What to do:
Set aside time to think seriously about the following questions.
Answer the questions as fully and honestly as you can.
Write down your answers and bring them to the Wood Badge course. You will find them to be a helpful reference—only you will see the answers.
Don’t worry about what the “right” answers are or about satisfying someone else’s idea of how you should respond. No one except you will see what you write.
What do I feel are my greatest strengths?
What strengths do others notice in me?
What do I most enjoy doing?
What qualities of character do I most admire in others?
Who is a person who has made a positive impact on my life?
Why was that person able to have such significant impact?
What have been my happiest moments in life?
Why were they happy?
If I had unlimited time and resources, what would I choose to do?
When I daydream, what do I see myself doing?
What are the three or four most important things to me?
When I look at my work life, what activities do I consider of greatest worth?
What can I do best that would be of worth to others?
What talents do I have that no one else really knows about?
If there are things I feel I really should do, what are they?
What are my important roles in life?
In each of those roles, what are my most important lifetime goals?
In five years, what role do I see for myself in Scouting?
What would I really like to be and to do in my life?
What are the most important values I use to guide and motivate my actions?
Click Here---> Interactive Twenty Questions (pdf format)