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Quiz: Which Disney Song Should be the Title of Your Autobiography?
Choosing the right title for your autobiography can be tricky. In a few short words, you need to succinctly capture the themes and events of your entire life’s story… and you need to do it with enough flair that you leave potential readers saying, “Shut up and take my money.”
Fortunately, the songbook of Disney is here to help. Whether your memoir is a thoughtful meditation on your childhood, an adventure journal about your world travels, or a carefree manifesto on how life should be lived, there is a Disney song title out there just begging to be borrowed.
“Don’t spend your time looking around for what can’t be found”
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“Hakuna Matata” Should be Title of Your Autobiography!
Your memoir tells the story of the carefree life you spend sleeping under the stars and feasting on whatever grub comes your way. What better problem-free philosophy to sum up the rest of your days?
Sure, you might be a little rough around the edges, but you probably clean up nicely. Your life’s story is all about your potential; you just need to find the right friends/family/snowman to help you pull it all together.
“Very Good Advice” Should be Title of Your Autobiography!
Your life experiences have left you with a wealth of wisdom, which you can now generously share with your readers. While you might not always follow your own advice, hopefully now that it’s all written down someone else will!
“One Jump Ahead” Should be Title of Your Autobiography!
They’re quick but you’re much faster. Share your tips and tricks of the trade so that other diamonds in the rough might have a chance at following in your footsteps.
“Why Should I Worry?” Should be Title of Your Autobiography!
You’ve gotten this far in life on just luck, charm, and innate musical talent. Now’s not the time to start over-thinking what title you should use for your book. Just go with your gut.
Who needs a pond to gaze wistfully at their reflection in, when they have your book? Your outlook on life brilliantly blends respect for the past with excitement for the future, and you do it all while showing the world who you truly are.
“The Bare Necessities” Should be Title of Your Autobiography!
You keep it short and sweet, and only focus on what’s necessary for a happy life. Let those other books go on about worries and strife; you’ll be busy neatly summing up your days of simple living and prickly pear picking.
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