THE IMPORTANT OF QUESTIONING 15th May 2020 Welcome to Divine-Royalty Fearless Motivation

Welcome to Divine-Royalty Fearless Motivation

A questioner never get lost Questioning is the key means by which a coach find out what pupils already know, identify gaps in knowledge and understanding and scaffold the development of their understanding to enable them to close the gap between what they currently know and the learning goals.

We can use question to discover our passion, who we are or what we are created to do.

Let’s see 7 Questions to Help you Find your Passion

  1. What did you really love doing as a child? What did you seem to have a natural talent for?
    1. What are you willing to do for free because it brings you satisfaction and fulfillment?

    2. What sorts of things absorb your attention, and cause you to lose all sense of time?

    3. Do you prefer to work with others, or by yourself?

    4. Do you prefer order and structure, or do you prefer freedom, and the chance to be spontaneous?

    5. What would you do, and where would you work, if someone told you they would finance your dream? Would you build a business? Travel? Spend it on yourself? Invest it in doing something meaningful for others?

    6. If you were asked to picture the ideal life, what would it look like? What would be all the different aspects and components?

N:B- After reading this, if you have a question ask before the next day. Because once this day is gone bye, I cannot come back to this topic. Shalom

Published by Kingsley

I am Kingsley UcheChukwu Vincent, the author of the book, Rise Above Discouragement. I am an Inspirational and Motivational Speaker, a writer and a servant of The Most High God. I am passionate about transforming individuals through my writing and speech. I hold a strong belief that reformation and transformation of society can only become a reality in the presence of life changing informations: where there is no such information people get deformed. Do follow my blog by E-mail to get my posts right in your inbox.

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