Claire Lew’s latest piece, The 8 best questions to ask during a one-on-one meeting, is designed (and perfect) for managers to ask of an employee. But some versions of these questions might be helpful for counselors to ask their students, for parents to ask their kids, and even for kids to ask themselves.
That third suggestion might seem strange, but students, imagine if you regularly considered—and honestly answered—questions like:
What am I worried about right now?
What are my biggest time-wasters?
Would I like more or less direction from my parents or my counselor?
Are there any decisions I’m hung up on?
Wouldn’t you be in a much better position to work towards answers that would make you happier, more successful, and less stressed?