What are the pros and cons of procrastination?

What are the pros and cons of procrastination? Yes, that’s right: pros and cons. Read on for my thoughts and share yours.

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What fear have you conquered?

What fear have you conquered? We all get nervous or apprehensive about doing something because of fear. So, which one (or ones) have you conquered? Read on for my thoughts on this question, and feel free to share yours.

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What is your preferred mode of travel?

What is your preferred mode of travel? I have driven cars, trucks, and vans. I’ve taken subways, trolleys, and trains. I’ve flown on airplanes, big and small. I’ve traversed water by ferries, boats, and ships. And I’ve walked a million miles in countless cities, domestic and abroad. So, what’s my preferred mode of transportation? Read on and let me know yours.

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If you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it?

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Here’s a fun question to ponder on a Friday: if you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it? For many of us (myself included), it’s hard to imagine possessing that much money. But if you were a bona fide billionaire, how would you spend the money? Read on for my thoughts on this question.

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How do you define success?

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How do you define success? For each person, the answer to this question is different. Money, power, influence, and possessions are all ways that people measure success. But how do you define success? Read on for my thoughts on this question.

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Has a book changed your life?

Stories are one of the most meaningful ways we can connect with people. They are an integral part of the way we communicate. Often, we first experience stories in the form of books read to us as children. Has a book changed your life? Many have changed mine. Read on for my thoughts on this question and the power of storytelling.

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What brings you joy in life?

What brings you joy in life? Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.” Taking Eleanor Roosevelt’s inspirational words to heart, that which brings us joy should also make us thankful for the present. So, what brings you joy in life? Read on for my thoughts on this vital topic.

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What is a treasure that’s been lost?

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Today, think about the following question: what is a treasure that has been lost? I don’t mean gold coins. Think about it in a figurative sense. What is a lost treasure when it relates to your life, your community, or society as a whole? Read on for my thoughts on this question.

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What is the earliest memory you have?

Life is a series of experiences that provide us with memories we reflect on and rely on to tell stories about our journey. The hope is that we have more positive memories than negative ones. However, sometimes the negative ones can result in hilarious stories or lessons learned. What is the earliest memory you have? Read on for mine.

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How are you brave?

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Today, ask yourself, “How am I brave?” What is it you do consistently that makes you brave? Read on for how I am brave, and let me know how you’re brave too.

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