Developing a Personal Vision

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Originally presented at CAT on 7 November 2018 by Bart Everson


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Ancient wisdom: KNOW THYSELF. It's still good advice.

Articulating a personal vision has numerous benefits. It can re-energize your efforts, inform your short-term and long-term plans, even improve your daily time-management skills. A personal vision statement reminds you of your purpose, helps you stay focused, and allows you to set goals.

Participants will reflect on personal identity and professional priorities through a series of writing exercises, culminating in a personal vision statement. At the end of the workshop, participants will have a clearer sense of who they are.




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The Five Step Plan for Creating Personal Mission Statements

Photo Credits

Temple of Apollo by Ivan Marcialis CC BY-NC-SA 2.0