By This Time Next Year I’ll…
Question 7: How would you like to improve yourself and your life next year?
Our Answer: Don’t wait, start by signing up for 10Q today!
If you’ve answered this question in the past, then you are likely familiar with 10Q – Reboot’s annual project for personal introspection. Inspired by the focus on reflection during the Jewish High Holidays, 10Q has presents individuals and communities the chance to look back on their year(s) and chart a new path forward. This year, we are continuing to bring meaningful reflection to thousands around the world and we’ve enhanced many facets of the project thanks to the generous support of the Righteous Persons Foundation.
New to 10Q? Here’s the scoop: Start by signing up for 10Q here. Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, 10Q emails you a question a day; you send your answers to the secure online 10Q vault, and they are returned to you one year later, as the process begins anew. The aim is to enable a multigenerational and diverse audience to connect with the idea and practice of introspection, fusing modern technologies with ancient practice.
The 10Q questions are, it seems to me, a good entry point for the more difficult questions and challenges of being a human being. – 10Q Participant
Beyond the Digital and Into Your Community
Hosting a program in your community or want to facilitate a meaningful conversation at your holiday dinner? We’ve rolled out new tools to engage communities with the launch of our 10Q reflection journals. These pieces offer a taste of the 10Q reflection process in a beautiful presentation and are available in two editions: one for adults and another geared towards families. We are also sharing the Renew Postcard project again, with prompts that allow people to set intentions and goals for the year ahead.
Partners around the country are preparing to host over 260 events, with more signing up each day. Sign up to get these tools along with all of our digital resources online here.
Why 10Q works in communities:
“Students report that they see the Holidays as more personally meaningful, rather than just an obligation. They also say that they feel more ownership over their practice and engagement with the holidays.” – 10Q Community Partner
“10Q is fantastic! … Along with the wonderful potential as an engagement tool, I really valued the personal introspection that 10Q encouraged and look forward to participating again next year.” – 10Q Community Partner
10Q is Going Mobile:
You’ve asked and we’re launching the re-designed 10Q mobile site just in time for this year’s questions to arrive in your inbox. For the first time, 10Q will be mobile-optimized so you can take 10Q with you anywhere you are – so feel free to leave your laptop at home when you go to visit your bubbie for Rosh Hashanah.
So, if you are one of the 50,000 people who has answered 10Q questions or an organization hoping to add a meaningful framing for reflection to your holiday programs – we hope you will join us for 10Q this year.