20 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Day, Week, Month, Year

*IMPORTANT*

If you plan to go through this mini-course (which I highly recommend),
do not read any further. It’s much better to learn these lessons YOURSELF.

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Prioritize

Most of us have a vague idea of self-improvement.

How To Start Prioritizing Growth

  1. Setting specific time to work on personal growth
  2. Doing it in a systematic way
  3. Incorporate it as a habit as part of your routine
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Commitment

You need to commit to personal growth.

How to practice commitment:

  • Be patient
  • Focus on small daily victories
  • Fight the desire for perfection
  • Keep the end in mind
  • Know that you will make mistakes someday, prepare for it
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Ask Yourself Good Questions

One special thing about this book is that it asks hard hitting questions that causes you to reflect or think deeply.

Asking yourself good questions:

  1. Helps you see what you’re doing unconsciously
  2. Helps you see blindspots in your life
  3. Helps you realize some things that are not normal
  4. Helps you understand yourself more
  5. Helps you identify limiting beliefs
  6. Helps you listen to your own self-talk
  7. Helps you keep yourself accountable
  8. Helps you identify excuses you make to yourself
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Focus On Your Potential

By shifting away from thinking such as:

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Design Your Environment

I am a strong believer of you are the result of the 5 people you spend the most time with. I’m blessed to surrounded by good and positive friends now. In the past, I couldn’t say the same.

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Developing Character

If you met yourself now, can you trust yourself?

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Trade Offs

“If you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done”

No matter what our definition of success is. It’s not going to be easy.

“We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons.”

— Jim Rohn

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Settling For Average

We often feel it’s easier to live in ‘the land of the okay’.

20 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Every Day, Week, Month, Year

  1. What do I truly have the potential to do?
  2. What are my priorities in life?
  3. How committed you are to your goals?
  4. Have a been consistent in reaching toward my goals?
  5. What excuses do I make that prevent me from reaching my goals?
  6. What are my strengths and weaknesses?
  7. Do I have values? What are my values?
  8. What direction is my life heading to? Am I truly satisfied with this direction? If not, how can I change it?
  9. What gives you satisfaction?
  10. Is personal growth important to you? If so, are you measuring it?
  11. Is your current environment helping you or harming you?
  12. How can you add value to your environment?
  13. Are you happy with yourself? If not, how can you change this?
  14. How often do you reflect on yourself?
  15. Have you been putting off things that you know you should do?
  16. Have you been settling for just average?
  17. What are you willing to trade to reach the success that you want?
  18. Are you a curious person? How can you develop this curiosity?
  19. What would you do if you had no limitations?
  20. Looking back at your life, what has worked to keep you on the path to growth and what did not work?

What has changed?

Learning lessons in this book are useless if I don’t take action on any of them.

Consistency

After completing that book I found myself more know how to be more consistent.

Direction

The period of my life when I started jumpstart was a directionless one.

Character

Before jumpstart, I did not think about my character. I just thought that it is what it is.

Summary

I’m now beginning the other courses in this series. Excited to look back and see how I have changed in other areas of my life.

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