Jan 11, 2016

I believe that in finding the answers to questions, the learning is in the journey and not the destination.  The process in which we use to put the pieces together in an effort to ask a good questions, is where we develop our own answers. It’s like a puzzle, as you pick up each piece you imagine how it fits in the completed picture.[spacer height=”20px”]

This week I’ll be posting a series of questions in an effort to initiate critical thinking.  These questions Will require an introspection of your dreams, goals and aspirations.  At the end of the week you should not only know who you are, but where you are, and where you need to go.[spacer height=”20px”]

  1. How is the picture that you see for your future constrained by what your culture has told you is possible?
  2. What limiting assumptions have you picked up from the major narrative of your culture?
  3. List as many barriers to your progress as possible in a given area of your life.
  4. What would you do differently if you could?
  5. How truly passionate are you about your goals and dreams?
  6. What changes could you make immediately in your life if you had the courage to let go of social pressure?
  7. Are you prepared to go against the grain without harming others when necessary in order to achieve your goals?
  8. What do you know about yourself and your motivation so you can keep going even when it seems difficult?[spacer height=”20px”]

Write these down and think about them through the week. Try and answer them daily.  At the end of the week I’m going to show you how to use these answers as a roadmap to get you where you want to go. Thank you for your participation, I’ll see you again tomorrow.