“Over the last several years, I’ve spoken to many people about the businesses or projects they’re involved in, and many of them have the viewpoint that when you are in business you have to work out every last detail before something occurs instead of letting it go. This goes along with the way we are educated. We are taught from a very young age that we have to have all the answers. As soon as we begin to go to school, we learn to come up with the “right” answers so we can get a passing grade. But being successful in business is not about having the answers, reaching the “right” conclusions, predicting what’s going to happen or trying to make certain things occur. It’s about being the question. You can awaken your business and your life when you ask questions, trust your knowing and develop your awareness of what else is possible.” “When hiring staff, ask “Truth, will this person make me money?” and you will immediately perceive an energetic response. The energy will feel heavier or lighter. If it feels heavy, it’s usually a lie. If it feels light, it’s usually true. Use this tool when you’re asking questions and making choices about your business. If you follow the energy, you’ll know what to do. If you don’t ask questions and you’re not open to being aware, you may go into your head and start thinking. You may try to create an outcome before anything has even occurred. It’s like trying to figure out how something will work before you have given it a chance to show you the possibilities. You, as an infinite being know everything. There’s nothing you don’t know. Come out of functioning from what I call the head-tripping of business; instead use questions, follow the energy and function from your awareness and your knowing. You’ll have way more fun and may even end up being joyful in business!” ~ Simone Milasas, Joy of Business book. How many times have you followed someone else’s answers and then wished you had chosen something different? If in doubt, ask a question. If you need to make a choice, ask a question. If you’d like to create something different, ask a question. If you have no idea how to run your business, ask a question! And choose whatever feels light!