Shaun McCloskeyIgot an opportunity to speak at a mastermind group this past week which consisted of close to 160 top real estate investors from around the country. In a nutshell, I had to do my very best to condense our 3-day Lifeonaire event down into about 6 hours of stage time. It was no easy feat. 🙂

One of the things I was sharing was the concept of asking a different question. Thoughts are mostly just a series of you, in your own head, asking and answering questions. Your focus is largely determined by the quality of questions you ask yourself on a daily basis.

For example, if I were to ask you to look around the room you’re in right now and find something that looks out of place, your brain will find something. By the way, your brain will find something wrong even if there’s nothing wrong at all, just to prove that it’s right.

Same goes with just about anything. If you ask,

“How can I buy a new car this year?”

…that will certainly get your brain searching for a solution to how you can get a new car this year. Change up the question a little bit though, and you get a different response.

What if you changed the question to,

How can I buy a new car this year and own it without debt?”

You will get a different answer.

Below is some feedback from a gentleman at the event who literally bought a $2 million house free and clear, all because he asked a different question. A question which, by the way, was stirred up in him when he attended a Lifeonaire event a few years ago.


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