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Carissa Moore

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

What are the big, bold dreams you have for your life?

Question #2:

Who are the people you look up to that you consider successful and full of life and joy?

Question #3:

What would you do differently if you took your dreams seriously?

Question #4:

What’s a habit you have now that might not help you in the pursuit of your dreams?

Question #5:

What would you be willing to change or do differently to achieve your dreams?

Question #6:

Carissa is exposed to alcohol yet she chooses her natural high as a way to say “no” – do you have a plan to say “no”?

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Ron Artis II

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

Ron is excited to share about his family. Who can you depend on?

Question #2:

Music makes Ron happy, and even though some days he feels exhausted by it, it brings him joy and satisfaction. What exhausts you and also brings you joy? Why?

Question #3:

It’s easy to believe what other people think about you, but Ron tells us to trust in who we are. Who are you? When has someone made you doubt that? How can you believe in your authentic self?

Question #4:

Ron talks about choices - and sometimes you might have to make a hard one. When have you made a choice you’re proud of? What makes it a choice you are proud of?

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Queen Harrison

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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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Tim Howard

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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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Danyelle Wolf

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:

Question #1:

How do you answer the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Why?

Question #2:

Describe a time you have had a sense of accomplishment.

Question #3:

What does it mean to you to be a fighter?

Question #4:

What do you fight for? How does it make you feel?

Question #5:

Danyelle says that the decision to stay off drugs molded her life. How might it mold your life?

Question #6:

Hanging around with the wrong crowd, according to Danyelle, can affect your choices. Do you agree? Why or why not? Have you experienced this? If so, please describe.

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