What is “What If?”

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Once An Ancient Mind Game

Now a Life-Changing Adventure Game for Career Professionals

Everyone plays this game more than they admit.  For some it’s mostly from a negative perspective. What if I get lost? What if it doesn’t work? What if I don’t like it? What if I fail? What if people laugh? What if, what if, …? Such negative self-talk is a game of fear that causes us to talk ourselves out of life’s opportunities Today, the Game Changers Team of Wright Cross Performance Group is pleased to announce a brand new edition of What If? Let’s Play!

ROUND #1 – “The Practice Round”

The object of the game is to use four What if? Power Questions to knock down Negativity and out of the game. Your first move is to think of a hypothetical opportunity that involves Going Someplace, Doing Something, Learning Something, Meeting Someone, Discovering Something, Acquiring Something, and/or Experiencing Something. Maybe it’s the chance to develop a new skill or have a little fun. Next, within the context of your opportunity, answer the first What If? Question (Q1) by choosing the favorable outcomes you desire from such an opportunity. Unlike Chance Cards in the game of Monopoly, all of the What IF? Outcomes are positive AND you can choose as many as you want. How cool is that?

Q1: “What if I choose to grab this opportunity – what positive outcomes will I want and expect from it?

Influence Money Knowledge Momentum Strategy
Clarity/Focus Insight Efficiency Effectiveness Plan/Goals
Motivation Peace of Mind Fun Excitement Pleasure
Strength Confidence Inspiration Self Esteem Accountability
Referrals/Leads Relationships Teammates Friendships Faith
Opportunities Solutions Improvements Direction Options
Ideas Suggestions Resources Processes Systems
Growth Decisions Resolution Relief Vision/Dream
Methods Resources Tools Techniques Skills

After answering your What If? Opportunity Question, answer each of the following What If? Consequence Questions. Your answers will reveal the solution that wins the game.

Q2: “What if these outcomes were truly possible – then why would they be important to me?”

Q3: “What if I DO NOT take advantage of my opportunity – then how will I feel?”

Q4: “What if I DO and then actually realize one or more of my expected outcomes – them how will I feel?”


ROUND #2 – “Playing for Keeps”

Practice is good, but a real opportunity is better.  In this round, repeat the four power questions with a real “What If? Opportunity such as Prepare to Win!   This half-day workshop on November 4, 2014, featuring Tom Ziglar (son of Zig Ziglar) is a live event to help you grow personally and professionally and build professional relationships.  Once again, unlike Monopoly, the What If? Outcomes are heavily stacked in your favor.  So much so that you could experience ALL of your chosen outcomes, but only if you play by the rules of the new edition of What If?  The longer you play the old negative edition, the longer you will procrastinate and miss out on the available benefits of Prepare to Win!  It’s an opportunity you can’t afford to miss.

Claim it now at:  WrightCrossPerformanceGroup.com

 

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