What is your "Is?" It's the place where you feel truly at home.
You probably have some ideas.
But if you're confused, perhaps a few of these questions may catch your attention. Only spend time with questions that are of interest.
A simpler way to say it: the questions can be used as:
Clues to "Youse"
Hey, I'm allowed, I grew up in the Bronx and Queens.
Some questions will be a fit for you. Some won't.
Like a good detective novel, the questions that spark a sense of curiosity you, or hold your attention for even a couple of seconds or more, are pieces to figuring our your personal puzzle of:
"Who am I?" and "What am I doing here?"
So, copy & paste those questions
onto a new word doc called "Clues to Youse.'"
It's just a suggestion, of course. And it is not necessary to actually answer the questions. Often, the answer is in the question. The fact that it has got your attention is enough--at least for now. This a space where there are no grades; only levels of interest. So, if Question 121 catches your attention, and you so choose, copy and paste that question into a new doc. Label the doc so you can easily find it if you want to add more questions/clues to your list.
Which questions attract your attention? Answers below.
( ) 110. What' do you think has got their attention? Hint it has to do with "Learning Is a Ball."
( ) 111. What are the optimal states for you to learn? Choose two:
( ) 112. School in its original meaning meant:
( ) 113. The Number 1 predictor for future success of a young person in any domain is:
B. Self-disciplined hobby.
C. SAT scores.
( ) 114. Which statement is false?
A. We humans are operating primarily on a pain/pleasure duality.
B. We want to maximize pleasure.
C. We have emotions, so we can maximize pleasure.
( ) 115. True or false?
Learning through emotions is one of the two most powerful ways to place ideas/concepts into long-term memory where they are never forgotten.
( ) 116. What did you love to do between the ages of 6-10?
110. Believer it, or not, this is a memorial celebration for a teacher.
111. B. Relaxed. D.Attentive.
112. D. Leisure. No kidding.
113. C. Self-disciplined hobby.
114. A bit of a trick. All are true.
115. True. Repetition is the other.