20 Life-Changing Questions Everyone Should Ask

We all have moments of despair, stress and frustration. But learning to ask the right questions can help us pull out much faster.

Here are 20 important questions to ask yourself often:

1. Is my happiness dependent on others, or myself?

2. Am I more concerned with how my life looks, or how it feels?

3. When was the last time I tried something new?

4. Am I doing what I really want, or what I think I should be doing?

5. What can I learn from this situation that is causing me the most stress?

6. Am I minimizing problems in order to avoid them?

7. When was the last time I said, “I love you,” to myself?

8. Who do I need to forgive today?

9. Am I looking for the good in others or am I expecting the bad?

10. What message does my future self have for me?

11. What am I thankful for?

12. What is my body trying to tell me?

13. What can I let go of?

14. Am I setting boundaries and feeling comfortable saying NO?

15. Am I living in the moment?

16. Who can I help today?

17. Am I focusing on what I want rather than what I don’t want?

18. Am I cheating on my future with my past?

19. Is what I am doing today getting me closer to where I want to be tomorrow?

20. Am I my own best friend? Am I comfortable with myself?

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About the Author

Shannon Kaiser has been labeled a modern thought leader on the rise by CafeTruth. She is the bestselling author of “Find Your Happy, an Inspirational Guide to Loving Life to Its Fullest,” and the founder of the website playwiththeworld.com, which was awarded Top 75 Best Personal Growth Websites and top 100 Self-Help Blogs on the internet by The Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Connect on her author Facebook Page @Shannon Kaiser Writes or Twitter.

She left her successful career in advertising to follow her heart and be a writer, life coach, inspirational speaker, travel writer and author. She is a five-time contributing author to Chicken Soup for The Soul. Shannon’s work has been featured in media outlets such as Good Morning America, Good Day New York, and Inside Edition. She’s writing her next book The Mental Makeover (Berkley/ Penguin Random House 2015).

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