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5 Questions Successful People Ask

Raising new questions and new possibilities, and regarding old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.” — Albert Einstein

Questions, as Albert Einstein relates in the quote above, help us frame our thinking and define our problems. We can rarely think of an answer outside of the way we’ve framed the question, so it stands to reason that the questions we ask – particularly those we ask ourselves – will drive our thinking and our behavior.

If we’re looking to take our lives – professional, personal, spiritual, physical – to the next level, we need to change the types of questions we ask ourselves.

Are you asking the right questions?

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Meg Bertini
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Goals Happen Here & Goals With Heart


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    • Well, many things are, but I’d say the foundation is finding something you love to do. That will give you the energy and passion to carry you through the hard times. It will also help motivate you to set and accomplish your goals, even the goals that might not be as much fun, because they support what you love to do.

  1. Hi,
    The points like Daily/ Weekly/ Monthly Act Monitor and progress sounds good but can you please elaborate with live examples to understand and apply to see the logical difference.
    Regards,
    DEBASHISH

    • Great question! I’ll use the example of writing a book. Say you decide to want to write a novel in 2013, and you’d like to have it done by June. The finished book should be about 70,000 – 75,000 words, so how many words would you need to write per month and per day to accomplish that? That’s about 12,000 words per month, or about 400 per day (about 2 pages). Or say you want to change jobs in 2013. What skills do you need for your new position? If there’s a course you need to take, how long does it last, and how much work is involved per month? Per day? Then set your goals based on what you need to do at each interval and monitor your progress as you go. That way if you’ve miscalculated how long it will take, you can adjust your shorter-term goals accordingly. You can do more (getting finished more quickly) or less (getting finished more slowly, but knowing you will get finished) as needed.

    • It really depends on what it means to you. For some people, it’s happiness and health. For others it’s more tied into financial wealth. For others it’s succeeding at a particular goal (like running a marathon, for example). And there is long-term and short-term success and the differences between those to consider, too.

  2. if it is to reach a particular high position in my field. then how to reach that because it depends on other to give me that position if iam working in private sector. how to change the thinking of others to give me that position.

    • Great question, and I’ll follow up in more detail soon (within the next few weeks) in a longer post. But basically, to change how others think about you, change how you think about yourself and how you appear to them. So if you want to be in a particular position, imagine yourself in that position and practice feeling what it would be like in that position. Outwardly, dress as though you are already in that position.

    • It really depends on what it means to you. For some people, it’s happiness and health. For others it’s more tied into financial wealth. For others it’s succeeding at a particular goal (like running a marathon, for example). And there is long-term and short-term success and the differences between those to consider, too.

  3. Success is actualizing or achieving a set objective. it is a relative term because it is measured by one’s goals, vision or assignment as the case may be.Success could be good or bad and success in what will ultimately fail is failure all together

    • There’s some great discussion about how to define success in the comments below….have a look around and let me know if you have any questions.

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