How To Find Out Quickly And Easily What You Want From Life

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•What do you like doing?

•What made you most proud of yourself during your entire life?

•What is it that you always wanted to do and you never foundrepparttar time? (include here anything from visiting friends, to going to Antarctica, or seeing your dentist)

•What role does money play in your life?

•What is it more important for you, you family life or your career?

•How much do you depend on others?

If you are worried about a certain decision, let allrepparttar 137075 questions be related to that issue. If you’re just confused in general, when askingrepparttar 137076 questions, think aboutrepparttar 137077 common topics that one has to deal with during his life. Don’t forget to write downrepparttar 137078 answers. Try to concentrate and to be sincere; after all, nobody will judge you.

All these questions will help you determine exactly where you stand and what is it that you want form life. All you have to do is to getrepparttar 137079 right interpretation of your own replies. In order to do that, help yourself to a coup of tea or your favorite coffee and takerepparttar 137080 time to analyze them thoroughly. Mark with a red pen whatever you find pride worthy answers and with a black onerepparttar 137081 things that don’t make you proud.

Postrepparttar 137082 list somewhere where you can see it more than once a day, or post it in more than one place. You’ll notice that, step by step, even unwillingly,repparttar 137083 black things on your list will start turning red. Don’t forget to renewrepparttar 137084 list when most of it has turned red! It isrepparttar 137085 best way to always be aware what your expectations from life are!

Good luck!

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Written by Terry L. Sumerlin

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Earlier inrepparttar week something happened atrepparttar 136919 hotel that was similar torepparttar 136920 Whataburger experience, but not nearly as funny. A boy about 10 years old was struggling withrepparttar 136921 door, as he was trying to enter with a clothes cart. I hurried over to holdrepparttar 136922 door. He never even said “thank you.” But, it gets worse. His dad stood nearby, looking very successful in his coat and tie. He never expressed appreciation either. What a sad example.

The incident is similar torepparttar 136923 hamburger story in this: They’re bothrepparttar 136924 result of a type of “thoughtlessness.” Inrepparttar 136925 first caserepparttar 136926 young lady was just doing what she was trained to do. Go forrepparttar 136927 up sale. It never occurred to her that someone might order a small burger for a reason. No harm done. The second case was simply “thoughtless” ingratitude.

Onrepparttar 136928 brighter side, later inrepparttar 136929 week, at an IHOP a half dozen teenage girls went throughrepparttar 136930 door as I held it open. Every single one of them thanked me. Different upbringing – different thoughts.

In all of this, I can’t help being reminded thatrepparttar 136931 Bible says Jesus healed ten lepers, and only one returned to thank him. We should not expect better. It’s a waste of time and energy that is better spent learning ways to show gratitude.

BARBER-OSOPHY: The genuinely successful are usually thoughtfully thankful.

Terry L. Sumerlin, known as the Barber-osopher, is the author of "Barber-osophy," and is a columnist for the San Antonio Business Journal. He speaks nationally as a humorist/motivational speaker. Visit his website at

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