Questions We Don't Ask Ourselves Nearly Enough

As the years in college pass by, it’s amazingly common to hear, “I don’t really know what I want to do with my life” and trust me, that is more than normal. 


However, when you’re at the standpoint where you may not know what you want to offer the world or those around you or even what makes yourself happy, it’s crucial that you start finding the answers you need in order to progress. Despite how daunting these questions and reflections may be, unravelling our individual purposes bit by bit is a lot more enjoyable than we may imagine. 


Here are some questions that are reasonably important to consider:


  1. What do you prioritize, how do you spend your time?
  2. What do you hope will matter to you at the end of life? Is what you’re prioritizing right now aligning with what you hope for in the future?
  3. If not, what are the necessary steps that will take you from where you are right now to where you want to be?
  4. Are you happy with who you are and what you’ve accomplished at the end of each day?  
  5. What moments truly make you happy? Are you spending enough energy investing in those moments?
  6. What cause or who motivates you to be the best you can be?
  7. What’s holding you back? Do you have to give that up to be closer to your values/happiness/fulfillment?


The truth is that your life is whatever you make of it. That being said, do not forget how fleeting each hour and each day and each year is. Believe in yourself and everything is entirely possible. 

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