3001 Questions All About Me by chartwell books from Quarto Knows. This is a journal for people who ask the big questions about themselves, like: What is your favorite Karaoke song? Alright, so these questions aren't the big questions, but knowing yourself better is no small task.
So much of what goes on in your brain happens in snap judgments and feelings. When you sit with the answers to quick questions and ruminate on what they mean, a deeper understanding of yourself can result.
With over 3,000 thoughtful prompts to help you journal through a quest for self-discovery, you can start to definitively know who you are by examining all of your favorite things. Thousands of questions for thousands of answers you never knew you needed. Some answers will not need more than a "yes" or "no" while others can possibly trigger a deeper need for journaling about yourself and your values.
Some such questions being:
If I had an imaginary friend as an adult, what would they be like?
Do I disguise my emotions well?
What is my definition of beauty?
If I wrote a memoir, what would it be called?
What habits do I want to cultivate?
Am I good at sports? Do I want to be?
If you are at a crossroads or are attempting to gain awareness of yourself through personal reflection, this is an excellent tool. Or, if you are a writer, use this as an exercise for fleshing out characters. This journal is also the perfect gift to a recent grad looking to carve out more of themselves in this expansive world. Ask yourself a bunch of these small questions to receive big answers.
My Opinion: I like this book as I sometimes do not know what questions to ask people so this will be helpful for me to start a conversation and keep them going and learn about them and they can learn about me.
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