1. What did I learn this week?
If it is difficult for you to answer this question, it is time for a change. No matter how old you are you should be learning something new every week.
2. What was my greatest achievement this past week?
Writing your achievements is a healthy and easy way to raise your self-confidence, set new goals for yourself and track your progress.
3. What is the most memorable moment of the past week?
In this way you can open your mind to new goals and desires you didn’t know were burning within you. It’s also a great way to keep good memories for the future.
4. What is the first thing I have to accomplish next week?
Setting an initial goal will help you distinguish between what’s important and what isn’t when it comes to your task list, and also give you a new angle on things you may not have noticed before.
5. What can I do right now to make next week less stressful?
Whether it's jotting down reminders, filling up gas, or putting in a good workout, consider how you can spend a little time this week to make time next week.
6. What have I struggled with in the past that could help me this week?
The idea behind this question is to think about what you’ve learned from the mistakes and challenges of the past that can serve you for the future. You might be surprised to discover that many times in the past you’ve dealt with problems similar to the problems you face in the present.
7. What was my biggest distraction this past week?
Just knowing what you spent most of your time (physically and mentally) in the past week can bring you to a state where you think twice before you fall into the same distraction next week.
8. Am I carrying baggage from the previous week with me into the coming week?
Whether it's an emotional storm, unfulfilled errands or other kinds of "baggage", there are many things we carry with us that can be left behind to start the new weak on a clean new page.
9. What task did I progress in this week?
It does ’t matter whether it's personal professional, we all avoid "annoying" tasks. It's time to stop dodging them and finish what you have to do. If these tasks take 20 minutes or less, schedule them in for next Sunday, and if they take longer, schedule them in throughout the week and commit to doing them.
10. What opportunities are on the table?
If you have an opportunity that is just waiting for you to pick up, decide that this week is the time. Plan everything from the execution plan to the timetable. Remember - if opportunities were given over and over, they wouldn’t be called "opportunities".
11. Is there anyone I intended to talk to and didn’t this last week?
Communication is the basis for solving problems even before they start, don’t give up a healthy conversation with those around you, and contact with old friends or relatives.
12. Is there anyone who deserves thanks from you?
When you invest thought in your week, think of the people who helped you. Gratitude is the most important thing in human relationships, so show others that you care about them. As you would probably want to hear thanks for your actions, make sure to show your friends your appreciation.
13. How can I help someone in the coming week?
The best way to get what you want is to help others achieve what they want. It isn’t a matter of hidden interest or hypocrisy, but of courtesy that brings with it courtesy.
14. What are my top 3 goals for the next 3 years?
In order to advance in life, you must set realistic goals for the long-term and meet them. Remind yourself every week what it is you want to accomplish, and where you want to go.
15. Did my last decision bring me closer to achieving these goals?
If the answer to this question is no, you probably need to rethink your decisions.
16. What is the next step in achieving the ultimate goal?
In order to reach the big goal, it must be divided into small stages. Each week, ask yourself what step you need to take next.
17. What am I looking forward to this coming week?
The answer to this question will fill you with motivation for the new week, and make the week more meaningful. If you don’t have an answer to this question, make fun plans with friends, family or just yourself, anything that’ll have you looking forward to the week.
18. What am I afraid of?
Recognizing your fears, again and again, every week is a slow progression towards overcoming them. With small steps at your fingertips, you can finally conquer the thing you are afraid of.
19. What am I most thankful for?
To be thankful for things in your life is a great way to stay in perspective, give up resentment and remember what really matters.
20. If this was my last week on earth, what would I do?
This is a small reminder of how short life is, and that you should spend some time this week with your favorite people.