A while back I gave a presentation about personal development and to prepare for it, I compiled a list of questions that I’ve asked myself over the years. Questions are powerful tools because they require thought and a response.
Here are 21 Power Questions for Personal Development:
- What can I do to improve tomorrow, based on my performance today?
- Who has made me more successful than I would have been on my own?
- What opportunity, idea, or experience could I provide that someone might never be able to have without my help?
- What good can I do today?
- What I did learn today?
- What One Great Thing Would You Dare to Dream If You Knew Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt You Could Not Fail?
- What do I want to cause to happen today?
- What am I most thankful for?
- What can I do to enhance my strengths?
- What am I becoming (based on who I am around)?
- Why must I get better?
- Where do I start?
- Who benefits from my personal development?
- Who could have helped me today if I had only asked?
- How can I increase my value in order to benefit others, rather than just myself?
- What am I not doing right now that is very easy to do?
- Did I do everything I could today to make tomorrow the way I want it to be?
- How do I increase the quality and quantity of my work?
- Who can I encourage today in reaching their dreams?
- What is my motive?
- How can I use my past success as fuel to my future success?
A meaningful question has the power to make you take a close look at your life and your actions. It directs you to take responsibility for your success and happiness. So what other questions can you ask that have the power to change your life?