<p>Roman Tschäppeler is a creative producer based in Biel, Switzerland. He has been consulting and producing various projects ranging from documentary movies, ad campaigns, pop music to art installations. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark and Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland.<br><br>Mikael Krogerus is from Finland and was a staff writer with <i>NZZ Folio</i> for five years. He is now editor at <i>Das Magazin</i>, the weekly from the Swiss Newspaper <i>Tagesanzeiger</i>. He is a graduate from Kaospilot School in Aarhus, Denmark.</p><p>What would be your ideal job if you didn't have to worry about money? Would you like to have more responsibility or less? How far would you go for a promotion? When did you last stand up for what you believe in? What are you afraid of?<br><br>In this unique handbook to your own life and work, there are no right or wrong answers: only honest ones. Featuring sections on subjects everyone can relate to, from the professional (work and finance), to the personal (sex and relationships), <i>The Question Book </i>can be used alone, like a journal; or with a colleague, partner or friend. It will probe and enlighten on everything, including what your boss really thinks about you, whether you are in the right job, and what motivates you to get out of bed every morning. These wide-ranging questions - which provoke short 'yes or no's as well as open-ended responses that dig deeper - are pertinent, direct, and compulsively fun to answer. In <i>The Question Book</i>, you are under the spotlight. And only you have the answer.</p><i>The Decision Book</i> was a global phenomenon, and number 6 in the bestselling business books of the year for 2011. Now the authors return with compulsive questions about every aspect of our lives.In a world where companies spend large sums of money on team building days, The Question Book could offer the same result for a fraction of the price - and you could probably also discover a lot more about yourself and your colleagues by answering some of the questions it poses.