Story Starters: Lessons Learned
This Week’s Story Starters: Lessons Learned
What is the most important lesson you have ever learned?
What learning technique works best for you (i.e. visual, tactile, listening)?
What subjects did you enjoy in grade school, middle school, high school, and beyond?
What topics would you like to study now?
What classes have you taken online, through an art center, or on-one-one with an instructor?
What have you learned on your own through research, classroom-in-a-book, or hands-on experience?
Who has taught you the most?
Where have you gone in search of your passion (i.e. conventions, college, summer internships)?
Whose teachings do you admire and wish to meet or start a correspondence with?
How do you gain more knowledge or experience in your area of interest?
What subjects have you studied out of curiosity?
What subjects have you studied for a degree or certification?
Who taught you the most life skills?
Who gave you the most insight about faith?
Who shared the best lessons about being a good parent or spouse?
Who showed you how to be a great friend?
How do you share the lessons you have learned with others?
What “happy accidents” turned into the best lessons?
What lesson has made the biggest difference in your career?
What lesson has made the biggest difference in your happiness?
How do your lessons or classes fit into your life (i.e. on weekends; consider a part time job; learn something new every day)?
How often do you take formal classes or attend a seminar?
What priority does learning take in your life?
What lesson do you wish you had learned at twenty?
What lesson do you want your children to learn?
If you could teach anything, what would it be?
How do you share your knowledge with others?
What recent lesson are you excited about (i.e. new recipe; new craft technique; new way to relieve stress)?
Who do you wish to thank for the impact their teachings have made on your life?
What do you want to learn next?