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Top 7 Life Changing Questions To Ask Each Day

By Paul Schnabel

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Our quality of life is determined in large part by the quality of the questions we ask ourselves. When we ask disempowering questions like "why did this happen to me?," we remain stuck, but when we ask empowering, life-enhancing questions, we open up possibilities for real growth and change.

  1. What can I learn from this?

    When faced with a challenge or difficulty, see what you can learn from it rather than feeling self pity or a sense of powerlessness.

  2. What can I do today to grow myself?

    Even small improvements made each day can have massive impact on our lives over time.

  3. What should I stop doing today?

    Just for today, find one bad habit you can commit to stop doing. All bad habits are eliminated by consciously eliminating them from our lives, one day at a time.

  4. What kind of impact do I want to make today?

    People who leave lasting legacies choose to impact others positively, every day of their lives.

  5. What am I grateful for today?

    True masters report that the key to success is an "attitude of gratitude." Being grateful for what we have, rather than focusing on what we lack, is the key to well being and abundant living.

  6. How will I measure success today?

    Are your criteria for success empowering you or setting you up for failure? Set achievable success goals and over time you will build an amazing life.

  7. How do I choose to feel today?

    Many people allow external circumstances and people to determine how they feel. Taking back control over your feelings gives you a confidence in living that is priceless.

Paul Schnabel speaks and consults in the areas of Innovation, Achieving Breakthrough Performance and Creating the Life of = your Dreams. Call 480-767-8965 or visit www.paulschnabel.com to request your free tip sheet entitled Igniting the Human Spirit in the Workplace.

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Article Submitted On: September 25, 2000