First Sunday

  • 11/03/2019
  • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Pellissippi State Community College, Hardin Valley Road

Terri Lyon, author of "What’s On Your Sign? How to focus your passion and change the world." will give this presentation. 

From the Book's Website:

Perhaps you want to work for change in the world, but with so much happening it’s hard to know where to start. Do you find yourself asking, What issue should I choose? How can I best help? How do I get started? 

Or perhaps you are an activist but find yourself asking, Is this work a good fit for me? How do I know if I’m making a difference? How can I feel more motivated? 

Get the answers you need in What’s On Your Sign? How to focus your passion and change the world. An engaging and entertaining guidebook, What’s On Your Sign? will help you:

  • Find what you’re most passionate about among the myriad of causes.
  • Match your skills with the type of activism work that best suits you.
  • Find an activism opportunity that works for your life.
  • Determine if the activism work you are doing makes a difference.
  • Stay motivated in your activism for the long-term.

Psychologist, teacher, and activist Terri Lyon merged her training and experience to create What’s On Your Sign? to help you identify your strengths, skills, and interests and use them to bring about effective change through activism—enjoyable, effective activism.

What’s On Your Sign? is unique among books on activism:

This book doesn’t tell you to head to the streets. It helps you recognize what you bring to the table that will create positive change on an issue.

This book helps you focus on your passion. Other books direct you to the author’s cause.

This book will inspire you to do something other than march. Activist profiles include the painter, singer, musician, children’s book author, playwright, craftivist, serial entrepreneur, and others—all using their talents to further a cause.


Even if activism is not your thing, this presentation will help you find better focus for your life. 

We meet in the cafeteria annex at the back of the Goins Administration Building. Come early for coffee and conversation. 

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