Hey Mind Warrior,
I found the one really important thing you NEED to be focused on that a lot of people are missing.
It looks simple but it can be very hard.
It’s asking the RIGHT questions.
Because when you ask the right question to the world and to yourself you will get the right answers. See.. most people just ask simple vague questions that get them know where, but if you ask a specific question you will get a specific answer.
And when you get a specific answer about yourself you will find your self-limiting beliefs and begin to get rid of them so you can live the life you’ve always wanted.
Questions that force you into a corner. Questions that help you embrace the sacrifices it takes to get where you want to go. Questions that motivate you to focus on the next step forward. In other words, questions like…
What is worth suffering for? – If you want the benefits of something in life, you have to also want the costs.
Based on my daily routines and actions, where can I expect to be in five years? – This question just backs up the first one.
What do I need to spend more or less time doing going forward? – Most of us spend way too much time on what is urgent and not enough time on what is important.
In service of what? – As Viktor Frankl so eloquently put it: “Don’t aim at success. The more you aim at it and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it. For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued, it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of one’s personal dedication to a cause greater than one’s self.”
What am I pretending not to know? – Reality denied always comes back to haunt.
What are old rejections still holding me back today? – All too often we let the rejections of our past dictate every move we make.
What do I not want others to know about me? – This question cuts right to the heart of your insecurities.
Are the people around me helping me or hurting me? – A big part of who you become in life has to do with who you choose to surround yourself with.
How are my “shoulds” getting in the way of my “haves”? – The desires of our ego are often in conflict with the emotions of our heart.
What is worth smiling about right now?
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