“Why does my gamer rage and yell at me when I ask him to do his chores?”
Every day I see parents asking this question out of fear, out of anger at their child’s behavior and out of desperation to “fix” this problem.
The answer to this question actually involves a series of questions that will help us get to the root of the problem so that we may begin work where our efforts will actually bring the desired results we are hoping for.
I’m going to show you a proven strategy that will help you get to the root of this problem. After you have read this blog post, you will have an understanding of how to apply this powerful technique to solving almost every obstacle or problem in your life including the burning question that was posed at the beginning of the post.
In the 1930’s, Sakichi Toyoda, a Japanese industrialist, inventor, and founder of Toyota Industries developed a technique called the 5 WHY’s to help solve problems by discovering...
Take a minute and think about the big things you want to accomplish in your life. Close your eyes and imagine what it would feel like as you experience whatever it is that you are dreaming about. Is your partner taking a picture of you standing in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza? Maybe your catching up on your emails while you’re behind the wheel of your self-driving Tesla? Maybe you want to be the next hockey sensation, or you simply want to find and fall in love with your soul mate?
We all have these dreams; these aspirations that we want to accomplish during our lifetime but for many of us, the dream simply seems to big to be achievable. We have no idea how we’re going to accomplish these momentous goals so rather than trying to figure out how we will accomplish them, we create this narrative in our head that we have too many “important” things to do and don’t have “time” for chasing these fantasies.