More than likely, some of these questions will be relevant for you. Maybe all of them. If you’re on the Change Train or you want to be, I suggest that you print them out, read them, consider them thoughtfully, answer them (don’t hurry) and then breathe life into your theories and intentions.
Or you could fuck around for another year.
1. What’s the best use of my time, knowledge and skills?
2. What’s in my control?
3. What’s possible?
4. How am I perceived by others?
5. What’s her version of reality?
6. What’s the lesson?
7. What’s great about my life?
8. What are my core values?
9. Am I living in alignment with them?
10. What is success for me?
11. What do I want my life to look a year from now?
12. What am I avoiding?
13. What do I need to let go of?
14. What’s holding me back?
15. How can I make myself indispensable?
16. What happened last time?
17. What’s my plan once the motivation subsides?
18. Am I still looking for approval?
19. Am I prepared to do the work (or do I just like the idea)?
20. How does my relationship with food need to change?
Like exercise bikes, great questions are only valuable and transformational when we do something with them.