The 365 Question Challenge is based on the 365 Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself this Year written by the folks at Mark and Angel Hack Life. It’s simple, just share your answers in the comment section and lets all get to know each other better…a lot better. Answer as many questions or as few as you like. Follow the Challenge on Twitter, Facebook or RSS to keep up to date.
177. How would the world be different if you were never born?
My mother would never have known what it was to have a daughter, my husband would have never eaten lambs brain and that some people would have never started a bucket list or stepped out of the box.
178. What is your favorite song and why?
Eminem – Lose Yourself
Every time I listen to it it makes me believe that I am in charge of my own destiny and I CAN do anything I set my mind to, if I take the opportunities that are presented to me.
179. With the resources you have right now, what can you do to bring yourself closer to your goal?
Dedicate myself to taking one step everyday setting up my business to run remotely; staff the right employees, create systems that are easy enough to use for anyone and write down all the recipes.
180. What are your top three priorities?
- Simplifying my life
- Setting up my restaurant to run semi-remotely (just enough to allow us to travel the world)
- Retraining my mind to be more positive
181. Why do we idolize sports players?
Because, due to their passion and dedication, they have become leaders in their fields and accomplished things we wish we could.
182. What is the nicest thing someone has ever done for you?
When I was in the running to have my own television show on Oprah’s Own Network, my family and friends spent countless hours voting for me over 50,000 times.
183. What do you see when you look into the future?
Peace, simplicity, new experiences and the adventure of traveling around the world.
184. What makes you angry? Why?
I believe that being angry is a choice, so I try not to do it too often. With that said, this concept severely challenges me when people are mean for absolutely no other reason than they are unhappy people.
185. What is the most valuable life lesson you learned from your parents?
That there is no substitute for hard work. They taught me to not just expect good fortune, but to work for it.