06 Jun 10 Powerful Questions to Regularly Ask Yourself
Today's article is ostensibly about success.
But that's OK, because my definition of success includes a significant chunk of happiness. I mean how could anyone consider themselves a success without enjoying life and a healthy dose of positive emotions.
Although financial achievements are not irrelevant, happiness is the real wealth so read and enjoy this article and translate what you need to into psychological terms and strategies for feeling happy…
According to Leon Ho, founder of Lifehack and Steply, there are three types of people, those who do not ask enough questions, those who have a lot of questions but no intention to answer them and those who ask good questions and seek ways to answer them.
We live in a world that is plagued with going with the conventional way and settling for the ordinary. But that is not the approach of the successful. Successful people are restless and nothing is good enough until it becomes better. That is why they ask the right questions and discover ways to answer them.
1. Is this what I really want to do?
Many people do not know how much passion and desire connects to bring forth success. They settle for what is below par because they are okay with the status quo. But successful people are concerned about giving something extra and making a difference. Whatever they are committed to has to borne out of a desire and an unquenchable passion to excel in.
2. Will this provide an avenue for growth?
In the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyiosaki, Rich Dad says:
“The most successful people in life are the ones who ask questions. They’re always learning. They’re always growing. They’re always pushing.”
Successful people are not okay with being boxed up in a comfort zone. Beyond getting an experience in a venture they want to be certain that they will learn and grow from it.
3. What strategies will define my success at this?
Successful people are not only concerned about the beauty or the splendor of getting what they want. With a dream, they build a design. They want to have a road map on how their project, task or mission can be accomplished…
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