100+ Good Questions About Life to Ask Yourself Today

There are times when you need your own attention; you need to talk to yourself, question yourself. Asking questions is essential for self-awareness and personal development. 

When you question yourself, it’s natural for your thoughts to go blank if you’ve never asked yourself such questions before. There is nothing wrong with you, it happens with everyone including me. Simply take some time to consider each issue and let your mind answer you.

I am listing more than 100 questions for you to ask yourself today about life. Why waste money taking therapy when you are capable of treating yourself? Ask these.

100+ Good Questions About Life to Ask Yourself Today

  1. Who are you? Not your name, not your achievements.
  2. What is your life goal?
  3. Why do you have to live?
  4. Are you on the right path?
  5. Are you sure you respect your feelings?
  6. Are you sure you have not hurt yourself?
  7. Why is it important to face yourself?
  8. Are you in love with yourself?
  9. What brings me joy?
  10. Is it true that I’m a wonderful friend?
  11. Who would I put my life in the hands of?
  12. What is it that I am most terrified of?
  13. Am I making a difference in the world?
  14. Is it true that I’m an excellent communicator?
  15. Who makes me the most envious, and why?
  16. Why do you think life is? 
  17. What is it about yourself that you admire the most?
  18. What can you do today to love yourself more?
  19. What does your ideal self look like?
  20. Who do you look up to the most?
  21. What makes you think you can be like them?
  22. How would you describe your ideal life partner?
  23. Where are you going to look for him/her?
  24. What are your options for getting to know him or her?
  25. What would you do if you only had a year to live?
  26. What would you do if you only had a week to live?
  27. What would you do if you only had one day left to live?
  28. What would you do if you only had one minute to live?
  29. Do you have a fear of allowing individuals to get close to you?
  30. Is there anything you can’t let go of? Is it finally time to let go?
  31. Is it possible that I’m being too harsh on myself, or that I’m not being harsh enough?
  32. What about my future concerns me the most?
  33. What dreams have I abandoned?
  34. What do you have the most in common with? Why?
  35. What is one piece of advise you would provide to a new baby?
  36. Is it worse to fail or to never try?
  37. Why do we do the things we don’t like and never seem to like?
  38. What are you trying to avoid?
  39. What is one career, cause, or hobby that would make you want to get out of bed every day for the rest of your life? Is that something you’re doing right now?
  40. Will you have said more than you’ve done when it’s all said and done?
  41. What aspects of myself do I need to improve?
  42. At the end of my life, what do I want to be remembered for?
  43. Is my life under control of someone?
  44. Am I really living the way I deserve to live?
  45. What are your plans for the day? Will it make a difference in a year? Three years? How about five years?
  46. What are your Quadrant 2 responsibilities? What’s the best way to get started on them?
  47. What are you searching for right now in terms of opportunities?
  48. What steps can you take to make these possibilities a reality?
  49. What are your most important ambitions and dreams?
  50. Is there anything preventing you from going after them? Why? What are your options for dealing with these issues?
  51. Do you enjoy what you do for a living? Why do you think that is?
  52. What kind of job would you like to have?
  53. What can someone do to catch your eye?
  54. On your way home from work, what do you normally think about?
  55. What is one of the modern world’s drawbacks?
  56. What is a simple fact that you wish more people were aware of?
  57. How can you begin to build your ideal career right now?
  58. What is the ideal diet for you?
  59. What have you made a commitment to?
  60. What do you think you’re most likely mistaken about?
  61. How would you divide your autobiography into chapters?
  62. What have you had to unlearn recently?
  63. What could you make a 40-minute presentation about if you had no idea what you were going to say?
  64. What is the one thing you’d like to know the solution to?
  65. What would you do with the extra time if you didn’t have to sleep?
  66. Why did you make the decision to do what you’re doing now?
  67. What has been the finest and worst advise you’ve ever received?
  68. What is the most powerful ‘no’ you’ve recently said?
  69. What has been the most traumatic event in your life?
  70. What are some of the things you do that take up too much of your time? What do you not devote enough time to?
  71. What brings you the most joy?
  72. What do you know you do differently than the majority of people?
  73. What advice would you give to yourself if you could travel back in time five years? How about a year ago?
  74. What modest act of kindness from a stranger left a lasting impression on you?
  75. What do you have planned for the next few months?
  76. Have you ever felt that you were on the wrong track in your life? How did you retrace your steps?
  77. What would you like to have as your epitaph?
  78. What are you kicking yourself for not doing? Why haven’t you gone ahead and done it?
  79. Which is more concerning to you: doing the right thing or doing the right thing?
  80. For me, what would an ideal day look like?
  81. What is it about yourself that I admire?
  82. When was the last time I felt fully alive?
  83. What do individuals frequently want help with when they come to me for assistance?
  84. What do I believe to be my most significant accomplishment in the previous five years?
  85. What is the most difficult aspect of my job? How do i deal with it?
  86. What was a pivotal moment in my life?
  87. What one thing could happen today to make it even better?
  88. What kind of work would make you wealthy if happiness became the national currency?
  89. Have you been the type of buddy you’d want to hang out with?
  90. Do the things that used to bother you a few years ago still bother you? What’s different now?
  91. Would you want to have less work or more jobs that you enjoy?
  92. What kind of approval do you require or desire in order to proceed?
  93. What do you have to lose if you take the risk?
  94. What would your life be like if there was no criticism in the world?
  95. We’re always making decisions. Is it for your own tale or for someone else’s?
  96. What are the steps to achieving your optimal diet?
  97. How would you describe your ideal home?
  98. What steps do you need to take to make your dream home a reality?
  99. What would your ideal physical appearance be?
  100. What should you do to get your perfect physical appearance?
  101. What would your dream life be like?
  102. What can you do to start living the life of your dreams?
  103. What would you do if you had the opportunity to do anything for free for the rest of your life?
  104. Are you living the life you’ve always wanted? 
  105. Why do you think you are living like you wanted to?

The two questions I advise you to advise yourself are:

How much do you care what other people think of you?

Undoubtedly we all care just too much about people. If you’re always asking yourself questions, you won’t be present or your best self. You’ll never truly know what other people think of you. 

Rather than worrying, be your most self-assured self and focus on what you want to say. 

What kind gesture can you make today for someone else?

Make someone smile, give a coworker his favourite morning beverage, or call your mother and listen to her tell you about her week with care. 

Remember, even small gestures can have a significant impact on someone’s day. 

The bottom line: we all have gone through the time when we needed to ask ourselves some questions, if you have asked something different then share it in the comments with me.

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