If you don’t question, you’ll just accept. To become your greatest version you have to ask yourself questions every single day.
The nine questions below will help you better know yourself, they will help to determine what’s really important to you in life and they will ultimately help you maximize your uncovered potential.
Whose life am I living?
A lot of people never question who are they living for. Are you building your world or helping build someone else’s?
You have to make sure that what you do is in alignment with your core values. You have to love yourself first and then your love pours out to other people.
Who made up the rules?
So many of us are programmed from a young age into what we call the “consensus reality”.
So many of us become copies of each other. But you have to embrace your uniqueness.
Do my mistakes define me?
We’ve been told that making mistakes is bad and dangerous. Mistakes instead are stepping stones.
Remind yourself why you never gave up. Why you continued when everybody told you to stop.
If you can be ok with your mistakes, that is how to never give up. Mistakes are inevitable if you are searching for perfection.
Who did I love today?
Life is based on the law of exchange. It’s about sharing. Once you start to share with the world, you start learning from other people. This opens up your mind.
What made me laugh today?
So many of us take life too seriously. We have to find humor in life because if you are going to take life too seriously, it’s going to hurt you.
As children we used to laugh for a reason, because deep down we knew it was just about having fun.
Am I maximizing my talent?
A lot of us have a gift, but if we don’t use it, we lose it. Many times we take our talents for granted, we think that they are always going to be there.
But your talent is like any other muscle; you have to exercise it to become greater. A lot of people bury their talents and in the process they bury their authenticity.
Will this matter in 20 or 30 years time?
The arguments and the disputes that we have. You have to step back and see the bigger picture. Don’t take anything personally. Don’t focus on things that don’t serve you anymore.
In 20 years you should be able to look back and say, “Yes I made the right choice”.
The worst feeling is knowing what you should be doing and not doing it.
If I had all the money in the world, what would I do?
Are you willing to give up your passion for all the money in the world? Remember, the highest form of wealth is your peace of mind.
Am I doing what I love 100%?
A lot of people don’t focus on what they love, they complain about what they hate.
What questions do you ask yourself every day? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts with us.