What questions are you asking yourself? Preparing for 2020.

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Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.

— Voltaire

I can’t believe it’s time to end yet another year. A brand new decade is just a few weeks away.

Which has me looking back and wondering: What have I gotten done this year? What do I regret? What am I most proud of?

These are some of the questions we will tackle together this month.

This week’s intention

If you aren’t careful, you can end up allocating all of your mental energy over the next month toward completing holiday tasks instead of steering your life toward joy, purpose, and meaning.

You can look up four weeks from now without being any closer to knowing what you want from this next year, decade and your overall life.

My intention is to ask myself hard questions.

Instead, I want to encourage you to be deliberate about the questions you ask yourself this month and throughout your life.

Commit to spend the next four weeks with me reconnecting with the truest parts of yourself.

This week, starts with two simple questions:

Who did you help this year?

AND

What have you learned about yourself?

I recommend writing out your thoughts if you can. But if not, simply set aside time to think on each question during your commute to and from work.

Pray about them or ask them aloud just before starting your daily meditation.

Hold each question in your spirit as you take a walk outside and see what answers start coming up for you.

We’ll have more questions next week. See you then!

 


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