Do you ever feel like you’re going through the motions to get through the day? Do you continue to do what you do because you have always done it that way? You may not even have considered that you can change what you’re doing AND have more joyful experiences. My book, Define Your WHY, shares stories and involves you in activities to get to know YOU better and have a more meaningful life where you can live and learn on purpose. This book is for anyone who wants to discover or re-discover their WHY.
Define Your WHY: Own Your Story So You Can Live and Learn on Purpose is now available on Amazon here:
If you’d like to purchase the paperback version in bulk (10+ books), Sarah Thomas can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for a discount.
I have put together summaries of the chapters, additional links, and guiding questions in order to help facilitate a book study around my book. My goal with this book study guide is to help you reflect on the stories and activities in my book and how they can guide you to define your WHY so you own and tell your stories. The links will be active after my book launches.
- Read each chapter first before doing the book study activities.
- Check out the associated additional resources and links.
- Dig deep through the questions about your WHY and share your reflections with others.
The end of each chapter contains questions to ponder and my own wonderings. The reflective questions are for your own use, but below are some examples of activities that may aid in your journey to develop your stories and define your WHY beyond this book study.
- Blog about your stories and thoughts of your WHY.
- You are welcome to comment on any of the questions at the bottom of each chapter’s page.
- Tweet one or more things you learned going through the book study using #defineyourWHY and tagging @bbray27
Chapter 1: WHY Share Your Backstory?
Chapter 2: WHY Be the Main Character of Your Story?
Chapter 5: WHY use Universal Design for Learning?
Chapter 6: WHY Find your ikigai?
Chapter 7: WHY Have Empathy for You?
Chapter 12: WHY Be the Chief Storyteller of You and Your WHY?