As I mentioned, I'm working on revamping the Getting Started section since there's certainly room for improvement. I've had a difficult time redoing it, simply because it's not as I initially thought to translate and replicate a conversation I'd more likely have face-to-face with the other person's input after which I formulate my next thoughts or questions. A conversation is a two way street and the online nature of the quizzes would naturally miss out on body language, oral tone, and the like. Mind you, I don't think we have the artificial intelligence for it, though something like a SoJo-ized version of CleverBot would certainly be clever.
However, it's about working within one's constraints -- every project has its constraints, whether it's time, resources, or human support. Some of the constraints for this particular project were then putting me in a funk and I wasn't sure how I'd break out of this. It didn't help that I was temporarily out of power at home due to weather conditions on Monday and so I had fewer resources at my disposal. In my frustration, I decided an impromptu reading break yesterday would help.
This is where I found new ways of revising the content through my reading and the Google searches that followed. Find what inspires you, whether it's an old magazine with an article on pleasure or a good book on looking at your time differently (review coming soon!). These pieces, in turn, then got me to think about what we could ask you differently. Those catapulted my inspirations for how we could reword our questions differently and still let you come to your own conclusions, something I truly believe we're working towards with every part of our site.
I've always been an avid reader so this comes more naturally to me. But what if you're not? My suggestion is to let your curiosity and the need to "find" inspiration guide you. Imagine yourself on a quest for information, to lead to the treasure of inspiration that will help launch your next actions. Give yourself some time, as a break, to do this and let each piece guide you to your next one, just like you would in a scavenger or treasure hunt. Before you know it, you'll have found the inspiration you've been looking for all along.