We want to inspire you to be powerful in everything you do, to live within the context of your answer to #wityayl and to create a life you love.
Below, find topics to get you started on creating a life that lights you up, one that’s based on #wityayl.
What is #wityayl? #wityayl is about asking the most important question for all humans - What’s important to you and your life? (#wityayl).
When people are asked What’s important to you and your life? they:
experience acknowledgement as an individuals feel connected with the person/organisation who has asked are inspired and take action to live within the context of #wityayl think about the question every day Why we created #wityayl We created the #wityayl movement because of how few of us live within the context of what matters to us, mostly because we have never been asked that question.
If you’ve never been asked What’s important to you and your life? many things could be coming up for you.
Common reactions, thoughts and feelings Some common things that come up for people are:
Why didn’t my parents ever ask me this? Why didn’t my partner ask me this? Why didn’t my friends ask me this? Why did I never think to ask this of the people around me?
What’s important to you and your life? is the most important, impactful question you will likely ever ask someone.
Asking what’s important matters Asking someone What’s important to you and your life? isn’t a common question. In fact, nearly 80% of the people we surveyed said that had never been asked that question before.
Considering that these same people also said that the question was important to them, we were shocked.
How to map out what’s important to you in life Now that you’ve been asked the question, here’s a process to enable you to start identifying and taking action on what matters to you. Each section has an activity attached to it to get you started on doing the same.
To put these activities into perspective, we’ve included a real life example of how this works.
Cara’s story I remember the day someone asked me what was important to me and my life.