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Lauren Conrad – Fashion Designer & Author

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Lauren said that when you are using drugs it shows you don’t care about your future. What about your future do you care about?

Question #2:

What are you most looking forward to in your future?

Question #3:

What are you most concerned about in your future?

Question #4:

Lauren talks about drugs affecting your reputation with regard to your career. Do you worry about your reputation? Why or why not?

Question #5:

Are there things you have done that have affected your reputation in a good or bad way? Explain.

Question #6:

Lauren developed her interests and values into a passion and then into a career. What are your interests and values?

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Travis Pastrana – Pro Motocross Champion

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Travis knows that he is a role model to others. What qualities does he demonstrate that make him a positive role model? How do you think that affects what he does?

Question #2:

Travis believes that talent is something that is earned through hard work. Do you agree? Why or why not? What talents do you have and how do you cultivate them?

Question #3:

Do you believe passion will help you find a way to make what you want to do work?

Question #4:

What does it mean to “stay the path”?

Question #5:

Travis says that every action has a reaction. What is something you did in the last week that has had a reaction (positive or negative)?

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Terry Kennedy

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Why was Terry so confused by the diversity of people involved in skating? How did being with a diverse group impact him? Do you prefer to be with people like you or people unlike you? Explain.

Question #2:

How did going to the skate park every day help Terry?

Question #3:

How do you think experiencing the pain that his mom went through affected his decision to not engage with drugs and alcohol?

Question #4:

Terry says that when he’s skating he’s representing his skate friends and that if he were to take drugs, that would reflect on them. In essence, part of what keeps him off drugs is his dedication to his friends. Are there people in your life that you represent? Who are they? How do your actions reflect on them? Does this impact your decisions?
 
Terry offers three pieces of advice:
● Surround yourself with positive people.
● Be comfortable with yourself.
● Have fun.

Question #5:

Do you surround yourself with positive people? How can you make an effort to do this more?

Question #6:

Are you comfortable with yourself? What is one step you can take to be more comfortable with yourself?

Question #7:

What is fun for you? Does something you do that is fun provide what you would call a natural high for you?

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Tim Howard – U.S. Men’s National Team

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

How does hard work relate to success in your life? Can you give an example of something that you have worked hard for and that has yielded success?

Question #2:

Soccer and playing with his brother and friends brought Tim joy as a child. What brings you joy?

Question #3:

Tim had friends who used drugs and that reinforced an image of drug use that helped him stay off drugs. Can you identify with this? If so, how?

Question #4:

Tim talks about picking yourself up after a loss. Have you ever had to do that? Talk about your experience. Was it hard to do? What did you learn?

Question #5:

Tim talks about wanting to win and how that drives him. What drives you? What is a milestone you are looking forward to?

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Jordyn Wieber – World Champion Gymnast

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Jordyn discusses the importance of her family as inspiration and role models in her life. What are three qualities of a strong role model?

Question #2:

Describe one of your role models that you admire.

Question #3:

Jordyn talks about her disappointment at the Olympics. She felt she had let herself and others down. And, she still had to focus on the team competition and not give up. When you feel disappointed or experience failure, how do you push through?

Question #4:

Normal, teenage experiences are important parts of growing up. Jordyn talks about shopping, school dances, and going to games. What do you do in your free time?

Question #5:

Rita, Jordyn’s mother, talks about guiding her children and knowing they will make their own choices eventually. Do you have someone’s voice in your mind that helps remind you what the right choice is (even if you’re not making it all the time)? Does that help you? Why or why not?

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Mike Conley Jr. – NBA Point Guard

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video with your son or daughter:

Question #1:

Who do you want to become?

Question #2:

Have you ever struggled to say, “no”? What might you try differently the next time you find yourself in a situation where you might have trouble resisting peer pressure?

Question #3:

When Mike says, “Hold yourself to a different… a higher level” what does he mean? How do you hold yourself to a higher level? How would you like to?

Question #4:

Mike mentions that he would make excuses when someone would ask him to do drugs. What are some responses you could use if someone were to offer drugs to you?

Question #5:

Mike says that it’s more important to make a name for yourself than to be popular. What do you think he means by making a name for yourself? Do you agree? Why or why not?

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David Wright of the New York Mets

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video with your son or daughter:

Question #1:

David describes the feeling of hitting a home run as being on cloud nine. What gives you that feeling?

Question #2:

He also says that baseball is an escape for him. Why do you think having a healthy escape is important? Do you have one? If so, what is it?

Question #3:

David says that he knew he had to be a role model for his brothers. Are there people in your life who look up to you as a role model? Who are they? How does it affect what you say and do?

Question #4:

Choices and decisions have consequences. What is a choice you’ve made that had a consequence you learned from? What did you learn?

Question #5:

David says that you shouldn’t change your values or beliefs to be liked. Have you ever compromised your values in order to maintain a friendship or to portray a particular image?

Question #6:

What does David mean when he talks about not being a chameleon? Have you ever felt like a chameleon in social settings? If so, describe the situation and what it felt like.

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Jason Heyward – MLB Right Fielder

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Discuss the importance of community in your own personal development.

Question #2:

We play a role in our community and can influence others. What is your role in your community? How about in your family? How does it change, or does it stay the same?

Question #3:

Jason’s parents were models for him. What models do you look up to that help you understand how to take care of yourself?

Question #4:

Jason’s parents and friends supported his goals. Who supports you?

Question #5:

Jason’s friend died and it changed him. Think about a time you have lost someone (to death, a change in friendships, a move, or some other way). How did it change you?

Question #6:

Jason notes that everyone makes mistakes, but it's how you decide to move forward which is going to mold your character. Describe a time you made a mistake and how you dealt with it. How did it mold your character?

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Queen Harrison – World Champion Hurdler & Sprinter

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

How can having goals help you to push through day-to-day problems?

Question #2:

What is a goal you have that you would like to complete by the time you are 18? If you don’t have one, can you think of one?

Question #3:

What have you done to work toward your goal? What can you do to work toward it, to help you stay focused?

Question #4:

Writing down your goals helps you to use them as a guidepost for your actions. Where can you keep your goals written where you can remind yourself of them?

Question #5:

Queen talks about masking pain with drugs. What do you think this means? Do you ever mask your pain? How? What are other ways to handle pain?

Question #6:

Queen suggests that success is “a direct reflection of who you surround yourself with.” Who do you surround yourself with? Do they reflect your success? How?

Question #7:

She adds, “Put your blinders on to those negative people and don’t allow them into your circle.” Do you have to use blinders? Why or why not?

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