Our span of existence doesn’t really define if we know ourselves too well (or well enough). Do you know yourself? How? On today’s blog I have listed 30 questions that makes you discover yourself. You can have your own quiet time and reflect on these questions. Hoping it will help. Here we go…
1. What can I do to take better care of myself?
2. When have I done something that I thought I couldn’t do?
3.Ask yourself: Where would I like to travel in the next 3 years?
4.What hobbies would I like to try?
5.What lesson did I learn this week?
6.What does my ideal morning really look like?
7.When was the last time I felt truly alive?
8. Who inspires me the most?
9.What draws me to my inspiration?
10.What is something I’ve always wanted to do but was too scared to try?
11.What is something I would love to learn?
12.Am I in pain? What would I need to do for me to heal?
13.What’s going right in my life right now?
14.What are the 15 things that I am grateful for?
15. Discover: What are my current priorities?
16.What would make me happy right at this very moment?
17. Discover yourself: How do I feel at this moment?
18.What else do I need in my life right now?
19.When was the last time I felt successful?
20. Who means the world to me?
22.What advice would I give to my younger self?
23.Discover: When was the last time you felt happy for someone?
24.What are the things that I love about myself?
25. Discover: What makes me weak?
26.Reaching the end of my life, what will be my legacy?
27. Why did I choose to be with my current partner?
28.Ask yourself: Is my partner somehow a reflection of me?
29.Do I have my own standards with the work that I do?
30.What makes me stand out from the rest?
Take time to reflect and write down your answers? Perhaps in a few months, asks yourself these questions again and compare it with what you have answered previously. Please let me know what you think in the comments below or contact me here, and be sure to leave any requests for any posts you’d like to read here on my blog! Please feel free to share this blog. Thanks for reading! 😉