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questions to ask yourself
middot adaptability accounting questions to ask yourself

questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar

art-questionsUse these questions to evaluate your day:

      1. What were the seeds that started to erode your adaptibility today?
      2. Were there circumstances where you struggled with adapting? What was your response? Did you become irritable, angry, quiet or difficult to be around?
      3. Did situations arise where you had no control today? Did you adapt or react negatively?
      4. Was there a situation in which something new was introduced to you? Did you seek to learn more about it or reject it because it was unfamiliar and required effort on your part?
      5. Were you able to use prayer or meditation to help you through a new and possibly unsettling situation?
      6. Did something unexpected happen today? What was your reaction?
      7. What types of situations put you on edge? Out of stock menu item, late bus, bad internet connection….discuss.
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