Powerful Questions for 2018 . . . Week 10

Are you getting in the groove yet on these powerful questions offered each week in 2018? I hope so. Let’s see how we respond to seven questions for week ten of 2018, challenging us with this month’s lifeskill, Career/Money Management. These questions are offered by Bob Tiede, At Leading With Questions, from wisdom leaders around the nation and world.

*Source: Marc Chernoff’s list of questions,
Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself in 2018.

Question 1: What one thing have you not done that you really want to do?

This may seem odd to some, but I cannot think of anything new I would do that I haven’t already done. I just love my simple life; not easy at times but fulfilling. However, I do want to finish some of my writing projects, particularly two. The first one is a thought for a day calendar for women going through the “pause.” Hopefully, the calendar will offer some wit and wisdom for those of us who “yucked” it through! The other writing project is an historical novel covering a few generations of Irish immigrants making it to America, making it big, and not without life’s trials and triumphs.

Question 2: If you haven’t achieved it yet what do you have to lose?

Nothing to lose at all, except maybe losing the regret not doing it. And that’s a loss worth losing!

Question 3: What would you not give up for $1,000,000 in cash?

I would not give up my family, faith, or my integrity. These are the core basics for living life and leaving it without regrets.

Question 4: How do you define success?

Success to me is fulfilling my life purpose and helping others succeed.

Question 5: What can money not buy?

I guess I can repeat myself here. Money can’t buy the true love of a family, my faith, and integrity.

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Question 6: Beyond the titles that others have given you, who are you?

My name is Sharon. What is your name? That is the connection for us all as human beings sharing a spot on this planet. Titles may be useful at times and actually help us connect with each other in particular areas of interest. Beyond that, hopefully, we can all connect as fellow human beings seeking to do what is right and best for us all.

Question 7: What was your last major accomplishment?

As a writer, a few years ago I finished and published an extensive, self-paced lifeskills book, Celebrating Your Journey, Lifeskills in Synergy. This book reflects my life’s work as a lifeskills consultant and coach for more than 25 years. The experiences and insights offered have been the result of those colleagues and pioneering advocates who shared their expertise with me along the way. May my book offer you the opportunity for life-changing decisions and champion you into action each day and the years ahead.

Now, it’s your turn again, getting in the groove!