Personal Discovery Course for Graduate Students
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What are my values and principles which I wish to live by?
What is success to me?
Who Am I? How can I live authentically?
What is my vision for my life? Discovering my life mission
How can I be more present in my life? Mindfulness exercises
How can I make a difference?
Financial Literacy: how do my values relate to money?
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Can you commit to attending all 4 sessions, a coaching meeting, and reflective exercises on your own time?
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Personal Meaning of Success Autobiography ------ Before our first session, notice and journal about the following questions. You do not need to share your answers. You will have opportunity to talk about any insights or challenges you noticed.
• Write the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “Success.”
• As you grew up, who or what influenced your ideas about success?
• Thinking back through your life, what have you been told about success or what success is? (implicitly or overtly)
• How do these influences or what you’ve been told about success play out in your life now? What parts do you question or have you found another approach to?
• What challenges do you find in questioning the definitions of success that have influenced your life? What do you need in order to face these challenges?
• In your experience now, what makes you feel successful? What do you associate with success for you personally?
• What do you consider to be a meaningful accomplishment? What hinders you from feeling a sense of accomplishment? (you might think of some examples from your experiences in the past year)
• Write your own personal definition of success, starting with “Success for me means…”
• Based on your definition of success, what in your experience as a Graduate student hinders or helps you to feel successful? Where do you currently feel you are successful or not successful (considering your own definition)? You might consider these questions in relationship to many aspects of your life such as school, relationships, family, interests outside of school, etc.
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