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“The key to wisdomis knowing the right questions.”
— John Simone
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George Bernard Shaw once said,“Better keep yoursel clean and bright;you are the window through which youmust see the world.” As we go throughour busy day-to-day lives, sometimeswe lose ocus on who and whatreally matter. Here are a ew thought-provoking questions that just may helpyou adjust your ocus and provide youwith unexpected answers.
• What advice do you wish you
could’ve given yoursel 10 years ago?
• What would you try if you knew you
• How old would you be if you didn’t
know how old you are?
• Which is worse: failing or never
• Who has had the greatest impact on
your lie and why?
• What is your biggest weakness?• What are you passionate about?• If you could learn any skill overnight,
what would it be?
• Who or what inspires you and why?• What are you most grateful for in life?• What can you do today that you were
not capable o a year ago?
• When it’s all said and done, will you
have said more than you’ve done?
• If happiness were the national
currency, what kind o work wouldmake you rich?
• What one thing have you not donethat you really want to do? What’s
holding you back?
• Would you rather be a worried
genius or a joyul simpleton?
• Are you holding onto something
you need to let go o?
• Which is worse: a good friend
moving away or losing touch with agood riend who lives near you?
• Would you rather lose all of your
old memories or never be able tomake new ones?
• How do you dene success?• What is the best advice you’ve ever
• If not now, when?
Sometimes, dicult answersbecome clear when you ask yoursel
the right questions. If you have any
questions about printing or wayswe can help you with an upcomingproject, please let us know!
is one o the most popular nancial gurus in America. By age 26, he established a $4 millionreal-estate portolio, only to lose it by age 30. Ater his loss, he began counseling couples at his local church.He has since rebuilt his nancial lie and now devotes himsel ull-time to helping ordinary people understandthe orces behind their economic distress and how to set things right—monetarily, emotionally, and spiritually.This author, radio host, television personality, and motivational speaker is an inspiration to millions or hislie-changing nancial advice.
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