What questions should I be asking myself?
OK, this question gets the “obvious award.” Any project based on questions starts with, “well, what question(s)?” But this question, for me, links to one of our House Rules (our 10 Commandments): “Look and listen – slow it down.” At almost any point, it helps to Stop, Look, and Listen. I’m consistently amazed at what I learn when I do those simple things. We get into a groove, and it can become a rut in no time at all – but if we pause, we might notice other options, other dreams, other ways of being that we wouldn’t be open to if we keep on at our same pace and direction.
Right now I’m into interval training – riding an exercise bike, and *every minute* I spend 30 seconds at high difficulty and 30 seconds recovering. It completely changes the workout for my mind and for my heart (literally). For the whole workout, I’m starting something new every 30 seconds. It’s like asking myself, “what should I be asking?” – entering into a different interval in the pace and direction of my life.
So – if you don’t know what 19 questions lie ahead of us, and I hope you don’t – what questions do you think should go on a list of “20 questions we should all be asking ourselves?”