The Most Important Questions – Free Workbook

You don’t want a million answers as much as you want a few forever questions. The questions are diamonds you hold in the light. Study a lifetime and you see different colors from the same jewel.
Richard Bach

Enjoying this?
I've got some bonus content for you. Get access to more motivational and practical stuff, and receive weekly updates.

 I believe we are destined to succeed, to be remarkable, achieve what we want, help others at the same time and leave a legacy.

Only a few have got there, however, because of the many distractions we live in and our own limitations like fear of failure, doubts and self-limiting beliefs.
There is also mediocrity – we live in a world of average people doing nothing important but always managing to keep themselves busy with daily tasks and worries.

That prevents us from living our legend and unleashing our potential. It holds us back and we remain stuck for the rest of our lives.

But the good news is that you can change that at any time. You just need to take the decision to become remarkable and to do a quick self-analysis.

This includes something like a self-interview.

Questions are powerful and we can use them to get to know ourselves better, to find what we truly want and to understand how to get it. They can help us analyze what it takes to become successful and leave a mark in the world.

That’s why I’d like to share with you a short workbook I made. You’ll get access to it once you subscribe to the free newsletter.

 

questions to ask yourself ebook

It’s called “The Most Important Questions to Ask Yourself”, it’s totally free and has its purpose:

  • to make us think;
  • to help us look deep inside ourselves;
  • to finally answer the most important questions;
  • to encourage us to take action when we have the answers.

It’s one of the eBooks available to those who sign up to receive updates on new posts. Just fill in the form below.

Lidiya K

Lidiya K

Author, blogger and podcaster in the fields of self-improvement and life hacking. Creator of Let's Reach Success.
Full-time freelance writer. Lifestyle designer.
Lidiya K

25 Comments

Submit a Comment
  1. I know this is going to be a little book that came just at the right moment.
    I wanted a little workbook to use with my 13 yo son.

    THANKS SO MUCH LIDIYA.

    Blessings
    ~ Eric

    ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
    Choosing Your Own Greatness

    .

  2. 1. Complete the questionnaire.

    2. Wait 24 hours.

    3. Examine your answers and.your emotional responses. Reflect. No rush. No rush.

    4. Sit. Breathe.Take time to return to your quiet centre.

    5. Proceed as your heart directs.

  3. This is great timing. But I wouldn’t disparage people who choose to live “average” lives doing “average” things. I think through the ages, “average” is a construct of the time. Those living quiet, average, mundanely-busy lives are also an important part of the universal tapestry of humanity. It must have some primal appeal if so many people are doing it. I have never been able to live an average life, but there are costs to following one’s heart; there are risks either way.

    1. Of course they too are important for the universe and its course, but the problem is that those people usually don’t believe they can achieve anything more, they put up with many things, live in denial and in fear. They don’t go out of their comfort zone. To some extent we all fall into that category, but still it’s not a good place to be in my opinion.
      Also they keep themselves busy doing daily tasks and always worry that there’s not enough time and they’re not productive enough. But in the end of the day they haven’t spent a single moment of joy or stopped to slow down and enjoy life. They miss out on opportunities.

  4. Thanks Lidiya that little book had some big questions, ones that I have been putting off answering for a while, it is funny how things turn up when you need them most in your life. I love your work :0) Have a beautiful and blessed day x

  5. Nice set of question. I’ve answered almost all of them while creating my personal mission statement.
    Self-analysis is very important. I have a habit of answering one question of such kind every morning, six days a week. On Sundays I read them.

  6. Reblogged this on Alwin's Blog and commented:
    Every single person is taught what they’re supposed to do.
    Question everything, embrace doubt. We only have so much time.
    ~ Life is Short.. Time is Luck. ~

Leave a Reply