Self Reflection | Better Believe It!

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Sometimes I get mired down in routine day in and day out, and after some time goes by I wonder, “Man, how did I get here?” I think it’s important to set aside time each morning – or at least once a week – to ask yourself useful questions. If you take time to do some self-reflection regularly, you have much more control over your life and the direction you’re heading – and you’re doing it all consciously. If you start this new habit (or if you’re already doing it), make sure you’re asking useful questions. A few examples of useless questions include: Why am I so unlucky? Why am I so fat? Why did Joe do that? Not all “Why” questions are bad, but a lot of them are. Don’t make judgments (e.g., “Why am I so fat?). A better question is, “What is one thing I can do…