1. In moments you doubted yourself, how did you regain your confidence?
  2. In moments when you were full of confidence what did you do to keep your edge?
  3. How has your definition of success evolved over time?
  4. If you could tell your younger self one thing, what would you say?
  5. How have you learned to create more meaning in your life?
  6. What did people say about you in the past that hurt you – that now are words which no longer matter?
  7. What did you need to succeed in the past that you no longer require?

Bonus: What do you believe now that you didn’t before?

Worth noting: The people you admire the most will likely answer with, “I don’t know. That’s a good question.”

That’s because they’re still learning. They haven’t yet arrived where they want to go.

Ask them anyway: What are you learning now?

(Who do you admire?)

P.S. I’ll be asking questions like the above of a leader I admire in our next Collaborative Leader’s Huddle November 2nd at 8:00am MTN. Register here.

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