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Personal Growth Questions to Help You
It’s that time of year again – the time when we all take a step back and reflect on the past twelve months. Journaling is a great way to do this, and it can be especially helpful for personal growth. If you’re not sure where to start, these personal growth questions can help get you started. They’ll help you reflect on your goals for the next year, both personal and professional; your favorite moments from the past year; what you learned about yourself over the past year; and how you want to improve in the coming year. So sit down with a pen and paper (or your favorite journaling app), and get started!
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1. What Are Your Goals for the Next Year, Both Personal and Professional?
What are your goals for the next year, both personal and professional? This is a great question to start with because it can help you set the tone for your journaling. If you’re not sure what you want to achieve in the next year, this question can help you figure that out. Think about what you want to accomplish, both personally and professionally. What kind of person do you want to be? What do you want to achieve? Write down your goals for the coming year, and then refer back to them as you
2. What Were Some of Your Favorite Moments From This Year, and Why Were They Meaningful to You?
What were some of your favorite moments from this year, and why were they meaningful to you? This is a great question to reflect on the past year. What were some of the highlights? What moments made you feel good? Why were they so meaningful to you? Write down your favorite moments from the past year, and then reflect on why they meant so much to you.
3. What Did You Learn About Yourself Over the Past Year, Both Good and Bad?
What did you learn about yourself over the past year, both good and bad? This is a great question to help you reflect on your personal growth over the past year. What did you learn about yourself, both good and bad? What did you discover that you’re proud of? What do you want to change about yourself? Write down what you learned about yourself over the past year, and then use that information to set goals for the coming year.
4. How Do You Want to Improve Yourself in the Coming Year – What Steps Will You Take to Make that Happen?
How do you want to improve yourself in the coming year – what steps will you take to make that happen? This is a great question to help you focus on your personal growth for the coming year. What do you want to improve about yourself? What steps will you take to make that happen? Write down your plans for self-improvement, and then refer back to them as you
5. Who Are the People in Your Life That You’re Grateful for, and Why Are They Important to You?
Who are the people in your life that you’re grateful for, and why are they important to you? This is a great question to reflect on the people who matter most in your life. Who are the people that you’re grateful for? Why are they so important to you? Write down the people in your life that you’re grateful for, and then reflect on why they matter so much to you.
6. If You Could Change One Thing About Yourself, What Would It Be and Why?
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why? This is a great question to help you reflect on your personal growth. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? Why would you want to change that thing? Write down what you would change about yourself, and then reflect on why you would want to make that change.
These personal growth questions can help you
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