Talking Fast and Loud

  • What experiences, places, people, or challenges speak to you and why?
  • What topics intrigue you?
  • Who asks you for help?
  • What do you love doing?
  • What types of things do you choose to do without thinking about it, just doing it by instinct?
  • Why do you do those things? What does it mean?
  • Is there something you could talk so much about you’d bore other people?
  • Was there ever a book you loved? Was there a hidden message, theme or environment depicted in the book that stood out to you?
  • Does this at all represent your view of the world and how you’d like to contribute towards it?
  • Is there something you think you understand better than other people?
  • What inspires and excites you?
  • When do you have realizations about the world? (As a career coach, we constantly observe the world. I energetically observed this tour guide and her excitement in order to relay it back to the world.)
  • What message do you feel you need to share with the world?

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