Question of the Week: Heroes

By Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am — Filed under:

So many of our successes and failures can be attributed to our thoughts. What we think is so powerful and make or break us.

Who is your hero?

Describe that person, the good AND bad qualities that they have.

How do their good qualities help you?

How does emulating their bad qualities hinder you?

Our heroes are real people. We chose them as our heroes because they have done things that are important to us, but we need to remember that they are humans just like us.

The Question of the Week is meant to be an Inner Workout for you. Find some time during the week and allow yourself to write the answers to the questions posted. You can write them on paper, on a word processor or here in the comments section. Whatever works for you as long as you do it.

Keep writing until you find out something about yourself that you didn’t know before. I’ve also heard that it works to keep writing until you cry, but that doesn’t really work for me. Whatever works for you. Just keep writing until it feels right.


One Response to “Question of the Week: Heroes”

  1. iportion Says:

    Many people confuse sweating with intensity.

    Do I have to have one hero?

    My husband is my hero just for loving me and accepting me.

    Jesus is my hero for being kind to people who others thought were lowly.

    Richard Simmons is a hero for helping people lose weight with kindness

    My Mother in Law is a hero for raising a wonderful son

    You are one of my heroes for your blog. him.

    I don’t want to dwell on the bad of my heroes. Focusing on the negative aspects of people hinder me.

    Obsessing about what my heroes think hinders me. I have to learn not to feel guilty for everything. Having heros just because they are famous can be harmful as well.

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