Let’s skip all of the social statistics like your birth date, where you grew up and went to school, your first job and the names of all your relatives. Let’s start with knowing who you are from the inside out.
What do you like about being indoors?
What do you like about being outdoors?
What are your favorite foods and your least favorite foods?
What is your favorite thing to do and your least favorite thing to do?
What annoys you the most?
What makes you laugh?
What do you like about yourself?
What do you dislike about yourself?
Who do you like to hang-out with?
Who is always there for you, no matter what?
Do you read much? What do you like to read?
What games do you like to play? Who are your play partners?
If you don’t play games, why not?
What are the usual activities of your daily life?
Would you change any of your usual daily activities, if you could?
What would you change and why?
How does the change you’d make benefit yourself and others?
What are your favorite things in life? –favorite color, shoes, clothes, places to go, things to see, places to explore, activities, sports, and whatever else comes to mind.
How does each of the answers to these questions make you feel? -happy, sad, excited, worried, hopeful, restless, calm, irritated, and whatever other feelings come to mind.
If the answers are not making you feel good, what would you do differently to create a feeling that pleases you?
How would you go about getting to a place of feeling good about an answer to one of your life questions? What steps would you take? Hint: Choose small, easy steps.