What’s Your Most Burning Question?

What are your most burning questions?

I’ve been wanting to do something like this for a while.  I love answering questions and providing feedback in ways that help others.

Please submit your questions in the comments below or use my contact form and I’ll do my best to answer them.

Here are 3 criteria to consider:

1. The question must be specific and clear. If you ask a foggy question you’ll get a foggy answer.  Try and be as specific as possible.

2. Ask a question that is related to personal growth or at least a topic that I blog about (ie. mind power, law of attraction, goal setting, etc.)  If you ask me something about investing, I most likely won’t give you an answer because that’s not my area of specialty.

Ask your financial advisor.  That’s what I do :)

3. Focus on your challenges or some of your biggest problems.  That’s where the meat and potatoes are.  If you have a big problem that hasn’t been solved, maybe I can help.  I may not have solved it myself, but I may know someone who has.

Other than that, ask away!

Curious Steve

The article is now posted here: Overcoming Resistance to Change, Eliminating Negative Emotions, Creating Focus and the Law of Attraction


  • Dave Witwicki

    Reply Reply July 29, 2009

    Question: What do you do when you sense a “resistance” to your manifesting but can’t seem to pinpoint exactly what it is?

    I’ve been slowly working towards changing my life for the better and lately I’ve been making good progress but I feel there’s some deeply-held belief that is holding me back. I do have some idea what it might be but, try as I might, I can’t seem to uncover it completely so I can deal with it.

  • Margaret Smith

    Reply Reply July 30, 2009

    I’m at a different stage in my life than many of your readers/listeners. My husband and I are retired and getting more involved in volunteer activities.

    My problem: many volunteer opportunities seem to involve a lot of “wheel-spinning”. Areas that need volunteers (education, for instance) are often ones which aren’t working well. But volunteers are expected to just help shore up the existing system. What seems to be needed is systemic change.

    How do I, and others, become change agents in a way that makes sense and doesn’t threated those operating within the systems so much that we are shut out?

  • Belle

    Reply Reply August 2, 2009


    I am an educator with over 22 years of experience. I have been ready to make a shift to teaching dance as a means to acquire fitness and wellness. I am very good at it!
    My problem is, I feel stuck – a teaching job pays more right now but it does not bring me the joy I experience when I do my dance fitness program.

    How do I make my career change? I have been learning about personal growth, visualization, law of attraction and prosperity and goal setting. I just don’t know how to go from where I am to my dream profession…

  • Ann Marie Dennis

    Reply Reply August 4, 2009

    Hi Steve,

    love your blog, it looks very open and welcoming. My question for the day is, how do you best remain happy, relaxed, focused, in tune and without fear? How do you believe in your dreams enough to make them real?


  • Adriana

    Reply Reply June 4, 2010

    I’m new to the law of attraction and trying to find a good book that would get me started. I understand the concept and some of what is involved but I would like a more “how to” book on the basic principles. I don’t like a lot of what happened to others or going around in circles, just get to the point type of book. Would you even consider writing a book like that? There are so many that it is overwhelming. Some people recommend The Secret, others the Law of attraction, by Esther Hicks, also the law of attraction by Michael Lousier. Thanks I enjoy your blog tremendously.

  • Steve

    Reply Reply June 5, 2010

    Hey Adriana,

    I’m definitely going to write a book, I just haven’t created the title just yet…. in the meantime the best resource that I have on the Law of Attraction is right here: 7 Principles in the Science of Getting Rich

  • Bjorn Eilertsen

    Reply Reply June 6, 2012

    Hi, I just accidentally came to your website, and I really like it.

    You are talking about setting goals and at the same time you are refering to Stuart Lichtman and his Cybernetic Transposition Process. I can’t find an answer to the following question in his work, nor can I find an answer on your website:

    Can you set multiple targets (for example new house, new job and an increase in salary) all at the same time and thus have to “prioritize” (as Stuart calls it) all these targets simultaneously?

    Anyway, I can imagine that for a beginner to set goals, it would be better to set and prioritize only one target at a time?

    Best regards,
    Bjorn Eilertsen

  • Steve

    Reply Reply June 6, 2012

    Hey Bjorn – I would agree…. one goal at a time so that you build your conifdence and belief in the goal setting process… very key.

    Although I don’t use Stuart Lichtman’s process for setting goals anymore (I now have created my own)… I would say you want to make sure first and foremost that you are “aligned” with the goals you set…

    As an example, sometimes we set goals that are incongruent with other parts of ourselves… for example you might want to live in your dream home, but your wife is happy where you are and doesn’t want to move into a new home… that would create an incongruency that stiffles the speed at which you attain the goal… if at all… you must be complete aligned with the goal…

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