The Most Important Questions To Ask Yourself

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Before we talk about the most important questions to ask yourself, let me ask you this Have you ever felt that you’re not making any progress? Does it sometimes feel that not much has changed over the past few years? Do you wish for things to “get better”, but somehow they don’t?

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THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF

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Most important questions to ask yourself, let me ask you this BEFORE WE TALK

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Have you ever felt that you’re not making any progress? Does it sometimes feel that not much has changed over the past few years? Do you wish for things to “get better”, but somehow they don’t?

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The Most Important Questions To Ask Yourself CONTROL YOUR FOCUS

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WHERE FOCUS GOES ENERGY FLOWS

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HOW DO YOU CONTROL YOUR FOCUS ?

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This question has a very specific timeframe: 3 years TIME FRAME

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Most people overestimate what they can do in 1 year. 3 years is a very realistic timeframe to achieve ambitious goals It is VERY realistic to start trading and make enough money to quit your job in 3 years from now

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Including your personal and professional life into this question, you’re making sure that you are covering all areas of your life BOTH PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY

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“what has to happen personally”, When you ask yourself Family Health Relationships Free Time Spirituality On the one hand, it’s specific enough to cover all areas of your life and yet broad enough so that you don’t limit yourself.

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What has to have happened in your life, both personally and professionally” allows us to list both positive and negative things I will no longer have to sit in traffic in rush hour (negative) I don’t have to deal with annoying coworkers any more (negative) I have $1,000,000 in my bank account (positive) And I don’t have to worry about paying bills anymore (negative)

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This part of the question taps into the most basic and powerful human need: Feeling happy! We all strive for happiness! TO FEEL HAPPY

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In order to design a life worth living, design a life that makes you HAPPY! If having $10,000,000 in your bank account makes you happy, that’s covered. If feeding 100,000 kids in Africa makes you happy, that’s covered. If spending every minute of the day with your family and friends makes you happy, that’s covered.

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Notice that the question does not ask “what would make you feel happy?” It asks “what would make you feel happy with your progress?” WITH YOUR PROGRESS

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By asking about the PROGRESS, it allows us to create an intermediate step.  It means that we don’t need to be “done” in 3 years.  It means that we get to the next level in 3 years. And then we can take another 3 years to get to another level. Here’s a personal example: When I quit my 6-figure job at IBM, my first goal was to have $1,000,000 in my account. After I achieved that goal, I set the next goal to have a net worth of $10,000,000. Right now, my goal is to achieve a net worth of $100,000,000.

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However, if I would have set a goal to go from $30,000 in my bank account to $100,000,000 in net worth in 3 years, it would have been VERY unrealistic. But to go from $30,000 to $1,000,000 in 3 years is very realistic. And you know what they say: The first million is the most difficult. Therefore setting a goal to go from $1 Million to $10 Million in 3 years is very realistic, too. And once you learn how to achieve a net worth of $10 Million, it’s very realistic to target a net worth of $100 Million in 3 years.

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As you can see, this question is one of the most important questions to ask yourself

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READ THE ENTIRE BLOG https://www.rockwelltrading.com/coffee-with-markus/the-most-important-questions-to-ask-yourself-part-1/

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