These questions are particularly for helping and healing professionals who are growing their own businesses. If that’s not you, you can skip this section (or you can play with the questions for fun!).

Grab your journal and a pen. Settle your body. When you’re ready, write down what arises in response to the following questions:

Who is Already Calling on You for Support:[1]

  1. What kinds of people do you naturally seem to draw to you?
  2. Who keeps showing up for support?
  3. What type of support do they ask you for?
  4. What are their biggest problems (their Point A or starting point when they first come to you)?
  5. What are they longing for (the Point B or the changes they want to achieve)?
  6. What words do they frequently use to describe what they’re looking for?
  7. How does your body feel in response to the various requests?
  8. Generally speaking, who do you seem to be best at helping? Where do you shine?
  9. Who do you have the most fun working with? Why are they fun?

Who You Feel Called to Support:

  1. What kinds of people do you have a special place in your heart for?
  2. Who do you want to take a stand for in the next phase of your work-life?
  3. If you had your way, you’d only work with…
  4. Who do you feel most deeply called to serve?
  5. Why are they important to you?
  6. If they could wave a magic wand and fulfill one wish, what would that be?
  7. What would they want to be different as a result of working with you? What would you want to be different for them?

How You Feel Called to Support:

  1. How do you feel called to serve the people above?
  2. What specific changes do you feel called to help create in the world?
  3. How might your work make a concrete difference in peoples’ lives?
  4. Which problems do you feel most called to help solve?
  5. What do you want to be known for?

[1] If you are a coach, consultant, therapist, bodyworker, or other self-employed person who uses intake forms, you have a powerful resource at your disposal with which to answer these questions. I invite you to identify your favorite clients, read their intake forms, and make notes about the language they use to discuss their challenges and desired solutions.


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