Questions to Make You Think
Have you ever taken a thinking retreat? I have, and it was a wonderful two days. I took along these questions to guide my thinking, and I highly recommend this to you as well.
As I review these questions I am reminded of that famous quote by Socrates ...
“The unexamined life is not worth living”
Have a wonderful “life-examining” session.
Here are the questions:
~What is my passion?
~What are my strengths?
~Who am I?
~What is my purpose in life?
~If I knew I would not fail, what would I attempt?
~Where am I going?
~What must I accomplish with my life in order to feel successful?
~What do I want written on my tomb-stone?
~What makes me happy?
~When am I at my best?
~What do I fear the most?
~Of whom am I afraid?
~What is the worst that could ever happen to me?
~What price am I willing to pay for happiness?
~What does success look like?
~What legacy do I wish to leave behind?
~Who do I admire and why?
~Have you ever believed in something exceedingly strongly?
~What kind of person makes me feel uncomfortable?
What a journey you are about to take.
Take good notes
If you find yourself afraid to open a certain door in your mind, remember what my good friend Harold once said to me.
“What are you pretending
not to know?”
P Michael Biggs
One Word at a Time