If you want to be the best version of yourself in the present, think about your future self. What to ask your future self? Have you become the person you were hoping to be? Are you single or you’re longing for a relationship? Have you fulfilled your younger self’s expectations and dreams?
Take a moment of your time and think things through. Probably millions of questions are flashing through your mind just as we speak. Concentrate, and choose your questions carefully. Once you ask your future self the right questions, you’ll get the answers to where you are now and where you want to be.
Your future self will help you realize your present mistakes and potentially harmful habits and take you on the right path. Life is hard, and there are plenty of obstacles along the way, but asking your future self the key questions makes all the difference. By asking your future self, you’ll be able to identify your goals and set your priorities straight. Maybe it seems ridiculous, but actually, it’s a life-changing experience. Try it, you won’t regret it!
If you’re willing to try, join us in our quest to find the right questions to ask your future self. Questions that’ll help you become the person you’ve always hoped to be.
Deep Questions to Ask Yourself
Make time for yourself, take a deep breath and think deep! Find a quiet place, a place where you feel safe and relaxed. Imagine your future self, sitting next to you and start asking:
1. What makes you happy?
Remember you’re asking the question, but you’re the one with the answers as well. Write them down, or type them. Once you see the answers on paper or your screen, you’re one step closer to seeing yourself happy.
2. How do you feel about yourself?
It’s important to stay true to yourself and your deepest feelings. Be sincere, get in touch with your emotions, and try to share them. Do you feel satisfied, or do you need a push to see yourself feel nothing but love and understanding?
3. Is the life you’re living the life you want to be living?
This deep question goes hand in hand with many sub-questions. If that’s the life you want to be living what are the things that caused it to be so. If that isn’t the life you want to be living make changes. Even the smallest change makes a difference!
There are many other deep questions to ask yourself, but it’s better to start small and think big!
Questions to Ask Yourself Daily
To help you answer the deep questions it’s important to know what questions you need to ask yourself on a daily basis. Don’t forget to ask yourself daily:
1. What motivated me today?
First thing’s first! What motivated you to get out of bed this morning? What motivated you to finish your assignments on time? What motivated you to hurry home today? If you’re honest with yourself, and you should be, the answers will give you a new perspective on the importance of your daily routines, work, and objectives.
2. Did I fulfill today’s goals?
Simply answer, yes or no! If the answer is yes, what actions helped you fulfill your goals? If the answer is no, what were the obstacles and how to overcome them in the future. Solve one issue at a time, and you’ll have your final resolution in no time.
3. What’s your highlight of the day?
An important question you need to ask yourself daily. By answering this question, you’ll find out what are the things that drive you, fulfill you, and make you happy. The answer to this question will assist you in the long run and put a smile on your future self.
Take time to ask yourself daily questions, and you’ll see the results in no time!
Questions to Ask Yourself Monthly
The questions you need to ask yourself monthly are a reflection of everything you’ve done for the past month. You’ll have an insight into your monthly activities, and you’ll have the opportunity to reevaluate your actions and make plans. Ask yourself monthly:
1. What were this month’s challenges?
Identify the challenges and take a good look at the steps you took to overcome those challenges. Were there many challenges this month, or just a few? Why is that? Once you answer these questions you’ll feel more confident and ready to welcome future challenges.
2. What were the things I spend too much time on?
What were the things you feel that you’ve spent too much time on? Were they worth it? Can you accomplish the same outcome if you spend less time on those things? Don’t rush the answers, and take your time to think. The answers take time, but they’ll save you precious time in the months to come.
3. What did I learn this month?
Life is all about acquiring and experiencing new things. Therefore it’s important to learn new things each month. Don’t feel disappointed if you haven’t learned anything this month. The realization itself will motivate you to do better next month.
With the questions to ask yourself monthly, reflect on everything you’ve done in a month, and prepare for the next one.
Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Relationship
Everything in life revolves around love. Love is the essence of our being, so when it comes to love and relationship you should never settle. Look for that special someone and when you find him/her, don’t forget to ask the right questions. Ask yourself about your relationship:
1. Do we share the same interests?
If you do, that’ll create a special bond between the two of you. If you don’t, are you prepared to pursue your interests individually? It’s healthy to have independence in your relationship, but are you ready for it?
2. Do I want to spend the rest of my life with him/her?
Even if you’re not in that phase in your relationship, it’s wise to ask yourself whether you want to spend the rest of your life with that person. If you do, ask yourself why’s that so? If you don’t, you’d better reevaluate why are you still in a relationship? The sooner you have your answers, the better!
3. Does he/she bring out the best in me?
Does he/she make you feel like the best version of yourself? Summarize your best qualities, and ask yourself whether your other half brings them out? If he/she does, you’re in luck! If he/she doesn’t what can you do to change that, and feel your best qualities come to life.
The questions you’ll ask yourself about your relationship will help you build a quality and healthy relationship.
Spiritual Questions to Ask Yourself
Get in touch with your spiritual side by finding out the right spiritual questions to ask yourself. Sometimes the questions are more important than the answers, and sometimes the answers are within the questions, so wait no longer, and “fire away”:
1. Do I believe in God?
If you do, what actions do you take to get closer to God? Do you pray, or do you meditate? Do you read and study the Bible? If you don’t believe, what’s your general point of view on religion? Many spiritual questions that deserve a moment of your time!
2. What’s the purpose in life?
We’re all trying to get to the core of this question. What’s the meaning of life? Why do we exist? What is our role in the miracle of life? Why are we here? How’s our existence influencing other people’s lives? Are we here for a purpose? Just by asking these questions, you’ll feel closer to your true feelings about your purpose in life.
3. Is there a genuine right or wrong?
Can you distinguish right from wrong? What beliefs are considered right, and what beliefs are considered wrong? The question of right and wrong has changed over time. There’s a thin line between real right and wrong. You just have to follow your moral values and try not to cross the line.
All spiritual questions are hard to answer. But, they’re helpful in getting to know your spiritual side that you might not even know you had.
Questions to Ask Yourself for Self-Growth
Since our birth voluntarily or involuntarily we’ve been working on our self-growth. We’re trying hard to be better, be more compassionate, and use our potential to maximize our self-growth. Focal questions to ask yourself for self-growth:
1. What do I like most about myself?
Write them down, or say them loud and clear! Once you identify the things you like about yourself, do anything in your power to keep them alive. Cherish them and show yourself you care!
2. What negative mindsets do I need to let go of?
Once you realize what are the things you like about yourself it’s easy to identify the negative mindsets. Instead of keeping them alive, do anything you can to let them go. Release the negative thoughts and behavior and start fresh!
3. What areas in my life can I improve?
You can improve the negative areas in your life. Let positive vibes in those areas and watch them change. Whether it’s your social life or working ethic that needs improving, remember, you’re the one with the power to improve.
Questions to Ask Yourself to Get to Know Yourself
1. What do I love doing?
Firstly, think about everything you love doing, from the smallest to the biggest thing. Don’t miss out on anything! Everything that puts a smile on your face should be on the list. Secondly, do the things you love as often as you can. Thirdly, share them with the ones you love, your family and friends.
2. What am I afraid of?
Often our fears prevent us from doing what we want and reaching our true potential. Try to face your fears. If your fear is change, start small, by changing the smallest things daily. If your fear is loneliness, try to create some me time and enjoy the things you love doing. Remember, you don’t have to face your fears alone, that’s what family and friends are for. Talk and open up, and your fears will start to look small and insignificant!
3. Who makes me happy?
Who do you love spending time with? Who makes you truly happy? Spend as much time as you can with those special ones. Don’t waste your time, energy, and emotions with people that have the opposite effect on you. It’s better to have a few sincere friends than many insincere ones, just for number’s sake.
Question yourself to get to know yourself. When you’ll truly get to know yourself, you’ll lead a life you’ve always dreamed of!
What do you think now about the power of questions? Have you decided which questions you’re going to ask your future self? If you have we’ve done our job! If you haven’t don’t despair. If you’re still feeling insecure about the right questions to ask your future self, that’s a good thing. It means that you’ve thought about it, and that’s a start!
Think things through, identify your strengths and weaknesses, and work on self-improvement. With the right questions, half of your work is done. The other half is to take time for the questions you want to ask your future self. And last, but not least, answer the questions as sincerely as you can. Stay true to yourself and your future self will thank you!