10 Jun 3 questions to ask yourself to determine if your life is on track at … 30,40 or 50?
Happiness … it’s living a life consistent with your values.
Happiness … it’s doing what’s right for you (but not in a selfish way!)
Happiness … it’s knowing your path and living your path.
So how do you know if you’re on track? Ask these questions of yourself…
via the Ladders by Kayla Heisler
As the saying goes, life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans. It’s easy to get off course. Just as life evolves, so too should the questions you ask yourself to make sure you’re on track to live the life you want.
Whenever you’re approaching a new decade (or even more frequently!), see it as an opportunity to check in with yourself. The following questions aren’t always the most comfortable to sit with, but avoiding them can lead to a disconnect between where you are and where you want to be.
Questions to ask yourself at 30:
1. Where do I want to be now, next year, and in five years?
Your 20s are a time for learning and testing things out. As a 30-year-old, you should have gained experience traveling down multiple areas of life to help determine what is the best fit for you. Though your answers may shift as you continue to accumulate knowledge and experiences, establishing a game plan will help see a solid plan that you can modify as needed.
2. What steps am I taking to achieve my goals?
Have a solid plan in place and make sure that you are taking actionable steps toward the goals you’ve laid out for yourself. If your goal is to retire at age 60, are your monthly retirement plan contributions making this dream feasible? If you’ve created a bucket list of countries you want to visit, are you booking flights and scheduling time off? Lay the groundwork so the moves you make throughout your thirties are in service of these goals.
3. How can I avoid repeating past mistakes?
Life is all about trial and error. Evaluate areas of your life where you wish you’d done things differently and actively work to make different choices. You don’t have to dwell in the space of regret, but take time to let the lessons you’ve learned sink in. This will help keep you on course to make choices that are better for you down the road…
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