What’s Better Than Positive Affirmations?

What could be more powerful than positive affirmations?

Daily affirmations for women are a great way of staying positive but there’s something even better..

Much better.

Our brain is wired to answer questions – ask better questions and you get more productive answers.

Ones that can really get you rockin’ and rollin’ toward your goal.

Watch this quick video to discover how to ask yourself the kind of questions that will jumpstart your day, then leave me a comment in the section below and tell me what you came up with that is better than your current positive, daily affirmations!

Be bold!


I coach strong, ambitious, high-performing, professional women who don't like to ask for help and don't have time for a coach! They tend to be independent, power-house women who take care of everyone and everything, often feeling like they're right on the edge of drowning...and no one can tell. Everyone just assumes they have it all together.

Because I see their situation from outside of it, and respect the enormity of what they are handling, I can coach them past their own limits and perspective. They feel less alone, make self-care a priority, and start to feel like themselves again so they can live, love, and lead with passion!

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Ann is an Executive Coach who works with strong, ambitious, high-performing, independent, professional women who don't like to ask for help.

They are self-starters in corporate America, entrepreneurship, non-profits, small business, or the military who want to further develop their leadership potential so they can advance with confidence and class, while earning what they are worth.

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8 thoughts on “What’s Better Than Positive Affirmations?

    • Yay, Marian – it’s easy to ignore statements since there is no requirement to respond. It’s much harder to ignore a question since it’s “unfinished business” to our brains. Let me know how it goes! – Ann

  1. Thank you so much Ann. This tip will cause me to have to start my day business minded. My first question for tomorrow is, “How can I best serve someone today”.

    • Hi Cheryl,
      That is an AWESOME question! Thanks so much for sharing it here, I’m sure lots of people (myself included) will be adding it to their repertoire. Rock your day! – Ann
      P.S. Love that you started with “How can I best…” too – bravo!

  2. God Ann, you are fantastic! I want more! When are you going to do more podcasts? I really found all of them fantastic and hope you are producing more. Out of all of the “self help” podcasts out there, so many are so disappointing. However, you offer excellent solution to real problems and that is what I need. You have a fan. Keep up the excellent work!