want.

So what do you really want? What do you want in each area of your life? It's best to pick one area of your life to focus on as a starting point.

The first key word here is “YOU” – what's right for you? Not necessarily what your parents wanted or what your family or friends want for you, and not necessarily what society and the media tells you you should want, but what do you really want your life to be like in your heart and in your soul?

Everyone is unique…

For example, in the area of money, not everyone is cut out to be a billionaire or even a multi-millionaire.

You may or may not want to be one. In the area of lifestyle, not everyone wants to travel the world – some people just enjoy consistency and staying put enjoying their friends and family.

The second key part to this question is to really come from what you want TODAY – based on who you are at this particular stage of your life. Not necessarily what you wanted 20 or 10 or 5 or even 1 year ago.

Remember, everything is energy. All energy travels in frequencies and vibrations and all energy is in a constant state of change. Therefore, life is in a constant state of change and you are in a constant state of change.

So what you want today may not be what was right for you in the past. There's a good chance your new dreams may be different than your old ones.

This is a perfect time to re-evaluate who you are today and what you want today.

Either way, it's important you are as specific as possible in describing your wants.

So here are some examples:

The 5 Question Path To Your Ultimate Life

For money, maybe what you want is to earn $150,000/year net income from your business or job.

For health maybe you want to lose 15 pounds.

For relationships, maybe you want to spend more time playing with your kids.

So what do you really want?

Again, be specific.

Ambiguous wants create ambiguous actions and ambiguous results.

Specific wants create specific actions and specific results.

After you finish figuring out what you really want, let's move on to the next question.

Click here for QUESTION 2 – WHY do you want this?

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