Have you been asking questions but things don't seem to be changing in the way you'd hoped? What sort of questions are you asking? Do they sound like this “What's it going to take for my red BMW sportscar/a young, blond, sexy date to show up?” or “What's it going to take for me to get a job where people recognize my worth?” Are these really questions? Or are they conclusions with question marks attached? In other words, you've decided what you want (red BMW sportscar/young, blond, sexy date) and that without a particular job you have no worth. So if you're not getting the change you'd truly like, check your questions. Ask “Is this a question or a statement with a question mark attached?” Then ask a question.
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