The Right Questions Free Workbook

Free Life Goals Workbook and Personal Action Plan Template

Free personal action plan workbook
The Right Questions Workbook

The Right Questions Workbook

What are your personal values and life goals? Do you have a personal action plan to help you succeed? Would you like a template to help you?

Look no further!

Over the past 10 years, thousands of people have used The Right Questions approach to discover their personal principles and then to live them out in order to thrive and succeed in life.

Now, in 2021, on the ten-year anniversary of The Right Questions, the workbook has been updated and re-published. You can get your free PDF copy when you sign up for the newsletter.

The Right Questions approach

The Right Questions is a planning and decision-making framework based upon asking interrogative questions. The idea for the approach is rooted in Simon Ash’s experience as a bomb disposal officer. The framework has been developed through research, application in management roles, and coaching of senior leaders.

How to use the Right Questions workbook

The Right Questions workbook will help you explore your life purpose, to set and achieve your personal goals.

The book is interactive and will build into a personal action plan that you can keep. You can either print off the book and fill it in by hand, write out the exercises in a notebook, or use the template electronically. The workbook structure allows you to complete the exercises as you go along. The action plan naturally builds as you follow through the steps.

To help you there is introductory information for each step but you will also find hyperlinks to more in-depth advice and further exercises that can help you along the way.

How to get your free e-book

All you need to do is to click on the yellow button at the end of this post. You will then be taken to the checkout page to confirm your free gift and then the download link will be delivered to your inbox (so check your spam folder if it does not appear).

Enjoy the adventure!

“Happy is he who acts the Columbus to his own soul!” – Anonymous