Judy Sabah

My Passion/Purpose

Judy Sabah, MCC

Questionologist and Self Leadership Coach

As long as I can remember, I’ve been passionately curious about everything. As a child I loved walking at night, looking in people’s windows when the shades were up. It was incredibly interesting to see how people decorated and what the inside of their homes looked like. As I focused on getting my curiosity satisfied, I had more and more fun! My curiosity has continued to increase. Since becoming a coach 30 years ago, my curiosity, questioning, and listening skills have become an obsession and brought me so much joy and adventure. I find that through asking questions, I understand people better, I understand what is being communicated more clearly, and as a result, I can make more effective decisions for myself.

Judy Sabah

Services I Offer

Coaching

The Coaching Culture I subscribe to is one of acceptance, authenticity, and curiosity. I accept you as you are right now, knowing you are perfect, whole and complete. There is nothing about you that needs fixing.  Now, if you are reading this, there may be some things you’d like to change.

The Questions You're Not Asking

When asking questions we are less apt to make assumptions. Listening to the answer gives us information about the next questions to ask. So many times a person makes an assumption and believes it. The path from there forward often takes the person somewhere she really does not want to be. To proceed with an issue in an intelligent manner, we can choose to ask questions to get accurate information and proceed knowing the truth of the situation.

Programs

Have you heard the phrase, “either use it or lose it”? As small children we were all curious and asked questions. It’s the way we learned then and continue learning. As I’ve interviewed people for my book, The Questions You’re Not Asking, Are Costing You Money, Relationships and Maybe Even Your Life.

Thoughtful Reflections

Culture of Love

“Love has no obligations. Fear is full of obligations”

Don Miguel Ruiz

“I choose my thoughts with care and my words with love”

Buddha

Culture of Curiosity

“I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity”

Eleanor Roosevelt

“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.”

e. e. cummings

Culture of Listening

“Live without pretending. Love without depending. Listen without defending. Speak without offending”

Author Unknown

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around”

Leo Buscaglia

Culture of Questioning

“You don’t want a million answers as much as you want a few forever questions. The questions are diamonds you hold in the light. Study a lifetime and you see different colors from the same jewel.”

Richard Bach

“I‘m not wise because I have all the answers I’m wise because I ask the right questions”

Socrates

“The person who asks the questions, controls the conversation.”

When asking questions we are less apt to make assumptions. Listening to the answer gives us information about the next questions to ask. So many times a person makes an assumption and believes it. The path from there forward often takes the person somewhere she really does not want to be. To proceed with an issue in an intelligent manner, we can choose to ask questions to get accurate information and proceed knowing the truth of the situation.

Testimonials

Children are filled with curiosity and ask lots of questions. It’s how we learn!

As we begin school questions may not be encouraged and many times discouraged. We may lose the skill we naturally had for asking questions. If we stop questioning it can affect our learning. Sometimes the idea of asking questions, causes comments like, “I don’t want to be nosy.” or “If I need to know something, the person will tell me.” What if the person doesn’t know you need information?

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