It’s often very easy to get caught up in the every day hum-drum or chaos of our daily lives, so much so that we often forget to take the time to relax, to take a few moments to breathe and think about our lives and the impact we’re having on the world.
There are no right answers to the following questions, because sometimes just asking the question is the right answer. Personally, I feel that these questions should invoke memories, trigger thoughts and positive actions.
If you were going to die at midnight, what would you be doing at 11:45pm?
What would you change if you knew you were never going to die?
What do you believe stands between you and complete happiness?
If you could make a 30 second speech to the entire world, what would you say?
If you were given 5 million dollars but still had to work, what would you choose to do?
There are no right answers to the following questions, because sometimes just asking the question is the right answer. Personally, I feel that these questions should invoke memories, trigger thoughts and positive actions. …………….. Enjoy
When was the last time you tried something new?
What gets you excited about life?
If not now, then when?
What is the most defining moment of your life thus far?
What are you most grateful for?
If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
Who or what do you think of when you think of love?
Sometimes life is overwhelming and we need to put things back in focus. Challenges are part of everyone’s life, but there are dark moments when a challenge turns into a crisis. The outcome of our lives depends on the choices we make at those moments. Will they be breakthroughs or setbacks? What we call wisdom is a crucial tool here. Without it, people usually make their most important decisions based on impulse or its opposite, habit.
Sometimes asking the right question is the answer.
Do I dwell on the past or move on?
Am I sure of my life’s purpose?
What would bring me more happiness than anything in the world?
Is this really how I want to spend my time?
Is this a problem I should fix, put up with or walk away from?
“Asking the right question is the answer” is the tagline of a blog I often read. The concept there and here is if the question really makes you think then it was worth asking. Enjoy
What can money NOT buy?
What will you never do?
What lesson did you learn the hard way?
What is your biggest phobia? Ok I will share. I am afraid of heights, anything that is taller than me.
What is your most striking physical attribute? My height. I am 5’10”
Where else would you like to live?
How do you know if it is time to keep holding on or to time to let go? I am still figuring this one out.
Is it ever right to do the wrong thing? Is it ever wrong to do the right thing?
Questions that you can ask yourself that will lead to self discovery that in turn lead to self improvement. Think of them as food for the mind.
- If you could do anything, be anyone would you be doing, living like you are living now?
- What would your message be if you had the opportunity to get a message across to a large group of people?
- Considering that there is never a perfect time to act, if not now, when?
- Do you need to let go of a person, experience or situation?
- Have you done anything recently that is worth remembering?
- Have you said more than you have done?
- If you could know what you know now, what would you tell your 20 year younger self?
- Would you speak to a friend the way you speak to your self? How long would you be that person’s friend?
- What’s most important to you time or money?
- Do I make a difference?
- What did you do today that made you appreciate yourself?
- What can I do today to change my future?