If you could have one do-over…

Sometimes a powerful question can be just for fun.

But don’t be surprised it you learn something in the process of answering this question.

lindadeluca.net asking everyday questions for success

I’m not one to dwell on the past. I don’t ask this question to evoke regret. I ask it to find out what significant shift is possible in the future.

This is a challenging question. To select one thing from your past that you could do differently.

The obstacle to this question isn’t usually finding things you wish had been different, we all recognize the clarity of hind sight. What’s most difficult is choosing just one thing. So let’s take that off the table. Choose one of anything you would like to do over.

The idea here is to just pick something to examine in more detail. Don’t wallow, but look at the various aspects of the situation with a curious mind. Look for things you can choose to learn from and work on doing differently in the future.

You can also just have fun with this. Like wanting a do-over of that perm you got in the 8th grade!