Image: The Secret Facebook Page. Know your intent. Answer these additional questions, as well as those in Identifying Your Top Priorities: Part 1 - you will then begin to realise what makes you tick.
There are a few more questions and values determinants to address when identifying your top priorities in life. To all you wonderful subscribers and readers to Self Avenue, I am now following on from Part 1 when it comes to this topic.
No doubt, some interesting observations about what really makes you tick would have come to the fore. After answering the four questions below about you and your life, you'll get to see the full picture as to who you really are as a person. You'll be able to identify what really motivates you, and in which areas of your life you should continue to focus most of your energies on for optimum results, abundance and prosperity.
1. Where are you the most ordered, disciplined and reliable in?
In the areas of your life in which you're the most organised, disciplined in reliable in - are in those areas that are most important and valuable to you. For example, if your health is high up on your list of priorities - you'll know exactly how much your private health insurance premiums are every month, and even going as far as to how many calories you consume on a daily basis. You might even know exactly how much iron absorption is in your multi-vitamins to name. On the other hand, if your finances are high up on your life's values, your receipts and other financial paperwork will be in order. You will also know exactly how much you have in assets, and conversely with your liabilities if you have any. You will also know round about exactly how much is coming in and coming out. You're loving the flow of money coming in and coming out. On the other hand, if your finances are lower on your priority list, you'll dread those bills and panic. You might also be up to your eyeballs in credit card debt, and keep all of your receipts scattered in a shoe box - or worse, crumpled and stuffed in your wallet.
2. What do you think about internally the most?
Yes, that internal dialogue that never shuts up in most cases. What do you think about the most to yourself? Personally, I can't stop thinking about my wonderful media and hospitality business, as challenging and frustrating it can be at times. Even on a complete day off this still occurs, unless I happen to be meditating. Although personal, I also have an intimate goal to pay off my home as quickly as possible. This is why my mind is inspired to come up with even more business ideas, in order to keep myself on track in this area. If you're focusing on your partner, then your love life is important to you. Ditto in that area of my life. I can't stop thinking about my gorgeous man, even though I can concentrate on my business conversely. There is a time and place for everything.
3. What topics do you talk with others about the most?
Pretend you're at a party, or in some other social situation. If someone else in your social circle is talking about something that is high up on your priorities; you will be wide awake, ultra attentive and alert. On the other hand, if this same person is talking about something that is low or lower on your life's priorities list, you'll become bored, restless and sleepy. Pretend a couple are together at this same party and hear the same conversations on children and then investing. The woman's priority are the kids, while the man loves to invest. The man will be wide awake when a particular conversation is on property investing, while the woman will highly likely yawn and get rather sleepy during the same conversation.
4. What area/s of your life do you visualise about and set goals towards the most?
When setting goals and visualising your life the way you want it to be, you will be able to set goals on those areas of your life that are high up on your priorities list with ease and grace. On the other hand, when setting goals for the area/s of your life that are lower on your priorities list, you'll struggle in doing so. This process would be a chore, as opposed to a pleasurable personal development activity in the latter cases.
Guys, stay tuned on self Avenue. Why? Within the next week I will write up and publish an article on helping you re-arrange your top priorities, should you decide to make some significant life changes on the answers you came up with - on the questions I have asked you here, combined with the other four questions I asked you back in Part 1 about a week ago, as at the time of writing this. Enjoy and stay tuned.