Does anyone here know about the "6 Questions"?

by shizzle84 12 replies
Has anyone here heard of Marshall Goldsmith? He wrote this really interesting personal development book "What Got You Here, Won't Get You There". He's written some newer stuffs too like "Triggers" - another really great book if you're into personal development.

Anyways, there's this magic 6 questions that Marshall lectures about which has helped more than half of the people who do it to improve within 2 months or so...

It's "Have I done my best to create..."
1) Happiness?
2) Meaningful?
3) Engaged?
4) Build good relations?
5) Set clear goals?
6) Progress to goals?

And what you're supposed to do is rate it from 1-10.

I seem to be going up and down with my score, but I feel like my life has been improving. And I'd like to take this exercise to another level, and I was wanted to ask anyone out here who would be interested to partner with me on this?

The "other level" by the way, is to make a list of specific questions, for you - and get someone to check up on you about them once a week. The questions can be something about your life goal or something like - have you gone for a check-up at the doctor's? It's up to you to come up with the questions.

And this stuff is supposed to be very effective in changing your life.

Anyone interested to partner up for this?
#mind warriors #6 questions
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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    but there are only six
    hard to rate six things 1 to 10
    guess i will stick with putting toothpaste back into a tube
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    No, l think that l would rather create wealth, than do this.

    But that is just me.

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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Hurst
    These things are in the back of my mind, though they tend to take second seat in things...
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    • Profile picture of the author shizzle84
      That's the idea... to bring it to the forefront of your life. It's disturbing for most people but those who go through that change for the better... Apparently.

      It's kind of worked for me so far... I can say that much.
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      • Profile picture of the author Andrew Hurst
        I think about at the end of my life will i wish that I gave more, created more happiness. indeed.
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        • Profile picture of the author shizzle84
          You know what they say about sarcasm?
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  • Profile picture of the author promike
    It is a good start

    All of those question will bring you wealth in the long run

    in response of "tagiscom"
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    • Profile picture of the author shizzle84
      So Mr Promike... Would you like to try this out with someone? Like "me" maybe?
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  • Profile picture of the author Paulk59
    Motivation is a very personal thing, you never know what cause or reaction can put you in gear to start running and it's usually something you wouldn't expect.
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    • Profile picture of the author shizzle84
      You wanna give it a shot?
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      • Profile picture of the author Paulk59
        For me, it's putting others first (family). Keeps me balanced and not focused on myself, again that's just me. There's all kinds of books and lectures out there but each may have its little part that helps you.
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