One Question. 30 Answers. What’s Yours?

Hiya,

I made this video recently as I thought the different responses from people would be intriguing – they were…

What would your answer be?

Take care

Stu

🙂

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20 responses to “One Question. 30 Answers. What’s Yours?

  1. Great post…certainly causes one to pause and think…amazing how people were willing to share…thanks

    Be encouraged!

  2. You caught my attention Stuart – thanks for visiting my blog MakeGirlfriends.com –

    You have a wonderful blog site and I have signed up to be a follower – we both deal with Personal Development and that’s always very cool to me!

    I love the way you interviewed people – that took a lot of time and effort and being brave to appoach people – love it!

    I also am amazed on how total strangers were comfortable in front of the camera – might have to do with the interviewer?

    So what would I change? You know I’ve worked on myself for most of my life and now being in the 50s and comfortable in my skin and living in truth to myself – not sure if I would change too much else.

    In gratitude,
    Nancy

    • Hi Nancy, thanks for taking the time to watch and comment. I’m glad you enjoyed. Yes, I too was struck by the openess of the people interviewed, their defences just seemed to fall away once I asked the question. It was almost trance like. 🙂

  3. Don’t have time right now for this video–but I have actually performed similar interviews with folks over the years for different purposes. I can tell you that “finding my passion” and “sticking to my guns about what I know makes me happy” and “giving to others with a smile” are ALWAYS some of the answers! As they jolly well should be!

  4. Great video and their responses, Stu! Keep it up!

  5. Tara Woodruff ~ The Challenge

    Bitter sweet, because every answer was something they could change.

    • Exactly! That was the very point I wanted to make. What viewers don’t see is the conversation I had with some of them after filming and how revelatory the experience was for them. I hope some went on to make a change.

  6. Interesting video and quite enlightening replies too…

  7. kzackuslheureux

    I love people 🙂

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