Do you have a favorite memory from a day off you had? The audio below runs through how to have this conversation with a storytelling. Use the prompts below as a guide to keep the conversation going.
|Q1. Do you have a favorite day off memory?|
|Q2. Who was with you?|
|Q3. What happened?|
|Q4. When did this moment happen?|
|Q5. Where did this moment happen?|
|Q6. Why did this moment happen?|
|Q7. Why is this moment important to you?|
|Q8. How does this moment make you feel?|
|Q9. What do you want people to remember about this moment?|
Feel free to leave your answers to the questions in the comments or keep them to yourself 🙂
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