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Additional Questions to Spark Self-Discovery

By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S.
Associate Editor

Additional Questions to Spark Self-DiscoveryLast month we explored various questions to help you get to know yourself better. Self-discovery is powerful.

“[It] is at the core of living a joyful, fully self-expressed life,” said Mara Glatzel, MSW, an intuitive life and business coach who helps women create lives brimming with ease, self-care and permission.

“It is impossible to cultivate a daily life that makes you feel really good if you don’t even (really) know who you are — or what you like.” She likened it to creating the perfect date for a total stranger.

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