10 Questions Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Ask

10 Questions Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Ask

1. If I could change one thing about myself that’s been holding me back, what would it be? 

This is a tough question since many of us are in denial when it comes to changing the habits that hold us back the most. Whether you are struggling financially, slightly overweight, or smoking cigarettes, deal with it as soon as possible. In other words, don’t settle for failure when you want success.

2. Did I do everything I could today to make tomorrow the way I want it to be? 

At the end of each day, you either rejoice or regret what you did in your day. If you’ve done everything you could today, tomorrow will always work itself out. This way, you’ll make every day count towards your success.

3. How would the person I would like to be do what I’m about to do?

What you’re basically asking is, “If I were in the year 2020, would I make the decisions that I’m making right now?”  This will allow you to behave like the person that you’ve been striving to be.

4. Who could have helped me today if I had only asked…? 

There isn’t a day that goes by where you couldn’t have asked for more help. Leverage your responsibilities by asking for help. It doesn’t really matter who you ask, just ask!

5. How would I act today if I knew that I would be getting what I want tomorrow? 

We all have a deep promise within us. Some of us just need faith to activate that promise. If you were 100 percent sure of your future, how would you act if you knew that everything that you wanted will come to fruition?

Read: 6 Signs You’re Not Cut Out for Entrepreneurship

6. What are 3 major improvements that I can make within the next 30 days? 

We all have improvements that we need to make in our lives. They constantly nag at us and we need to address them. Instead of running away from them, seek to improve your life and enhance yourself by directly dealing with these issues.

7. How can I deliver more value to more people in less time? 

In short, ask yourself, “How do I become better to more people in the fastest way possible?” It will also help you to expand your influence. You’ll be surprised by how much this question can change your life completely.

8. If there was one goal that I must accomplish within the next 3 months, what would it be? 

Get serious with yourself and focus on the one overarching goal that you need to accomplish within the next three months. If you do, you will make tremendous strides in your life and overcome many obstacles.

Read: It’s Never too Late to Live Your Dreams. Here are 5 Ways to Do It.

9. How do I give more of myself to those that are in need of me? 

Right where you are, there are many people who need your help. If you know of any way that you can help, make sure you do it. Whether you’re working your local homeless shelter or reading poems to hospital patients, these people need you desperately so reach down and lend them a hand!

10. How do I increase the quality and quantity of my work?

Getting better at what you do is only going to help those you serve. Speeding up your work (automation, mass-production, delegation, etc.) is another way to serve those people on a greater scale with your excellent product or service!

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  5. These are really intense questions, and I’m glad I found them today. I’m still in the process of building my blog, and I’m learning a lot along the way. I’m enjoying the amount of quality yet simplistic information on here, every article so far has been a great source of information. Thank you. 🙂

    1. Thanks Old Sport! You’re talking to a high school kid who’s born with certain learning disabilities.

      1. Omg, seriously – High School? Learning disabilities? No no, You have serious talent kid!!! I don’t even know you and I’m so proud of you for not letting anything stop you from pursuing something of (almost) paradox, and completely outside the norm. Plus helping others by guiding the way to success, you are a superstar!!!! Your family must be incredibly proud!! You’re quite an inspiration actually!!! xxx (Coming from an average 23 year old in New Zealand 🙂 )

  6. Right now, I’m doing a public self assessment of my blog. I’m going through a list of questions for newbie bloggers made by Heidi Cohen. Each day, I answer 2 – 3 of her questions. I change my style based on how poorly I answered each of the questions. My site has improved already. My second assessment goes live tomorrow morning.

  7. I have started my blogging since last 6 months, and really nice to see the 10 questions here which really mean to me and some are actually happened with me, and I am trying to improve, but so far it’s very slow, thanks for sharing as it really boost up my procedure.

  8. These are really intense questions, and I’m glad I found them today. I’m still in the process of building my blog, and I’m learning a lot along the way. I’m enjoying the amount of quality yet simplistic information on here, every article so far has been a great source of information. Thank you.?

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  10. I loved the second question.. Not just an entrepreneur everyone in life should ask this question to them and then only they can make their lives in every way of the world!

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