Design Your Desired Future: Analyze, Self-Discover, & Create a Starting Point on Your Success Path | Jami McDonald-Brumfield | Skillshare

Design Your Desired Future: Analyze, Self-Discover, & Create a Starting Point on Your Success Path

Jami McDonald-Brumfield, Design Your Desired Future

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12 Lessons (25m)
    • 1. Introduction to Personal Growth: Analyze Strengths, Weaknesses and Create a Starting Point for Life

      2:10
    • 2. Class project

      2:28
    • 3. Expectations

      2:54
    • 4. More or Less Activity

      2:30
    • 5. More or less analysis

      1:37
    • 6. Visual imagery

      3:21
    • 7. More or less final

      0:38
    • 8. Life balance graph

      3:13
    • 9. Life balance graph analysis

      2:14
    • 10. Life balance goals

      0:52
    • 11. Action steps

      1:38
    • 12. The End (for now)

      1:25

Project Description

Analysis, Discovery, and Action

There are actually a few exercises in this class that could be considered the class project. You'll be completing a Life Balance graph (includes an analysis of these components: romance and intimacy, family and friends, money and finances, health and wellness, physical environment, fun and recreation, career and life purpose, spiritual alignment), Analysis of Strengths and Weaknesses, Self-Discovery to Transformation, More or Less Brainstorming activity, and a visual imagery exercise. All of these will be part of your personal development and you will keep these in your personal journals. You are NOT asked to turn any of these in to the project gallery.

The Life Balance Graph activity is an analysis of the following life areas romance and intimacy, family and friends, money and finances, health and wellness, physical environment, fun and recreation, career and life purpose, spiritual alignment on a scale of 1 to 10 for each area.

The More of Less activity is a brainstorming step to help you determine where you are now, where you want to be, and help you look forward to future goals.

The Visual Imagery exercise is simply an activity where you'll be asked to imagine a specific scenario to help put focus on necessary components to reach your goal. This should be done in a place where you will be undisturbed, where you can safely close your eyes, and focus inward. This is a type of meditation activity.

To complete the class project I only ask that you do a post in the gallery about your biggest takeaway (or lesson learned) from this class

I hope you enjoyed this class and the content provided. Thank you for participating in this class. Be sure to follow me on Skill Share and sign up for my Newsletter here for updates to future classes.  

Student Projects

Barbara Miller
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Take-away notes
Ella Medler
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The Life Balance Graph
Laci Mc-Smith
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