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Step 2: Discuss 15-30 minutes
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Some suggested questions to ask after you watch the video:download PDF
How can having goals help you to push through day-to-day problems?
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?
What have you done to work toward your goal? What can you do to work toward it, to help you stay focused?
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?
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?
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?
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?
Queen Harrison – World Champion Hurdler & Sprinter
Queen Harrison | 5min 55sec
Team USA hurdler and sprinter Queen Harrison credits her numerous accolades (including The Bowerman) to hard work, perseverance, and a clean lifestyle. After completing the Queen Harrison worksheet, encourage students to share their natural highs by having them hashtag #LiveNaturallyHigh on their social media accounts.