13 Questions to Reflect on from The Mountain Is You by Brianna Wiest.

These are my favorite lines from the self-development books that I have read. These are my highlights – the lines I will live by. I may no longer find the time to read the books again but I will definitely reread these highlighted lines to guide me.

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13 Questions to Reflect on from The Mountain Is You by Brianna Wiest.

      1. Instead of wondering whether or not someone else will think you are enough, stop and ask yourself: Is my life enough for me?
      2. Begin to ask yourself: What would the most powerful version of me do right now?
      3. When you find yourself struggling with something, you have to ask yourself: Do I actually want to do this?
      4. Are you still holding an outdated idea of what your greatest success will be, and if so, what would it look like to let that go?
      5. How often do we not even attempt something because we are afraid to look bad or fail immediately?
      6. Is the fear of the future a symbol for not living fully right now?
      7. Is the anxiety about making decisions a symbol for knowing what you really want and being too afraid to choose it?
      8. How do you really feel about your life when you aren’t looking at it through the eyes of others?
      9. What, and who, is worth suffering for? Close your eyes and imagine the best version of yourself. What is that person?
      10. If social media didn’t exist, what would you do with your life?
      11. What comes most naturally to you?
      12. What would your ideal daily routine look like?
      13. What do you want your legacy to be?

What’s your favorite line so far?

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Just reading and writing my way out of this messy adult life! I have transitioned from having piles of notebooks stacked underneath my bed from writing on the internet and allowing people worldwide to read.

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