Questions to Ask in Self-Reflection - Deepstash

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How Self-Reflection Gives You a Happier and More Successful Life

Questions to Ask in Self-Reflection

  • How do I feel overall about this area of my life? 
  • What’s working? What’s not working?
  • What do I want more of – or less of?
  • What are my accomplishments? 
  • What do I want? What are my hopes or goals?
  • What am I grateful for?
  • How would I improve this area of my life? What actions can I take?

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