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questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar


Use these questions to evaluate your day:

  1. What were the seeds that started to affect your enthusiasm today?
  2. Think of matters in which you were successful today, versus ones in which you weren't. Were they a function of your level of enthusiasm?
  3. Do you experience recurring snags in your walk forward or your daily activities? What is affecting your enthusiasm?
  4. If you were on the verge of getting stuck in a rut or wasting time, what did you employ that helped you become enthusiastic again?
  5. Did you use prayer or meditation to help you with your enthusiasm today?
  6. Did you procrastinate in doing something today?
  7. Do you avoid doing certain things because they are not your favorite tasks?
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