And help us in this practice of self-knowledge and the so-called "promoting questions.
PART 1. ASK YOURSELF
Below are questions that I recommend you answer quickly and without hesitation.
The answers you get will become a new reference point in the system of your "life coordinates.
So, get to know yourself with these 20 questions:
1) What am I good at?
2) What (what actions) am I not good at?
3) What is "most important" in my life?
4) Who are the most important people to me?
5) What am I afraid of?
6) What motivates me?
7) What makes me tired?
8) What calms me down?
9) What does "success in life" mean to me?
10) How and what do I make money with?
11) How do I create financial well-being? What tools help me do that?
12) What are my most productive hours?
13) How do I want to be in the eyes of others?
14) What behavior do I dislike about other people?
15) What makes me happy?
16) What makes me angry?
17) What kind of spouse do I want to be?
18) What do I think of myself?
19) What do I respect myself for?
20) What do I value in life?
Explore yourself... Look inside your life.
And remember, there are no right or wrong answers to these questions.
There is only the space of your answers.
PART 2. USE THE INFORMATION YOU RECEIVE TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFE
Start eliminating the most unhealthy things in your life (as much as possible).
Plan to do more things that make you happy.
Strive to develop in an area where you are particularly good.
Avoid the things that make you miserable.
Make friends with money (read any book on financial literacy for this)
Think more about your family and friends.
PART 3. BE MUCH SENSITIVE
Most of us prefer to lie to ourselves, because the "naked" truth scares us.
However, it is the intimate "knowledge of self" that makes our lives easier and better.
Don't try to prove your point without appeal. Always try to reason and look at things from different angles.
And also, keep a diary in order to express your thoughts there. Write down your answers to the question, "Why is this happening in my life?
PART 4. PRACTICE. LEARNING TO BE A FRIEND WITH MONEY
Let's take the process of increasing your income as an example.
You can use a similar methodology in all other areas of life.
1) You have to learn everything about your profession - you have to become an expert in your industry.
As a rule, this includes getting new knowledge on a regular basis. Read literally everything you come across (related to your profession). Learn new skills and persistently practice them over and over again until you have mastered them filigree.
2) Get rid of old beliefs that are keeping you from moving forward in your profession.
As your old beliefs recede "into the background," you will open your mind to new breakthrough ideas, technologies, and viewpoints.
3) Change your habits.
Your job is to adopt the habits that most successful people in your field have.
4) You cannot remain what you are at the moment.
You must gradually "transform" into another person - the kind of person who is capable of reaching outstanding heights in your profession.