No matter how much of an extroverted person you are, truth is, that most of your life you will be spending by yourself, in your head. That’s why it’s so important to be at ease with you. However, to comfortable with yourself, the first step is to really get to know yourself. Once you know yourself, you are very likely to be able to understand why you are doing the things you do. I believe that knowing and understanding who you are is a big part of coming to peace with yourself. So, why don’t you to step 1 and answer these questions already?
- If something is forbidden, do you need it more or do you just turn away?
- Do you feel out of control sometimes? If yes, to which areas of your life does that apply?
- Imagine: your boss calls you and says ‘Hey, you know what? I don’t really need you this afternoon, but you still get paid since I am so rich and also fond of you’. What would you do with all that free time on your hands?
- Do you feel at ease in a chaotic environment? Why or why not?
- How much time do you spend looking for things you can’t find?
- Are you motivated if there’s some competition involved?
- What is easier
toyou? Doing things for yourself? Or doing things for other people?
- Do you work like, all the time? Or do you think about working a lot?
- Do you follow the rules or are you a disobeyer?
- Do you work well under pressure?
- What would your perfect day look like?
- How much TV do you watch in a week (include computer time spent watching videos, movies, and YouTube)?
- Are you an early bird or a night owl?
- Do you get more satisfaction out of saving time or saving money?
- All eyes on you: how do you feel?
- Is your life “on hold” in any aspect? Until you finish your thesis, get married, lose weight or whatever?
- If you had all the energy ever, what would you do?
- Wow, you suddenly have an extra room in your house? How would you use it?
- Name the people and activities that energize you. And who and what exhausts you?
- How good are you at throwing away the shit you don’t want or need anymore?
- Are you easily frustrated?
- At what time do you usually go to bed and how many hours of sleep do you get?
- It’s the 1st of January 2020. Where do you stand? What would you have liked to accomplish and how does that probably affect your happiness?
- Name the one person (out of the whole wide world) you would like to go to dinner with.
- How would you feel about being famous? And if you got there, what would you wanna be celebrated for?
- What’s the last time you sang to yourself? Or to another person?
- Choose: You’re 30 years old and you’re gonna live another 60 years. Would you rather spend those 60 years in the body of a 30-year-old or in the mind of a 30-year-old?
- Do you have premonitions about your death? If yes, what are they?
- What do you feel most grateful for?
- If you could change one thing about the way you were raised, what would it be?
- If you could pick one new quality or trait, what would it be?
- If there was anyone who could predict your future, would you want to know anything? If yes, what would it be? If no, why?
- Is there something you dream about
doing,but haven’t done yet? Why didn’t you do it already?
- What’s the best thing you achieved in life yet?
the mostimportant to you in term of friendship?
- What’s your most valuable memory?
- What’s your most horrible memory?
- What if you’d know you would die within a year? Would you change something about your life? If yes, what and why would you change it?
- What does friendship mean to you?
- How do you feel about love and affection?
- How close and warm is your family? Do you feel like your youth was better than most people?
- How do you feel about your relationship with your mother?
- Fill in the blanks: “I wish I had someone to share … with”
- What’s your biggest embarrassment?
- When was the last time you cried in front of someone else?
- Which subject would you never joke about?
- If you were to die tonight, without the possibility to communicate, what would be your biggest regret (in terms of telling people things)? And why didn’t you
- Your house is burning down. You saved your loved ones and your pet, but there’s one more thing you can save. What would it be and why?
- Out of all of your relatives, whose death would be worst to you and why?
And if, after all these questions, you still feel like a blank to yourself, then you could always order this deck from The School of Life.