1. Am I unhappy with where I am right now?
This is a trick question without any standard answer, but knowing how to address it is crucial: for believing that you are happy can actually increase your happiness and contentment, and give you the confidence and positive attitude for anything that you wish to achieve. Don’t just wish to be happy but come out and believe that you really are: enjoy and be thankful for the little things in life and see what a difference it makes.
2. Do I have a problem attracting the opposite sex?
Even if you do not have a clear answer to this, you can take actions to improve your overall attractiveness–both inside and out. It might be shaping up your body, changing your style of dressing or getting a brand new hairdo, or remaking your attitude towards people and life. Remember that what matters the most is how well you can carry it off rather than exactly what you are trying to carry off.
3. How much could I have out of life?
This is not about greed or any set standard that could define having too much or having too little. Rather this is about your own desire to get more of out ofe. It all boils down to asking yourself what, as well as how much, you are willing to work and sacrifice for something you think you want. If you really willsweat for it, then no matter what, work on towards what you have set your heart on and the sky is the limit.
4. What motivates me to achieve?
Human desires are endless, and there are infinite variations to the things that make people happy. If you do not know what drives you or sets your pulse racing, approach life like a buffet service. Try everything piece by piece until you locate your favorite dish. And remember, it is not only okay, it is desirable to fail. Failing means you are trying and you are that much closer to success.
5. What Really Makes Me Tick?
Understanding what really makes you tick is to not only be able to define your goal but also the path that you seek to chart towards that goal. So identify what it is that you truly want and what you would be motivated to do for it. This isn’t some profound philosophical quesiton. It’s all about knowing yourself; your particular limits and doing your own analysis of costs and benefits.