Discussion Questions for “You Are More Than Enough”
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One of the subjects Judi Moreo talks about in her book, “You Are More Than Enough” is self-criticism.
- Is self-criticism a common problem?
- Why is self-criticism so damaging?
- Is self-criticism ever appropriate?
“You Are More Than Enough” speaks to people who might suffer from feelings of inferiority.
- Where do you believe these feelings come from?
- Can you use your imagination to change how you feel about yourself? If so, how will that help you make positive changes in your life?
- What are the dangers of “should of” and “if only” thinking?
In her book, Judi Moreo talks about how fear holds us back.
- Why does the fear of failure inhibit getting what we want?
- Is it a common problem that people fear what other people think? Why do you believe this?
- Do a lot of people miss out on great things in their lives because of fear?
- Are fear of failure and fear of rejection intertwined and how so?
- What advice would you give to people who let fear hold them back?
In You Are More Than Enough, Judi says “stop demanding perfection from yourself.”
- What’s the down side of being a perfectionist?
- Why do people become perfectionists?
- Is perfectionism a control issue? Why do you think that?
- Does giving up perfectionism mean you’re giving up the pursuit of excellence?
Judi Moreo talks about “the importance of picking our friends and associates carefully.”
- Why is it important to associate with positive people?
- Are there benefits to having mentors in your life and if so, what are they?
- What is the difference between a mentor and a role model?
- Have role models benefited you personally?
- Why would it benefit a person to have a career or life coach?
Judi Moreo says we should “quit making potholes into canyons.”
- What do you think she meant by that?
- Why do people get caught in the worry trap?
- How much of what people worry about is outside their control?
- How do you break free from the deeply ingrained habit of worry?
Judi Moreo states in “You Are More Than Enough”, that she is a big believer in goal setting
- Why do you think so many people don’t set goals?
- When setting goals for our life, what things should we keep in mind?
- In goal setting, is it ok to be selfish?
Judi Moreo has formatted “You Are More Than Enough” in a very unique way.
- Why do you think she has included exercises, skill practices, and affirmations at the end of each chapter?
- How do the exercises and affirmations in this book help bring its rich lessons home?
- Who else would benefit from reading this book?