48 great questions, to help you appreciate and build on what’s good.
This beautifully designed set of 48 questions can be used in a multitude of ways including personal reflection, one-to-one discussion and group work.
They're an ideal resource if you want to help people appreciate and build on the good things in their lives - their strengths, their successes and the positive people and circumstances around them.
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Appreciating You (Qu 1 – 8) Example: What are your greatest achievements?
Appreciating Others (Qu 9 – 16) Example: Who has inspired you?
Wider Appreciation (Qu 17 – 24) Example: What are the things that matter most to you?
Raising Self-Awareness (Qu 25 – 32) Example: What do you love doing?
Seeing the World Differently (Qu 33 – 40) Example: What’s important about what you’re doing now?
Creating Change (Qu 41 – 48) Example: What makes you hopeful for the future?
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