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. Class project

    • 3. Expectations

    • 4. More or Less Activity

    • 5. More or less analysis

    • 6. Visual imagery

    • 7. More or less final

    • 8. Life balance graph

    • 9. Life balance graph analysis

    • 10. Life balance goals

    • 11. Action steps

    • 12. The End (for now)

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7 of 12 students recommend this class
I enjoyed this class because I was feeling like I was stuck in a rut with no actual direction. I do a lot of introspection from time to time, but with how life is I hadn't really gotten down to the nitty gritty of what was currently bugging me in my life, except that there was something nagging at me. With the exercises given throughout the videos I was able to refocus and become aware of things that I let fly under the radar for so long so I can make the necessary adjustments to get me back on course.
Great tools I can use over and over again
Barbara Miller

Fixer of Things

The 2 very straightforward excercises are easy to understand and complete. They are helpful in highlighting areas that one might want to address first.
I can't imagine there is one single person on this planet who shouldn't start their day by doing this analysis. Heck, it should be compulsory for government officials, teens in every school, even retirees - everyone would benefit.