30 Thought-provoking Questions

Kiran Singh

Personal development is a process that lasts for your entire life. It is a method of assessing your own personal qualities and skills, it also helps you to make some aims for your life, set goals and maximise your potential. Personal development helps you to make life choices that are effective, positive and relevant. This journey begins with a series of questions. By answering them, you gradually develop yourself.

Grab a pen, notebook, a cup of tea/coffee/wine, light a candle, get comfy and get started (SCROLL DOWN FOR THE QUESTIONS)!

  1. Who am I really?
  2. What if the future had NO LIMITS?
  3. If this were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?
  4. What if I had NO FEAR?
  5. What am I holding onto that I need to let go of?
  6. If not now, then when?
  7. What matters most in my life?
  8. What am I doing about the things that matter most in my life?
  9. What do I matter?
  10. Have I done anything lately worth remembering?
  11. Have I made someone smile today?
  12. What have I given up on?
  13. When if I were easily able to push past the boundaries of my comfort zone?
  14. What if money were no longer an issue in my life?
  15. What small act of kindness was once shown that I will never forget?
  16. What if I were born in another century or born in the future?
  17. What do need to change about myself?
  18. What if my greatest struggle was really my greatest gift?
  19. What if I had 5 lifetimes in a row to live, how would that change my future plans?
  20. Who or what has had the greatest impact on my life?
  21. Who would I choose to have lunch with if I could choose anyone from any time frame?
  22. How would my life be different if I were a different race or ethnicity?
  23. What do I want most in life?
  24. What if I were famous and how would that change my life.
  25. Which is worse: failing or never trying?
  26. If I try to fail and succeed, which have I done?
  27. What’s the one thing I’d like others to remember about me at the end of my life?
  28. Does it really matter what others think about me?
  29. To what degree have actually controlled the course my life has taken?
  30. When it’s all said and done, will I have said more than I’ve done?

30 Thought-provoking Questions

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