Time To Question Yourself

Sit down and grab a cuppa, then come back to this one.

When do we, as busy people, actually take the time to question ourselves? To ask ourselves how we’re doing, how we’re feeling, where we’re heading?

The Law of Cause and Effect states that if you think good thoughts accompanied by good actions, you will receive good things, and asking ourselves thought-provoking questions will cultivate good thoughts and allow time for self-reflection. Through self-reflection, we are able to see, organise and chase our dreams and goals. Having this conscious awareness is so important in life and will open so many doors for good things to come our way.

Deep thinking allows us to raise awareness of where we are, where we have been and where we are heading, a new perspective to remind us of who we are and who we aspire to be, and to create the foundation for a happier life full of purpose and meaning.

We decided to sit down with ourselves and find out whether the stories we were telling about ourselves are true. We went down to the depths of our souls to answer these somewhat difficult, thought-provoking questions… and now it’s your turn.

1. How would you describe your life right now in three words?
2. What are your core values?
3. When did you last learn something new?
4. What’s the one thing you wish you could change in your life?
5. When was the last time you failed at something? How did you overcome this?
6. What do you fear in life?
7. What inspires you?
8. What’s the last lesson you learnt?
9. What is your earliest memory? Why is it special?
10. If you could hang out with one person, dead or alive, who would it be? Why?
11. What would you do differently if you knew no one would judge you?
12. Do you have a main goal you are working towards?
13. What are you grateful for?
14. What do you love?
15. What do you need to let go of?
16. If you had all the money in the world, what would you buy?
17. What do you love most about yourself?
18. What do you feel is your strongest attribute?
19. What’s one thing you really want to do?
20. What gets you most excited?
21. What would the title of your book be?
22. What can money not buy?
23. How do you define success?
24. What matters to you most in the world, aside from family and friends?
25. When do you feel most like yourself?
26. What would make you happier today?
27. Is there anything holding you back?
28. How will today matter in five years from now?
29. What do you see when you look into the future?
30. What chances do you wish you had taken?

Questions have power, great power. Asking these deep questions to yourself will get you profound answers that could change the path you are on and, therefore, your life.

Go ahead, talk to yourself. It’s normal, and it’s good for you.

“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”
― Aristotle