Clever Word Play Suggestions
To identify alternative titles for "Begin With the End," "Construct Your Blueprint," "Choose Your Tribe," "Expert Roundtable," and Take Action: Live the Life You Choose" for the purposes of avoiding generic titles for a book.
Preliminary research indicates there are many phrases that can be substituted for the more general phrases/titles given. Below are a few early suggestions.
BEGIN WITH THE END
- Destination Known is a play-on of "Destination Unknown" and means that a person already knows where they're headed on their journey and they just need to plan how to get there.
- Imagine Your Goal is a visualization technique that allows people to see the end before they start. Visualizing how things turn out can help set the path to realization.
CONSTRUCT YOUR BLUEPRINT
- Dream Your Design is an alternative that encourages people to think about how they want their life to be designed.
- Blaze Your Path encourages people to take their own way through life rather than relying on roads already built.
CHOOSE YOUR TRIBE
- Claim Your Clan is a phrase that essentially means the same as Choose Your Tribe, but in a catchy way.
- Vibe With Your Tribe means that energy attracts the same energy. The "vibe" a person puts out will attract people with similar "vibes."
- Master's Forum — A master is similar to an expert and a forum is similar to a roundtable.
- Pundits' Panel — This is another way of saying "Expert Roundtable" with alliteration that makes the phrase a little more fun.
TAKE ACTION: LIVE THE LIFE YOU CHOOSE
- It's Your Move: What Happens Next is Up to You — This phrase means essentially the same as "Take Action: Life the Life You Choose," but as more of a game-like analogy.
- The Time is Now: Control Your Destiny — This phrase conveys that a person should not procrastinate when it comes to making the life they want.
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As the initial research indicates there are many phrases that can be substituted for the general ones provided, we suggest finding 2-3 additional suggestions per phrase.