Questions for The Cure for the Perfect Life – 12 Ways to stop trying harder and start living braver

  1. The authors use words like – brave, rebel, perfect, battles, permission and reinforcements. Do any of these words resonate with you regarding your life?
  2. Of the 4 ‘P’s, do you think of yourself as suffering from one in particular?
  3. Why is standing up for your own needs presented as Brave? Who are your bullies?
  4. Which of the 12 ways did you think of applying to your life? Have you tried it?
  5. The Rebel type discovery quiz was an eye opener. Did you discover something new about yourself?
  6. “Mistakes are good, struggle makes you smarter” – a phrase by Daniel Coyle, is chosen to challenge our thinking of what is normal. What did you think about this?
  7. The four personalities listed after the quiz, present some definite responses to all the battles we encounter. What personality did you find yourself inhabiting, and where did it lead you in your Braver Living process?
  8. Were you challenged by the fun quiz?
  9. “I can’t throw it away; I might need it someday” talks about our 21st century dilemma. Were you confronted by the words hoarder, clutter, excess supplies and stuff!? Do I hear you rush to justify those sentimental stacks?
  10. The format of this book includes quizzes, suggestions, plans and instructions to combat our weaknesses. Was it helpful to see yourself exposed and vulnerable, in order to see that change could happen?  Would you recommend this book to any friends or family?
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