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7 Questions to get everything you’ve ever wanted

  1. What do you want?
  2. Why do you want it?
  3. Why don’t you already have it?
  4. What problem do you want to solve?
  5. How many people do you want to solve it for?
  6. What do you want in return?
  7. When will you accomplish this by?

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  1. Neil - April 24, 2017 at 5:22 pm Reply

    A very interesting set of important questions for anyone wanting success in any area of their life and accomplishing their goals. 🙂

    I think the most important question I should be asking myself is “Why don’t I already have it?” because I work hard at what I do, but sometimes it feels like it’s not enough and there’s something missing.

    Thanks for the inspiration, and will definitely bare all 7 questions in mind.

    Neil

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 5:31 pm Reply

      Niel so happy you got value from these. #3 is the question that T Harv Eker shared with me that completley transformed my life. It’s because of our nonsupportive beliefs create excuses and fears. We must conquer these fears by realizing their creatation is in our beliefs and they are neither true or false. Stay blessed thanks for watching.

  2. Johnny Bright - April 24, 2017 at 6:45 pm Reply

    Wow My man, that was really Good! All of these questions are extremely important to mapping out my life and identifying my blueprint. It’s important because it allows me to really dig deep and ask myself these life changing questions. Self-awareness is the name of the game. A lot of times we lie to ourselves just to make ourselves feel good for the moment but at the end of the day, we aren’t exactly 100% happy about who we are and what we’ve accomplished. Excuses are for looser. Execution is the name of the game. If You execute, you’ll win!

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 7:05 pm Reply

      Johnny You the Man. Really super impressed with your growth i look forward to using the runners app and all of our future business dealings. Stay blessed bro.

  3. Anita - April 24, 2017 at 7:57 pm Reply

    I have to say, those were some very profound questions! At first I was looking at it from the wrong perspective. Then I remembered a conversation I had with a coworker disgruntled over life. The one question I kept asking is what do you want? I wish I would have had your follow up questions that questions why she wants it and why she doesn’t already have it. These are great questions that can be applied to finances, relationships, careers, I am even going to incorporate these questions in our next board meeting! The next to last quest says what do you want in return, I plan to phrase it as what are you willing to give up to get it! I hope you expand your discussion on each one of the questions, I would love to come back and check those out!

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 7:57 pm Reply

      😊 thank you so much Anita you brought up some great points im very happy you are able to get value from them let me know how they go over in your next board meeting. I will defiently be following up with these and similar content. Today I started my personal daily vlog stay tuned for tomorrow’s follow up.

  4. VHayes2 - April 24, 2017 at 10:34 pm Reply

    I really enjoyed this post. It was very encouraging. One thing I would like to know….. What do you say to the people who answer the question “Why do I want it?” with “I don’t know! I just want it. It is something I have always wanted. But here is the thing. Sometimes those people are never happy when they get what they want. For example: My husband is on the lifted truck kick. He has had many trucks. His answer to why he wants it is the answer I gave at the top. But he is never really happy when he gets it. There is always something newer or more lifted or something. What he has is never good enough for him. So I really need to know how to get him to learn to be happy with what he has.

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 11:23 pm Reply

      Because what he wants is not the truck. It’s the feeling he beliefs the new truck will give him but a truck cant give him that feeling. Understanding its the feeling that he thinks the truck will give him, is to understand the why he wants the truck in the first place and what he actually wants instead. It’s not really a truck he’s after thats why its not fulfilling. Getting clearer on what is wanted is first. If you really want something you will have a strong reason behind it. Thanks so much for sharing love it

  5. Eric - April 24, 2017 at 10:53 pm Reply

    Hi Brian, these questions are so important. I think most people ask themselves some of the questions, but if we contemplate all of them, it really covers everything we want out of life. And even more important, how it will affect others. So, in essence, yes, we want money and freedom to live the life we want, but how will that make others around us who we love and care about, have a better life also. Great way to think about it! Good stuff!

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 11:24 pm Reply

      thank you Eric great reflection thanks for sharing very thoughtful. come back again soon lets do some business together.

  6. Sean Contreras - April 24, 2017 at 11:06 pm Reply

    Very interesting. I’m going to be asking myself these questions all the time now lol. It seems to make total sense. But don’t you think it’s possible that I will feel bad or discouraged if I ask myself “When will I accomplish this by?” and then don’t actually accomplish the goal by then?

    • Brian Klock - April 24, 2017 at 11:37 pm Reply

      Thanks jose thats the point Use that feeling as a motivator to take action so you will accomplish it. Don’t sit around worrying you arent gunna hit your goals spend your time working on your goals and it will happen.

  7. Shane - April 26, 2017 at 2:41 am Reply

    Send me info I’m interested

  8. Christina Spohr - June 29, 2017 at 6:52 am Reply

    That was a fun video to watch thanks for elaborating on the 7 questions in the video. I would have to say those are some awesome questions to ask yourself. It definitely makes me think about my answers to those questions. Thanks for sharing them. p.s I liked the music in the background of the video 🙂

  9. Mallory - June 29, 2017 at 12:17 pm Reply

    I really like this concept! I am saving it to my favorites page. I have found myself worrying about things in the past and then I go back and ask myself, “Why is this so important to me?” and 9 times out of 10 I have no good reason! Asking myself these questions before I start something new will really make sure that I am focused and ready to begin a new project. I’m a healthy lifestyle coach and I think sharing these questions with people i talk to on a daily basis will be very beneficial! Thank you!

  10. Rosa - June 29, 2017 at 8:48 pm Reply

    Hi Brian,

    These are interesting questions to ask ourselves. I would probably ask myself the first three questions and just focus on these to work towards accomplishing my goals. And I know it requires a lot of work on my part to accomplish what I want without slowing down. People that are wanting to make a change just need to ask themselves these questions and make the decision of what they want.

    Overall, these are all good questions and inspiring… gives us thought to think about.

    Thank you.

  11. Advent Voice - June 30, 2017 at 12:24 am Reply

    Freedom Creator…
    Oh yes we could be friends. You must spend a lot of time like I do surfing the landscape and looking for those bright stars of people that are looking for more in there lives.
    Yes, these are the sites and books I read from my childhood that made motivational speaking what it is.
    I would love to be in a room full of people again and teaching them to dream big.
    Thank you for your work!

  12. jerry-prerichbillionaire - June 30, 2017 at 7:26 pm Reply

    Hi Brian,

    I think that you’re right in that you’ve got to have to reasons first before you can get the questions. and i think most people don’t tend to really drill down as to why they want what they want. when they do that they can begin to get spurred on even more by the reasons, in other to get more inspiration towards achieving their goals!

    but yes, first and foremost is clarity – what do you want!

    solid and concise post!

    jerry

  13. Cut - June 30, 2017 at 10:05 pm Reply

    Great Video Brian! I agree with all the questions that you should ask yourself. I have found myself in this position where I would be very busy and at the end of the day unfilled because i truly wasn’t working toward what I really wanted in life. This post is a great reminder to stay on track!

  14. Paul - July 1, 2017 at 11:16 am Reply

    Hi
    This a great article for anyone and everyone.So relevant to anyone who has an online business. I don’t know any of the guys except for thai with his annoying Youtube adds, but they are all obviously doing the do. nothing better than to hear from those who have already done it. Modelling is a marvellous thing, and I have learnt heaps from them all.
    Thanks so much
    Paul

  15. Max - July 1, 2017 at 4:08 pm Reply

    Interesting

    I can answer the 7 qs in this fashion

    I want to have financial stability and good health

    Question is not why you want it but who doesn’t want that.

    I do not have that yet because I have yet to find my calling in life.

    Problem I want to solve is the inability to do what I want when I want and being able to afford doing so.

    I must focus on myself before I can worry about others wouldn’t you agree.

    I want to be successful after putting in hard work to build my brand and I plan on being at this place in life this time next year.

  16. Helen - July 1, 2017 at 8:46 pm Reply

    Hey Brain. What a great set of questions.

    I feel like so many people out there don’t live out their dreams or don’t see their potential. It’s absolutely absurd! Everyone has so many unique aspects/qualities/experiences/skills to offer the world if they could just REALIZE. I mean I totally understand that though. I still get that way sometimes. Sometimes it’s way easier to be kind and supportive to other people than it is to be those things to yourself.
    Asking questions like this is a great way to get out of that negative self talk cycle and start lifting yourself up. Seriously consider yourself! It’s in that transition that dreams become a reality. It all starts with ‘what?’ and ‘why?’ and then turns into ‘how?’

    Thanks for the thought provoking list.

    xx

    Helen

  17. amd - July 2, 2017 at 9:22 am Reply

    What a fun website! I could spend a lot of time here, which would mean other people would to. Lots of links and interesting information. Love to see the incorporation of stress relief articles. Found it a bit hard to click on and stay on your pages it kept jumping back. Is this a person who developed this website? I could not find a relation to one person, more like a group of people.

  18. Mei Scarlet - July 2, 2017 at 5:12 pm Reply

    I know it sounds really bad, and maybe unethical for me to have this desire….. but what I really want is – money!

    I don’t want it to sound selfish. I think if I had money to support myself and the lifestyle I’d like to live, I think, and I’d hope that I would still be generous with my money and willing to help others in need. But, yea – I want money. And I think the reason I don’t have it, is because I’ve never given my dreams enough “drive” to see them through to accomplishment. I’m too quick to give up.

    But I want to help people, and I really think having money would let me do a great deal of good. 🙂

  19. Alejandra - July 3, 2017 at 1:11 am Reply

    A different kind of post, but with big impact!

    Right to the point, and took me to a moment to think, yea that’s it.
    Good set of questions to work on them for a moment to get to know why I haven’t get something I ever wanted.

    I will add another question, what do I need to do to accomplish it?
    Make a plan to work on it.
    Thanks for sharing, now I will go to read another post on your site!!

  20. Israel - July 3, 2017 at 7:06 am Reply

    Hey Brian!

    This is so spot on! When you realize how you want to help people and set some goals for yourself, then it’s when you start doing something meaninful with your life.

    I’m always thinking about that, but usually I have so many ideas in my mind, I never really accomplish any of them, so I guess I really need to ask these questions to myself again and focus on just one thing.

    Thanks for the advice!

  21. Mark - July 3, 2017 at 11:32 am Reply

    Hi,

    I found this post pretty motivating. I find myself always questioning myself on #3 if I am working hard enough. But then I think back to #2 and the drives me to keep going. I find #7 can make me really impatient, when I know I am on a journey that will take some time. Do you find it ever makes you rush when you need a calm approach?

  22. Shaun - July 3, 2017 at 3:58 pm Reply

    The Seven Q’s looks like a great start to the goal setting process. A must to get where you want to go. I have always asked myself how much money would make me happy? The answer has come down to, More than I currently have! I like this site because it provides opportunities to generate cash flow besides earned income. A nice site that increases your financial education.

  23. Jackie - July 4, 2017 at 3:37 am Reply

    Hey Brain,

    I really liked your post. Having recently left a company where I was the main service dog trainer and wanting to start my own company your seven questions really resonated with me. The question “Why don’t I already have it?” made me realize that I need to shed my self-doubt and have confidence in the excellence of my abilities and just go for it.

  24. Bradley Boschma - July 4, 2017 at 4:09 am Reply

    Hey Brian, I just want to know… have you sent that hundred dollars to anyone who gave Wealthy Affiliate a month and it didn’t work. i won’t even ask you for the hundred bucks because Wealthy Affiliate is working for me. Now send me a hundred comments.

    Good luck with your business man!
    Brad

  25. BobbyCorno - July 4, 2017 at 4:29 am Reply

    So. ‘7 questions to get everything you ever wanted’ was a good, short, clear, and motivational video, using the 7 questions to help seekers after success to understand their motivations for wanting that success. To paraphrase, ‘if you don’t know where you’re going, how will you know if you’ve arrived?’ Thanks for the clarity!

  26. Jaron - July 4, 2017 at 5:14 pm Reply

    Wow Brian, this is absolutely my kind of video/site and it’s now in my bookmarks. In between showing a friend “The Secret” last week and running into this post today, you’re absolutely right about getting what you focus on..

    My comments on ALL 7 can turn into a full article so I’ll try and be brief. In regard to question 2, back then when I was in network marketing the common question was “what is your why?” I really never took it serious until late 2016 when I realized I wanted to drastically change the world and help people through music and blogging.

    Those 2 reasons alone are enough to get me up at 430a each morning because I you’re not just waking up for just a 9-5 job anymore. Once I honed in on what my “REAL WHY” was, the “how” became so much easier.

    I also feel like the 7th is SOOO POWERFUL! W. Clement Stone set a specific date on when he wanted it and how much… He achieved it in I believe half the time and made 10 times the money he originally went for. -TGR but I’m paraphrasing.

    I have TONS more to say, but I will stop there. THANK YOU for this video man!

  27. Paul - July 4, 2017 at 7:39 pm Reply

    One point that I particularly appreciate is that someone should ask themselves what specific problem that they’re solving.
    Who doesn’t want to make more money, right? The way to do that is by offering something that is worth that money. If you have nothing to offer, they why should you get rich?
    If someone doesn’t have something to offer, then their best first step would be to develop themselves.
    Would you agree?

  28. Mike Jay - July 4, 2017 at 11:10 pm Reply

    Brian,

    Asking ourselves these 7Qs are what enables us to visualize our thoughts. What we imprint into our mind is what guides us.

    The thing we have to be careful with is limiting ourselves to a certain number because many times we can do much better than we think.

    I wish you all the best!

    Mike Jay

  29. Kevin - July 5, 2017 at 2:09 am Reply

    I read an article on your site about how to reach your goals faster and I was impressed. I like your content as it is right up my alley. I liked the way you used the lessons of those who have gone before and achieved a level of success as your examples. I could see myself using this site to mentor myself in my advancement.

  30. Jen - July 5, 2017 at 2:18 pm Reply

    Hi Brian – Those are some good questions to ponder to help you feel successful in life. The first 2 are the most important in my opinion – what do you want and why do you want it. You need to understand what you really want out of life and then also why you want it in order to really go out and get it.

    The other questions will help you create an action plan to get what you want. I think everyone should think about these things every so often to understand if they are getting everything they want out of life. Thanks for sharing!

  31. Jason - July 5, 2017 at 3:54 pm Reply

    When I was in college, I had been thinking about doing anything that could make me feel safe and later found to be economically free. Yes, I wanted to be rich and do not have to worry about going to work every day. But I only know that I want this, and no practical plan, perhaps my idea is not clear enough. These seven questions gave me an important inspiration:you have to answer the right question before doing the right thing. I think I am no longer confused, determined to act according to my goals.

  32. brad - January 3, 2018 at 12:25 pm Reply

    Thanks for this great post. I’m very partial to the approach that all things in your life start with you and your ideas and philosophy. All things in the world begin with an idea and good business is no different. Verbalizing our goals by asking ourselves questions is a great way to make sure that you have focus and stay on course. Thanks again.

  33. meherbani - January 4, 2018 at 12:01 am Reply

    The questions you pose are lovely and create many thought-provoking ideas. There are essential videos that I enjoyed watching, too and will bookmark, so I will be able to come back and watch some more, later. A great looking site with awesome information! What do you suppose folks in their retirement age can look forward to as far as gainful employment working for themselves?

    • Brian Klock - January 10, 2018 at 6:29 am Reply

      I suggest everyone look for how to solve problems and create profits. I do not think wages best serve people. Profits are better than wages 🙂 anyone can create profits especially people who are older in age and have lots of experience. Its just a matter of realize what problem we are passionate about solving.

  34. Shelli Thomas - January 4, 2018 at 5:59 pm Reply

    What a well put together article, with some very wonderful, souls searching questions to address in our own lives! My husband and I have often asked some very similar questions, as we’ve journeyed through life, trying to get ahead here and there. I will have him visit this site and we will both glean from your wealth of knowledge. Thank you so much for taking all of your time and effort to share this valuable information with all of us!

  35. Shelli Thomas - January 4, 2018 at 5:59 pm Reply

    What a well put together article, with some very wonderful, souls searching questions to address in our own lives! My husband and I have often asked some very similar questions, as we’ve journeyed through life, trying to get ahead here and there. I will have him visit this site and we will both glean from your wealth of knowledge. Thank you so much for taking all of your time and effort to share this valuable information with all of us!

  36. Dave - May 8, 2018 at 7:34 am Reply

    Hey there Clock,

    I have been having this issue of trying to break down my life to what exactly I want I to be like and I have to admit that after reading the questions, things started falling into perspective for me.

    They like start to help you narrow down to the things you really want in your life and the right sure path to achieving them.

    I like the way your post is super short, sweet and to the point. Thanks a lot man.

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