Over the holidays, I took on a mini project to answer the questions from Mack and Angel Hack Life.
They came up with 365 thought provoking questions to ask yourself.
Its a great way to "psycho analyze" yourself. But it only works if you are honest.
Some of the questions where not necessarily repeats but addressed the same subject from a different point of view.
Here are some of My Favourites. These made me Pause and think HARD for a moment.
5. Who do you love and what are you doing about it?
11. What is the difference between living and existing?
12. If not now, then when?
16. If you had a friend who spoke to you in the same way that you sometimes speak to yourself, how long would you allow this person to be your friend?
20. Are you holding onto something that you need to let go of?
21. When you are 80-years-old, what will matter to you the most?
23. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
24. Would you break the law to save a loved one?
26. When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
27. If you had the opportunity to get a message across to a large group of people, what would your message be?
28. If the average human lifespan was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
38. If you could instill one piece of advice in a newborn baby’s mind, what advice would you give?
51. In the haste of your daily life, what are you not seeing?
59. If it all came back around to you, would it help you or hurt you?
62. What is the difference between falling in love and being in love?
87. Do you ever celebrate the green lights?
96. If you could ask one person, alive or dead, only one question, who would you ask and what would you ask?
97. If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
103. What does it mean to allow another person to truly love you?
105. If your life was a novel, what would be the title and how would your story end?
106. What would you not give up for $1,000,000 in cash?
112. If someone could tell you the exact day and time you are going to die, would you want them to tell you?
116. If you could live one day of your life over again, what day would you choose?
118. If you left this life tomorrow, how would you be remembered?
119. Beyond the titles that others have given you, who are you?
120. If you could live the next 24 hours and then erase it and start over just once, what would you do?
124. What do you owe yourself?
125. What would your ‘priceless’ Mastercard-style commercial be?
130. When you think of ‘home,’ what, specifically, do you think of?
131. What’s the difference between settling for things and accepting the way things are?
132. How many of your friends would you trust with your life?
144. Is it better to have loved and lost or to have never loved at all?
147. If you were forced to eliminate every physical possession from your life with the exception of what could fit into a single backpack, what would you put in it?
155. Do you see to believe or believe to see?
159. If today was the last day of your life, who would you call and what would you tell them?
161. What do you have trouble seeing clearly in your mind?
169. For you personally, what makes today worth living?
180. What do you see when you look into the future?
185. If you could go back in time and tell a younger version of yourself one thing, what would you tell?
192. What is the greatest peer pressure you’ve ever felt?
206. What motivates you to be your best?
222. What is your saddest memory?
227. Right now, at this moment, what do you want most?
254. How would you spend your ideal day?
259. If you had to be someone else for one day, who would you be and why?
262. What is your biggest regret?
264. What’s something you don’t like to do that you are still really good at?
272. Who would you like to forgive?
273. At what point during the last five years have you felt lost and alone?
274. What is one opportunity you believe you missed out on when you were younger?
284. In twenty years, what do you want to remember?
290. What do you sometimes pretend you understand that you really don’t?
293. In one sentence, how would you describe your relationship with your mother?
306. If I gave you $1000 and told you that you had to spend it today, what would you buy?
309. Who was the last person you said “I love you” to?
317. What specific character trait do you want to be known for?
318. Are you more like your mom or your dad? In what way?
326. What things in life should always be free?
331. In what way are you your own worst enemy?
340. How do you deal with isolation and loneliness?
346. What job would you never do no matter how much it paid?
355. When did you first realize that life is short?
362. How would you describe your future in three words?