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So here are questions. Donít just glance at them. Invest some time in them. Remember, what you learn from them could change your life Ė and world! You might want to write each of these questions on a separate index card and spend at least 15 minutes on each one. Fifteen minutes writing your unique answer in your life mission notebook.
Note: Some of these questions are very similar. They are just worded differently. This is done intentionally. I want to stimulate different parts of your brain in order to get closer to your true answer.
What are my greatest talents?
What do others say I am good at? (You want to weigh this heavily because many times our gifts come so naturally to us, that we underestimate them. Your true gifts will be more apparent to others.)
What have my unique life experiences prepared me to do?
What do I love to do so much that I would do it for free? Why? (The why is very important. It will give you clues to your driving force.)
What activities give me satisfaction? Why?
What excites me about life? Why?
What is my secret ambition? Why?
What are my hobbies?
What is my greatest character strength?
What is my greatest passion?
What would I be willing to die for? Why?
What will I feel like when I make it happen?
What will regret feel like if I donít make it happen?
What am I good at?
What do I get complimented on?
Where have I excelled in past?
Where have I been successful?
What is important to me?
What do you naturally do well?
What things do you view as your greatest successes? Why?
Is there a cause about which you feel passionate?
What is it about that cause that attracts you to it?
What are most important lessons you have learned through your experiences about life?
What do you daydream about doing? Why?
What things do you want to be remembered for at end of your life? Why?
What things will your life be incomplete without? Why?
If you had a year left to live, what would you do differently? Why?
What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Why?
What would you do with your time if you were wealthy? Why?
What do you stand for?
What were you born to do?
What is your unique mission in life?
What does God want you to do?
What are your unique opportunities?
Where can you make a difference?
How do you want to be remembered? Why?
What will outlast you?
What will continue after you are gone?
What legacy do you want to leave behind? Why?
You might want to go through this exercise on an ongoing basis (maybe a couple of questions every day) until you become crystal-clear about your purpose in life.
Remember, you canít make your dream come true if you donít even know what it is. If you canít see it, you canít get it. Once you see it, dedicate your life to making it a reality. Give yourself to your vision. You are worthy of it. Itís why youíre here. Itís how you will make a difference in world. Itís how youíll be remembered. Itís your legacy.
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