Reframing the Question

How often do you ask someone, how was your day? and get the answer which is a litany of complaints or dissatisfaction?. If you are me, you not only hear it from others, you say it yourself. In a discussion with a friend, I thought what would it be like if you asked, “What was awesome about your day?” think about the empowerment you could create through one question. There is a movie I love that shows the family at a kitchen table talking about the High/Low of their day. What a great way to talk instead of “What did you learn in school today?” or “How was your day?” Let’s all be mindful and remember,  What you do, say, and think matters. Make sure what you do moves things forward, not backward.

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