These are basic questions, hopefully the easy to answer ones. These are all things that make up you but they are more surface items. They are the things that others know and make up the social outer you. All good things and all good things to know when discovering one's true character.
What’s your name?
Where do you live?
How many members in your family?
Where did you grow up?
What’s your favorite food?
What’s your favorite color?
What’s your favorite animal?
What is your favorite song?
What is your favorite movie?
What is your favorite book?
What is your personal style?
Are you happy with your appearance?
Who are your top closest friends?
Who was your childhood best friends?
These are questions that take us a little deeper into you. They are they questions of what makes up our outer inspirations. These are the questions that help us see what and who has inspired and taught us what we know and believe.
What is your attitude towards others?
Who are your top three heros?
What’s your favorite quote?
What is your favorite scripture (if religious)?
What religion do you follow?
What do you think of your religion?
Do you have a mentor? Who?
If not what can you do to find an inspiring and good mentor?
What is a mentor to you?
Now we are getting a little deeper an darker, we are trying to discover the deeper sides of your character that no one else really knows but you. Many don't want to look this deep but it is necessary in finding ones self. These are important questions that the world does not want us to ask. These are the questions that helps us see and want to change our weaknesses and turn them to strengths, you can not become strong until you have discovered your weaknesses and your darker side.
What do you hate about yourself?
What can you do to change what you hate?
Do you want to change or stay the same?
What are your biggest weaknesses?
Why do you think those are weaknesses?
What can you do to change them?
What is your biggest failure?
How has it changed you?
What is the worst thing you have done?
What drove you to it?
What are your greatest fears?
This is when we get to your core. Many find these questions very hard. These are most necessary to find ones self. You have to know your foundation and you have to discover how much you really love your foundation. We live in a world where these questions are pushed away because they are less hip and a little more deep than we want to go. Not only that we naturally want to lean on others for these questions. It's easier than having to discover for ourselves. Let me tell you that you will not truly succeeded until you have discovered your foundation!
Who is your higher power?
Why is that your higher power?
What or who do you owe all of your success to?
What is your core book?
Why is that your core book?
What experiences have you had that define you?
Why is experience important to you?
Why do you believe in what you believe?
Why is what you believe true?
What are you willing to die for?
Why would you be willing to die for that?
Here is the big bang to finding you! This is where we fall in love with ourselves and realize how amazing we truly are! Many will never truly make it through these questions! We live to hate ourselves. We are our own worst enemy. These are the questions that tell us exactly who we are and what we live for. This is where we decide how deep our character goes. Just remember it is okay to love ones self, it's always easier to find what we hate about ourselves but it's okay and it's healthy to find what we love. I wish you luck it is not easy to love ones self! Now discover and fall in love with your character, you are your own character and you are like none other!
What do you love about yourself?
What are your talents?
How have you perfected those talents?
What are you passionate about? Why?
What is your mission?
If you don’t know what can you do to find your mission?
What is important about having a mission?
What is your personal manifesto?
Well friends I hope you have enjoyed your character analysis. I hope that you took the time to journal each question and add to the questions. This analysis will never end. The greatest thing about finding your character it is a journey through life. It is beautiful and dangerous but it is well worth the every hard time. You can not change the world for good until you know yourself and what you are capable of. I don't know about you but I am far from fully discovering my character but I will continue to search and enjoy the journey of finding me! Good luck to both of us!