Here are 13 questions that challenge me to think hard, which can lead to learning, growth, and change. Each laced with an underlying QBQ! book message of PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY, these questions can help to make 2016 outstanding!
1. In 2015, what did I learn about myself that helped me mature?
2. What relationship did I make better and what relationship must I strive to improve?
3. How good am I at helping others feel special and who needs more of this from me?
4. When do I let victim thinking into my life and what are the consequences?
5. In what way have I become entitled, believing that I “deserve” something?
6. What problem have I put off solving and will tackle in the next three days?
7. What inborn trait of mine is a strength until overused, so I commit to managing it better?
8. Who needs to hear an apology from me today?
9. What bad habit will I break in the next 28 days?
10. What/who do I blame when life doesn’t go my way, and what is blaming costing me?
11. Who do I need to listen to more?
12. What new skill(s) will I acquire this year?
13. In what area of my life do I need to ask The Ultimate QBQ: “How can I let go of what I cannot control?”
So, there you go—13 questions designed to make me concentrate on the only person I can change:
I don’t know about you, but I need to ask a bunch of these—today!
Which of the 13 questions is most important to you? How will you employ this list throughout 2016?
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