As a coach, I bet you’ve asked yourself the below question a few times.
How can I attract more clients to my coaching business?
Do you want the quick answer or the long answer?
I’ll give you both.
Quick answer: You can attract more clients with an interactive quiz! With a quiz, you’ll double your email list and get more clients along the way.
Long answer: Read the rest of this guide for four reasons why you should create a coaching quiz (with examples) and how to ask questions that get your audience thinking, I HAVE to work with this coach!
Plus, we’ve created more than 90 different questions for you to use! It doesn’t matter if you’re a finance or health coach. There’s something for everyone in this post.
Let’s get to it!
Table of contents
Why create a quiz for your coaching business?
If you’ve never made a quiz with us before, you might be wondering why you should. What’s the point of a quiz, anyway?
1. Grow your email list
An email list is an essential part of your coaching business. With email, you can connect with future clients and send exclusive content.
And guess what? A quiz can grow your email list… by A LOT.
Amber Lilystrom’s “What’s your core purpose?” quiz generated 6,000 new email subscribers! Getting more email leads from your quiz is easy. It only takes a few steps.
First, you need to create a quiz (duh!).
Second, build an opt-in email form with Interact. After users take your quiz, the email form will appear. From there, a user can exchange their email for their quiz result.
And third, promote your quiz on your website. Place it on your homepage as Amber did with her new quiz.
You can also add a sticky ad at the top of your site, like Kate Crocco.
And don’t forget to build a phenomenal email follow-up sequence.
2. Attract potential clients (leads)
As a coach, you probably sell online courses, services, or both. I bet you’re always on the hunt for new clients.
Getting their attention is the hard part—the internet is full of online coaches. How does your website stand out?
Enter: your coaching quiz.
Quizzes are entertaining, interactive, and best of all—they teach quiz-takers something new about themselves.
Let’s face it. Quizzes are the ultimate lead magnet.
With a “What should your goal be?” quiz, Nadalie Bardo generated 6,000 new leads!
After the quiz, Nadalie offered a free goals template to grab more users. A free quiz and goal template? I’m in.
When you generate more leads, you’ll get more sales. Plus, you can shower your leads with:
- Helpful emails
- Your best content
- Special promos
3. Blast your conversions
A conversion is the end-goal of your marketing strategy. For most businesses, this is a sale.
I already know you offer useful courses and services. But are you converting enough sales?
You might be thinking, Ugh, landing a sale is the hardest part about my business! I have trouble converting leads to my courses.
Luckily, it’s simple to put your courses on blast with a quiz.
The process starts with your quiz. At the end of your quiz, snag quiz-takers’ email addresses with an opt-in form. Then, offer exclusive resources over email. And last, promote your online class, product, or service.
Jessie Harris Bouton is an excellent example of landing more conversions.
Every person who took her “Are you thinking like a millionaire?” quiz watched her masterclass.
Yes. You read that right. Every person.
And her quiz was only thirty seconds long. Pretty impressive, right?
4. Learn about your audience
Coaching someone is a vulnerable process. You dig deep into your client’s identity, beliefs, and values.
It’s crucial to know about your audience. If you target the wrong person, they might feel disconnected.
So it’s a good thing you’re making a quiz.
A quiz will start a relationship between you and your audience. Asking profound questions will teach you a lot about future clients, like their roadblocks, their potential, and what motivates them.
When you ask the right questions, you’ll learn everything you need to know about your audience. And once you have this information, you can create the BEST content for them.
Now that you know why your coaching questions are essential, let’s talk about what makes an interesting coaching question.
What makes an interesting coaching question?
Before we talk about what makes a coaching question interesting, let’s go over what not to ask.
What a coaching quiz question is NOT
First and foremost, your questions are not about you.
If you’re thinking, Maybe I can add a quick business promo question in my quiz, then I’m here to tell you, PLEASE, don’t.
People can tell the difference between a genuine question and a snarky promotion. Users will bounce if they find your quiz salesy.
For example, when you visit a retail store, what would you rather happen?
- A salesperson comes up to you and blabs about their products.
- A salesperson says, “Welcome! Is there anything I can help you with?”
Most of us go for the latter. And it makes sense—nobody wants to feel like a number.
All in all, the quiz isn’t about you. It’s about the user—focus on them.
Second, your quiz questions are NOT a test.
How did you react when you took a test at school? Maybe your palms began to sweat. Or perhaps your mind went blank.
Online quizzes are supposed to be fun, not nerve-racking. Avoid the test questions and go for light-hearted ones instead.
Third, a coaching question isn’t invasive. By invasive, I mean CRAZY personal.
Let’s go back to the retail store scenario. You walk into the store and a salesperson says, “Hey! You look upset. Did you go through a bad breakup recently? Or maybe you lost your job?”
Maybe this person has good intentions—but talk about personal. I don’t know about you, but my first instinct would be, Get me OUTTA here. For the same reasons, a user could exit out of your quiz.
There’s a better way to ask personal questions, which we’ll explain in the next section.
What a coaching question IS
Now that you know the three don’ts of asking questions, let’s go over the dos.
A good coaching question is reflective.
Reflective questions allow the user to look inwards. It makes them think, What an interesting question. I need a few seconds to think about it.
A question like the above invites quiz-takers to look at themselves in a different light.
Plus, her question is easy to understand. You can ask a reflective question without complicated language.
A good coaching question is also relatable. Ask questions your audience will be excited to answer.
We’ve all been asked this question: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” It’s a timeless question because everyone can relate. Most of us are dying to know where our future lies.
You can take personalization a step further by using our branching logic feature. Branching logic makes it easy to ask questions based on a user’s answers.
Good coaching questions also come in different formats. For example, you might ask a true-or-false question and then switch to a “Would you rather?” format.
A few types of question formats are:
This-or-that—Would you rather live in scorching hot weather or the arctic?
True-or-False—You’re an unapologetic perfectionist. True or false?
Scenario—On your way to school, you drop your hot coffee all over your new white dress. Yikes! What do you do?
Buzzfeed—Quick! Choose a type of fruit that describes you.
And last, a good coaching question has good answers! Your question isn’t complete without a list of compelling answers.
So, what makes a good answer?
Two words: positive and realistic.
We’ll start with positive. Your quiz should get your audience hyped about their results.
Imagine if one of the answers to the question, “You’re the person your friends go to most for…” was “My friends don’t come to me for anything because I’m a loner.”
Nobody wants to choose that answer. And besides, it’s a downer! Always opt for encouragement.
Next is realistic. Realistic answers are key to a satisfied quiz-taker. If your answers don’t make sense, quiz-takers might get confused and leave.
Let’s take a look at the question, “If your friends and family were describing you, they’d say you are…”
The answers describe all types of people. A user is bound to answer one of these with confidence.
And that, my friends, is everything you need to know about good coaching questions. Now we can FINALLY get to what you’ve been waiting for… your coaching questions!
90 quiz questions to grow your coaching business
We get a lot of different coaches here at Interact. With that, I’ve divided this section into the most popular types of coaches. Go ahead and hop to what resonates with you most.
Life coaching questions
Finance coaching questions
Business coaching questions
Branding strategist coaching questions
Health coaching questions
Spiritual coaching questions
Relationship coaching questions
Every list is a mix of true-or-false and scenario questions.
Life coaching questions
As a life coach, you’re not focused on one part of life. You’re here to improve your client’s overall being.
Life coaches create quizzes like:
- What’s your life purpose?
- What’s holding you back from your biggest desires?
- How well do you know yourself?
These questions will help your audience question their true purpose and find clarity.
1. People count on you to come up with innovative ideas…
- Heck yeah—I’ve got off-the-wall solutions for just about everything.
- I’m more of a rule follower than a rule-maker… or breaker.
2. What means the most to you in life?
- My family and friends—I’d be nowhere without them.
- My career. If I’m not achieving my goals, what’s the point?
- My life purpose. I need to be aligned with my destiny.
- Life is too serious without a few jokes here and there.
3. What question keeps you up at night?
- Will I ever find my soulmate?
- What if I’m not on the right path?
- How can I get out of work tomorrow?
- Did the kids finish their homework?
4. What most aligns with your life goals?
- Traveling the world and meeting new people
- Starting a business to help others
- Raising a family with my soulmate
- Anything that allows me to be creative and free
5. Your best friend comes to you for advice. About what?
- Relationship drama—they call you the love guru.
- Their career—I know a thing or two about reaching goals.
- Their purpose—I connect deeply with other souls.
6. What influential figure inspires you the most?
- Oprah—she knows how to dig deep into people’s souls.
- Nicki Minaj—she isn’t afraid to speak her mind.
- Will Smith—he encourages people to do anything they put their minds to.
- Tina Fey—she keeps it real.
7. It’s the New Year. You can’t wait to:
- Get your fitness back on track
- Follow your heart and find your purpose
- Meet the love of your life
- Organize your finances
8. What topic do you avoid at all times?
- Money—the thought of it makes me nervous.
- My love life—it’s basically nonexistent.
- My career goals—I don’t know what I want to do with my life.
- Anything vulnerable—emotions are NOT my friend.
9. Where do you see yourself in five years?
- Sitting in my dream home with my growing family
- Traveling the world, solo!
- Running a million-dollar business
- Promoted to my dream position at work
10. How would you describe your daily mindset?
- Zen AF—I meditate daily.
- On the go—I’m always doing something.
- I have my good days and bad days.
- My mind can stop me from everyday tasks, like work.
11. You look at your future with positivity. True or false?
- True. My head is always in the future.
- False. The future is scary!
12. Your past is the past. You don’t think about it much. True or false?
- True. It doesn’t matter what happened back then. What matters is right now.
- False. I think about my past daily.
13. What are your thoughts about money?
- Ugh, don’t get me started. I wish money didn’t exist.
- I love money because it gives me the things I need to survive.
- Stress—money gives me major anxiety.
- Money is a tool. It’s what you make of it that counts.
14. You wake up on the wrong side of the bed. How do you cope?
- I text my best friend and talk about it.
- I go on a long run and sweat the worries away.
- I write in my journal to clear my mind.
- I focus on my to-do list and get things done.
15. What makes you feel the most alive?
- Connecting with someone on a deep level
- Achieving a huge goal
- Getting deep into creativity mode
- Solving a problem I’ve been stuck on for a while
Finance coaching questions
Money is one of society’s most taboo topics. It’s no wonder we need coaches like you to help people form positive relationships with money!
Some quiz topics you might like are:
- What’s your money personality?
- Is your money mindset working for you?
- What’s your biggest money belief?
The following questions will help your audience break down their beliefs about money.
1. It’s time to go out shopping. Do you:
- Make a list of all the things you want and compare prices from different stores.
- Buy whatever you can get on sale.
- Go to the nearest store and explore what you want.
2. My life would be SO much easier if I had more money. True or false?
- False. I don’t need money to be happy.
3. Rich people are often greedy. True or false?
- True. Money changes people for the worst.
- False. There are greedy poor people and rich people.
4. You find $5,000 in your mailbox from your bank! What do you do?
- Call the bank and double-check this money is for me. I don’t want to get in trouble!
- Turn the car around and treat myself to a nice meal and a few gifts.
- I put it all in my savings account. I’m going to act like I never received it.
- Give half to charity. I feel guilty keeping it all to myself.
5. It’s tax season. What do you do?
- Avoid it until the last day. I HATE doing my taxes.
- Give the job to my accountant and forget about it.
- Do it all myself. I want to make sure I get as much money back as possible.
- Send my taxes ASAP. I need my return to pay the bills.
6. I keep track of my daily budget. True or false?
- True. I know where all of my money goes.
- Neutral. I try to keep track and then forget about it.
- False. I don’t know what happens to my money.
7. Your friend’s birthday is coming up, but you’re low on cash. How do you handle it?
- I go all out anyway and buy an extravagant gift. I’ll find the money somehow!
- I make them something with extra crafts around the house. Homemade gifts are thoughtful.
- I take them out for a coffee so we can spend time together.
8. You just got laid off from your job. How do you react?
- I freak out. How am I going to pay the bills?
- I’m upset but take it as an opportunity to find something even better.
- I go home and try to forget it ever happened. I can’t handle this type of stress.
- I get down on myself. What if people think I’m a failure?
9. What do you think of the phrase, Treat yourself?
- I’m all about it! We don’t treat ourselves enough.
- I only treat myself when I achieve a goal.
- I treat myself a little too much. I could cut back on the spending.
- I’ll treat myself when I’m financially secure… maybe.
10. Your sibling asks to borrow $100. What is your immediate response?
- I give it to them asap. We look out for each other.
- I give it to them and resent it later. I’ll never get that money back.
- I give it to them and remind them to pay me back
- I don’t give it to them. I don’t let others borrow money from me.
11. What do you think of the saying, Money doesn’t buy happiness?
- So true. There are other things to life than money.
- Not true. Money buys me food and safety. Of course it makes me happy!
- So-so. Money is a tool. If you use it right, it can make you happy.
12. I’m always the person who pays for the meal. Agree or disagree?
- Agree. I feel rude if I don’t offer.
- Neutral. I offer from time to time.
- False. I pay for my half and that’s it.
13. Do you believe you’ll be wealthy one day?
- Oh yeah! I’m a money-making queen.
- Maybe—if I work really hard.
- Nope—I’m not interested in it anyway.
- Nope—I don’t think I’m capable of being rich.
14. Can spiritual people be rich?
- Of course not. Spiritual people have more important things to think about.
- Sure, spiritual people need money, too.
15. I look at making money as a fun game.
- Heck yeah! There are countless ways to make money. I love the challenge.
- No! Money makes me anxious.
- Nope. Money is about working hard. It’s not a game.
Business coaching questions
It’s easier than ever to build an online business. And we need business coaches like you to keep us on track.
Some business coaching quizzes you might create are:
- What type of entrepreneur are you?
- What is your business personality?
- What is your online business missing?
These questions focus on your client’s business desires, fears, and goals.
1. More business growth would help me _______.
- Turn my side hustle into a full-time job!
- Bring on a team so I can outsource some tasks that aren’t in my zone of genius.
- Grow my income so that I can help provide for my family.
- Build the confidence I need to get my website up, my blog running, and my email list started. You know, really get things going!
2. What best describes your business?
- I’m a freelancer. I offer services to businesses and work on my own time.
- I’m an entrepreneur. I created my product and want to sell it BIG time!
- I run a side gig and hope to bring it full time.
- I’m still in the planning stage but hope to start my business sooner rather than later.
3. My family and friends depend on my _______.
- Creativity. I’m always coming up with new ideas.
- Reliability. When I say I’ll get it done, I mean it.
- Problem-solving skills. I don’t rest until something is solved.
- Decisiveness. Decisions don’t scare me.
4. At the end of the day, what matters most about your business?
- My loved ones. I want to provide for them.
- Money! It’s my biggest motivator.
- My happiness. I need to be aligned with my career.
5. Why did you start a business?
- I was tired of working on someone else’s time.
- I believe that my ideas can change the world.
- I want to grow my income as fast as I want.
- I want to show off my creativity.
6. What scares you most about running a business?
- Taxes—I’m afraid of messing it up.
- Stability—what if I don’t make enough money?
- No benefits—health insurance is expensive these days.
- Putting it in front of people. What if nobody likes my product?
7. The best part of being creative is _______.
- The idea stage. Give me a topic and I’ll think of twenty ideas, stat!
- The planning stage. Research is my best friend.
- The building stage. I get to put my analytic mind to work!
- The marketing. I love showing my product and getting it out in public.
8. You started a business to ditch the 9-to-5 life. Agree or disagree?
- Agree. I don’t want to work for anyone ever again.
- Neutral. I still work a 9-to-5 and also own a side hustle.
- False. I love my day job but need a creative outlet.
9. Owning a business makes you feel _______.
- Powerful AF. I love being in charge.
- Nervous. What if it fails?
- Energized. I get to choose how I spend my day, every day.
- Insecure. I want to make sure I make enough money.
10. I automatically lose my creative flow when _______.
- I have to get tangible tasks, like finances, done.
- I’m forced to work on one thing at a time.
- I come across a big decision.
11. Flashback to middle school: What role did you play in group projects?
- The leader—I’m an idea-machine.
- The creator—I always built the project itself.
- The presenter—I LOVED presenting projects to the class.
- The organizer—I made sure everyone was on task.
12. How do you stay productive during the day?
- I wouldn’t get anything done without coffee.
- I bounce ideas off of my family and friends.
- I take stretch breaks throughout the day.
- I make a to-do list and stick with it.
13. What holds you back from growing your business?
- Lack of focus—I don’t know where to go next.
- Self-doubt—I don’t know if my business will make it past this point.
- Perfectionism—I can’t move on to the next step until everything is ready.
14. Business success is always measured by a number. True or false?
- True. If I’m not making money, I’m not successful.
- False. Owning a business is about helping people, not making money.
15. How do you decide what to do every day at work?
- I know what I need to do by looking at data and facts.
- I use my intuition. My gut knows what I need to finish each day.
- One of my employees will decide for me.
Branding strategist questions
As a branding guru, you help businesses come alive with an authentic brand strategy.
Some quizzes you might create are:
- What’s your best-selling brand voice?
- What’s your brand archetype?
- What’s your brand personality?
The questions below will identify your audience’s strengths and weaknesses. Plus, they’ll guide them straight to your services.
1. I want my customers to feel _______.
- Excited about their ah-mazing future.
- Like they’re 100% capable of achieving their dreams.
- Like they’ve got the energy for big accomplishments.
- Cooler than the average guy or girl.
2. What’s your current business struggle?
- I struggle with telling my brand story.
- I am in desperate need of a rebrand.
- I’m looking into different marketing strategies to uplevel my business.
- I’m in the beginning stages and could use help with my website.
3. Your biggest business strength is _______.
- Being authentic
- Having compassion for others
- Making people laugh and see the bright side of life
- Asking the right questions
4. Quick! What color best fits your personality?
- Yellow—I’m full of energy!
- Blue—I’m calm, cool, and collected.
- Purple—I’m a bit mysterious.
- Pink—I’m bubbly and lovable!
5. Which famous friendship best represents how you relate to clients?
- Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox—we’ve got each other’s backs.
- Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj—we have fun together.
- Jay-Z and Kanye—we respect each other but there’s some tension.
- Wait, you can be friends with your clients?
6. Your brand is a HUGE advocate for _______.
- Giving back to charity
- Being as authentic as possible
- Helping others achieve their dreams
- Making the impossible possible
7. If you had to choose one marketing strategy forever, it would be:
- Email marketing—I love sharing exclusive content with my clients.
- Blogging—writing is my favorite thing to do.
- Videos—I get to show my personality.
- Ugh—can I give up all marketing strategies? I’d rather focus on my product.
8. What type of content do you want your brand to be known for?
- Thought-provoking articles
- Funny memes and GIFS
- Controversial podcast episodes
- Informative how-tos
9. Someone posted a positive review about your business. They raved about _______.
- Your caring nature
- Your ability to solve any problem
- Your inventive ideas
- Your ability to make anything interesting
10. Why are you second-guessing your brand?
- I want to find out why my community members are disengaged. Nothing I write excites them.
- I’m super close with my community but have trouble making sales.
- My audience has lost interest in my product entirely.
- I have a hard time finding new leads.
11. Where do you see your business in one year?
- Launching another product—I have SO many ideas already.
- Launching my first product—I’m still in the building stage.
- Trying out a new marketing strategy—I’m not sure if the one I’m working on is doing well.
- Honestly? I have no idea. I feel lost in my business.
12. Who’s your ideal client?
- A young, fun-loving trendsetter
- A super-suave business person
- A high-spirited yogi
- A big company with a message I can stand behind
13. Describe your web copy in one word:
14. How do you solve your client’s problems?
- I give advice based on my experiences.
- I show them the data and facts.
- I encourage them to follow their intuition.
- I whip out the planner and strategize.
15. You go to sleep happy when your business _______.
- Solves a client’s problem
- Gives away a percentage of profits to charity
- Shares an insightful piece of content
- Receives a positive testimonial
Health coaching questions
By health, I mean fitness, mind, and body. Whether you help clients kick their fitness into gear or focus on their mindset, this section is for you.
Some health quizzes you might create are:
- What’s your fitness personality?
- What type of yogi are you?
- What’s your wellness archetype?
The next fifteen questions will target your client’s health pain points. Psst… you can also check out our post with 28 extra fitness questions!
1. What’s your next big fitness goal?
- Losing some serious poundage
- Building strength
- Healing my mental health
2. How would you describe your sleep?
- Terrible—I wake up throughout the night.
- I sleep like a baby!
- Sometimes I sleep well and other nights I don’t.
- It depends on how much caffeine I have that day.
3. Hooray! You won a $50 gift card to your workout center of choice. What do you choose?
- Some good ol’ yoga
- A high-energy kickboxing class!
- A barre class!
4. How does physical activity help you cope with stress?
- Yoga helps me breathe my problems away.
- Running never fails to clear my head.
- Give me a punching bag, and I’ll be stress-free in no time!
- I don’t exercise when I’m stressed. I’d rather stay home and watch a movie.
5. How do you balance your health with work?
- I wake up early and squeeze in a workout.
- I try to go on walks throughout the day.
- I go to a gym every day after work.
- I don’t have time to work out.
6. Working out makes me feel energized. True or false?
- True! I’m ready to take on the world after a workout.
- False. Working out makes me tired and sluggish.
7. Your friend calls you on a Sunday morning and asks if you want to join a yoga class. What do you say?
- Heck yeah! Count me in.
- I’d rather do something else, but I know that I should go.
- I take a rain check and sleep more instead.
- What a coincidence! I already signed up.
8. How would you describe your relationship with food?
- I eat only when I’m hungry.
- I’m on a strict diet and follow it like my religion!
- I don’t care what I eat, as long as it’s easy to make.
- I eat healthy during the day and then binge on snacks at night.
9. Do you live to eat, or eat to live?
- Live to eat—I don’t care very much about food, as long as I’m full.
- Eat to live—I love trying different foods.
10. If you never had to exercise ever again, you wouldn’t. True or false?
- True! I already have trouble exercising.
- False. I love to move way too much!
11. You arrive at the gym. Where do you go first?
- The squat rack—I’m all about weights.
- The rowing machine—I need a high-intensity workout.
- A Zumba class—I love working out with people.
- It depends on the day—I like to try new things.
12. On a scale of 1-10, your energy levels are:
- An 8—I’m always on top of it.
- A 5—I don’t feel great, but I don’t feel bad.
- A 2—I’m tired all day long.
13. You have the day off, and it’s a sunny day. What do you do?
- I go about my day and watch movies.
- I call a friend and meet up for brunch!
- I take my dog on a long hike.
- I move my daily workout from inside to outside.
14. You prioritize your mental health. Agree or disagree?
- Agree. I’m always reading the latest self-development book.
- Neutral. I try to squeeze in a meditation every once in a while.
- Disagree. I don’t have time to think about myself.
15. What’s your favorite way to spend a day off?
- Catching up on my tv shows!
- Going to my family’s house for dinner
- Journaling and getting in touch with myself
- Free time? That’s not a thing.
Spiritual coaching questions
As a spiritual coach, intuition is a staple vocabulary word. And you’re the master of connecting your clients to their higher guidance.
Some spirituality quizzes you might find useful are:
- What’s your dharma?
- What type of manifester are you?
- How aligned are your chakras?
The following questions will help clients tap into their souls and speak their truth.
1. I often get gut feelings that I need to do something or go somewhere.
- Yes, often
- Not really
2. How would you describe your relationship with your physical body?
- Out of touch—I don’t pay attention to my surroundings.
- I listen to my body and do what it tells me.
- I reject my body and make decisions on what society tells me is right.
- I am too embarrassed of my body to take care of it.
3. What does meditation mean to you?
- Becoming aware of my thoughts and feelings
- Sitting on a fancy cushion and chanting, OMMMMM
- Focusing on clearing my head
- I’m not sure—I’ve never meditated before.
4. What’s your go-to way of making decisions?
- I listen to my instant gut reaction.
- I write a pros and cons list.
- I listen to other people’s advice.
- I take the day to think about it.
5. What comes to mind when you hear the word mindfulness?
- I imagine Buddha sitting under a tree.
- I imagine a clear head.
- I imagine becoming present with my thoughts and physical body.
- Mindfulness? What’s that?
6. My mind feels most clear when _______.
- I’m working on something I’m passionate about
- I’m doing something physical, like dancing!
- I’m on a walk.
- I watch a movie or read a book.
7. I struggle with _______.
- Speaking my mind. I’m afraid of what others will think.
- Opening up my heart. Vulnerability is scary.
- Listening to my intuition. I rely on others for help.
- Being in the present moment. I’m stuck in the future or past.
8. When you think of God, you think of _______.
- Past memories of going to church as a kid
- The creator of my universe and life path
- So many questions—I’m a bit of an agnostic.
- Something that doesn’t exist
9. You have a fate. True or false?
- True, and I surrender to it.
- False. I create my own ending.
10. Souls exist. True or false?
- False. I’m a physical body and that’s it.
11. What word attracts you the most?
12. What do you pay attention to more, your instincts or the facts?
- My instincts—I follow my intuition.
- The facts—they are what they are.
13. If you were an animal, you would be _______.
- An owl—mysterious and wise
- A wolf—instinctual and strong
- A butterfly—always transforming
- A hummingbird—playful and connected
14. A psychic reads your palm and tells your fortune. You hope they tell you that _______.
- You’ll be wealthy forever.
- You’ll find your soulmate soon.
- You will always be safe from harm.
- You have eternal optimal health.
15. Are coincidences random or meant to be?
- Random—things happen just because.
- Meant to be—nothing is ever a coincidence.
Relationship coaching questions
With all the relationships we create in our lives, it’s no wonder that your coaching is a necessity. We could all use a tune-up in our relationships.
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