5 reflective questions

  • What are the five non-negotiable values in my life?
  • What would I do if I were guaranteed success?
  • What are the experiences I want to have?
  • What is on my schedule that doesn’t need to be there?
  • What am I doing that I don’t enjoy, and what am I doing that I love?

Powerful insights will be generated through this reflection, without any need for additional information.

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  • Introspection is simply looking in. Stopping there not only limits your perspective, but it can also diffuse it. It can lead some to pessimism, or even depression. 
  • Reflection is looking in so you can look out with a broader, bigger and more accurate perspective. Without reflection, your life becomes happenstance—activity without insight.

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