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Questions to Ask Yourself

What do you lie about? We should pay special attention to anything we try to hide

Our eating habits, our sleeping habits, our exercise habits, our screen-watching habits … when we lie about something, it suggests that our actions don’t reflect our values. 

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • Do you find it easier to do things for other people, or spend money on other people, than for yourself? 
  • Is your life “on hold” in any aspect? Until you lose weight, get a new house, or get a promotion? 
  • What’s most satisfying to you: saving time or money or effort? 

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • If you’re feeling blue, how do you give yourself a happiness boost?
  • What’s something on your calendar that you honestly look forward to?
  • What’s a simple activity that consistently makes you happier?

Questions to Ask Yourself 

  • What little household task do you often postpone? 
  • Do you like a day with no plans, or one that’s jam-packed? 
  • What foods remind you most of your childhood? 

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • When in doubt, do you bring an umbrella or leave it at home? 
  • As a child, did you have a special toy, blanket, or doll? If so, do you still have it now? 
  • If you want to learn about something new, would you rather take in the information through reading, listening, or watching?

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • What is your experience of home? 
  • Home is a state of mind, but it’s also a physical experience. Are there ways you could make your home homier?

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • Do you have something “lucky”? A lucky shirt, lucky pen, lucky key chain? 
  • Do you enjoy talking on the phone — or not? 
  • Can you remember the smell of your grandparents’ kitchen?

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • Would you rather be ten minutes late or ten minutes early? 
  • How much control do you have over your time: what time you get up, go to work, go home, go to the gym, and enjoy leisure time? 
  • How much time do you spend commuting or taking other people to their activities?

Questions to Ask Yourself 

  • Are you more likely to indulge in a bad habit in a group or when you’re alone? 
  • If you could magically, effortlessly, change one habit in your life, what would it be? 
  • If the people around you were able to change one of your habits, what would they choose?