Are you afraid of being wrong?
Is it ever your fault, or can you find other reasons?
Can you take on a viewpoint different than your own, even if only for a little while?
Can you see the other side's point of view? Have you ever tried to understand it?
Do you ever second guess your decisions?
Are decisions difficult to make for you? Easier to let someone else make them?
Have you ever thought that making no decision is really a decision?
Are you waiting for things to get better before you do?
How easy is it for you to quit?
What does "playing it safe" mean to you?
What are the stories you tell yourself to help you make it through the day?
You see, the thing about thoughts is that they impact us far greater than we realize. The real value in this exercise is not to analyze the answers you provided to the questions, but rather to analyze the feelings and emotions that were stirred by reading the questions.
If your feelings contradicted your answers, well, that is the realm where thoughts truly are things. And that is where the real change must occur.