Sure, I can provide a list of prompts that might be helpful to assess or facilitate progress in a journey, whether that journey is a literal trip, a professional growth track, a creative project, or some other process.

  1. What are the key achievements you’ve made so far?
  2. Have you encountered any obstacles? If so, how have you overcome them?
  3. What has been your favorite part of the journey so far? Why?
  4. What are the lessons learned until now? How will they inform the rest of your journey?
  5. Are there any aspects of the journey that you’d change if you could? How would you change them?
  6. What resources have proven most valuable to you at this stage?
  7. Is there something you wish you knew before embarking on this journey?
  8. How is the actual journey differing from your initial expectations?
  9. What skills or knowledge have you gained so far?
  10. Can you identify any ways your perspective has changed since beginning this journey?
  11. How would you rate your morale or motivation at this mid-point?
  12. Who or what has been particularly inspiring or helpful to you so far?
  13. Is there anything you’re currently struggling with? How might you address these challenges?
  14. Are there new goals or priorities that have emerged as you’ve made progress?
  15. How are you maintaining balance and well-being during your journey?
  16. Can you describe a memorable or transformative experience you’ve had so far?
  17. What strategies are you employing to stay focused and committed?
  18. How are you documenting or reflecting on your experiences during this journey?
  19. What kind of support do you feel you need for the second half of your journey?
  20. How do you anticipate the rest of the journey will unfold, based on what you’ve experienced so far?

These prompts can be adapted for a variety of contexts and purposes, and should help prompt meaningful reflection and planning.

About the author

Shiva Rajaya

Tantrika / Life coach / Activator of new evolutionary codes for the planet and humankind