Know Yourself: A Book of Questions by Irene SmitPart-book, part-game, this collection of 165 insightful questions is a fun, surprising path to deeper self-knowledge.
What do you think about before you fall asleep?
What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?
When have you stood up for yourself?
Questions to inspire you to reflect, questions to reveal memories and ideas, questions to tap into your sense of adventure, and questions to point the way to your inner strength. This whimsical illustrated collection presents a wonderfully unexpected way to learn more about yourself, a friend, or a loved one. Best of all, there are no right answers—only the imperative to stay curious, honest, and open.
33 Important Questions That Determine How Well You Really Know Yourself
Take some time to sit with yourself, reflect on your thoughts and behaviors, and find out who you really are…. What Do You Like? Part of knowing who you are is about knowing what makes you feel good. It can be trying different cuisines, exercising, reading, working, travelling… whatever! Create a mental — or written — list of things that you enjoy; things which help shape you as a person.
It may or may not be true. There could be some successful people that just fake it really well! But one thing that most successful people have in common is that they are self-aware. And I want you to think about some of your favorite role models that are what you would consider successful. Do they seem to be self-aware? Do they change their personality based on who walks through the door? Or they unapologetically themselves no matter what?
If you want to find meaning for your life, understand your life's vision and what exactly you should do now to get ahead, then ask yourself these.
flowers that bloom in harsh conditions
Who am I really?
Les Brown - How to Get to Know Yourself (Motivational Video)
At the core of being of service to others is finding peace and happiness. And to do that, we must get over a little irony, that most of us hardly know — much less, know well — the single person we have spent every second of our existence with, our own selves. Let me ask you then: how well do you know yourself? We are not talking about taking a personality test or learning about your family history. Neither are we talking about your favorite colors, your best childhood friend or your high school prom experience thank goodness about the last one ;. We are talking about something much greater and of higher consequence. We are talking about who you are at your core, what most matters to you, what makes you come alive, what feeds your soul and what drains your spirit, and how to know the difference so you choose well as you move forward in life.