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2 questions that help define your purpose and happiness in life

2 questions that help define your purpose and happiness in life 

Perhaps a little help from famous movie actors can help here. Some actors seem to really be able to nail a character right on. They are so believable that it is hard to imagine later that anyone else would have been able to play it so well. So how do they do this?

I have heard one actor mention that he gets into character best when he asks himself two open ended questions:

  • What is her/ his greatest hope?
  • What is her/ his greatest fear?

The answers really help define the person that they are supposed to play. Great follow up questions could be why the person is hoping or fearing anything.

Your hopes and fears define you more than you may think now. Give it a try and have paper and pencil handy.

  • What is your greatest hope?
  • What is your greatest fear?

Happiness lurks around the corner when you know now what you would like to pursue and what you would like to avoid. Knowing what you want to pursue is also linked to who you are and what your purpose in life is. Happy pondering!

Ralf

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2 thoughts on “2 questions that help define your purpose and happiness in life

  1. Hi Ralf,

    Check out @johnadams on steemit.com

    Steemit pays you to blog, comment and “resteem” others posts. I think it may be an excellent forum for your blog. It takes some time to build up the following to get good payouts but at least you’re always building toward something. “Hope” is a bad business plan so I started researching where to move my social media stuff. Based on my experience in investing I found the blockchain and cryptocurrency world.

    https://steemit.com/@johnadams

    kind regards,
    John

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