11 Questions to Reflect on from Never Get Angry Again by David J. Lieberman

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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11 Questions to Reflect on from Never Get Angry Again by David J. Lieberman

        1. We must open ourselves up to the field of possibilities by asking ourselves, What do I want out of life?
        2. What would you do if you could not fail?
        3. What would you do if you didn’t have the problems that you have?
        4. What would you do if you had all the money that you ever needed?
        5. What would you do if no one would ever find out/if everyone would find out?
        6. “What lesson can I learn from this person?”
        7. What is my objective right now? What can I control right now? What can I say or do to find a solution or to better the situation?
        8. Why would we choose to focus on what disturbs us, rather than on what enthuses or invigorates us?
        9. It comes down to a choice. Are you going to live your life of appreciation or expectation?
        10. We can’t expect to control the first thought that enters our minds, but how much energy do we give to it to feed on?
        11. Will we rise to meet life head-on or turn away and sink into the deceptive comfort of a counterfeit existence?

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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