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Four Fantastic Questions To Ask When You Feel Stuck

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We’ve all been there. Our dreams give way to the 9-5 and we get stuck on repeat for weeks, months and even years. Then, one day we begin to dream again and ask “what if?”

These four questions are meant to break the life traffic jam we seem to be stuck in and help us clarify what we really want out of life. There are many versions of these questions, but these will be a good start to get your head into another space.

If money weren’t an issue what would I do with my time?

What really bothers me or breaks my heart?

What make me pound the table in frustration or passion?

What makes me come alive?

From – How To Lead When You’re Not In Charge by Clay Scroggins

Ok. I’ll add one more. This is what John McCain might have asked,

What cause is worth giving my life and service to that is greater than myself?

 

 

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