It is almost the end of the year and you are already making new resolutions and setting new goals that you want to accomplish in 2016 because you want to be successful. Knowing yourself, who you are and what you are aspiring to be is the essence of whatever you truly desire. One way to discover yourself is to ask yourself questions that will make you dig in your true self.
Here are 5 questions to ask yourself if you want to be successful this YEAR, these questions will guide you on the right path towards achieving your goals and becoming the person you strive to be.
Am I interesting? Those who succeed are interesting people. They constantly experience new things, travel to new places or try new foods. They have opinions on everything and are comfortable sharing it. They step out of their comfort zone – they experience life. People enjoy talking to them because of all they know; they are resourceful, which benefits the quality of people they meet. Cool people stick together.
What makes me special? Who am I? What makes me happy, smile ? Understanding how unique you are is an essential part of understanding why humanity exists. We are united by our differences, our gifts, talents, callings and dreams.Each of us is unique. Find your voice, and find a way to express it in everything you do Click To Tweet
What is success to me ? Each of us has a different definition of what success is. Defining what it means to you will help you stay focused on your dreams. You’ll draw your own finish line. The worse thing is to live on someone else’s terms just because you don’t know what you want to accomplish in life.
How do I want to be remembered ? In my opinion, this is the best one. Try to visualize the type of life you have lived after you leave this earth. What will people think of you, what will be said when someone mentions your name? Will people say you were selfish and lazy or that you were ambitious and a giving person? Keep that in mind for everything you do.
When is the last time you asked yourself one of the above questions?