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Answer The Three Questions

Answer The Three Questions

  1. What makes you cry?
  2. What makes you dream?
  3. What gives you energy?

Also think about what you’d like to see change in the world around you. What do you see that isn’t—but could be? Once your ideas start to become clearer, write them down and talk to a mentor about them.

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