If You Were Going To Write A Book, What Would You Call It And What Would It Be About?

Feb 07, 2014 1 Min Read

Have you ever thought about writing a book, or perhaps making a movie? If so what would that movie/book be about?  Your answer to this may reveal a lot about your character. Think about it.

If you choose a drama, it may mean that you find meaning in exploring the intricacies of relationships and events.

If you choose comedy, it may mean that you strive to put a smile on people’s faces, or you see the irony behind silly situations.

If you were to write a book or make a movie, which road would you take? What topic, what characters, what mode or narration?

Even if you think you are not a writer or director, pausing to think about this may help you in your understanding of yourself even more.

If, for example, you would like to make a documentary or a biography, it may tell you what your areas of interests are. Furthermore, it would guide you to find out what you are good at, and what would keep you passionate. It would be easier for you to choose a career as well, as you would understand where your passion lies.

So what are you waiting for? Think about this question for a bit and see what conclusions you can draw about yourself, and what mind blowing self-discoveries you can make this week.

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Eva was formerly the Research & Development leader at Leaderonomics. Prior to that, she was an editor at Leaderonomics.com. Today, she is the Product leader of Happily, an engagement app at Leaderonomics Digital. She believes that everyone can be the leader they would like to be, if they are willing to put in the effort and are curious to learn along the way, as well as with some help from the people around them.

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