The Blooming Of The Lotus Sheet
Please answer the questions below :
My Deepest Values *
My Strength *
Visualize that today is your last day on this planet, then what are the 3 most important lessons that life taught you and why are they so important ?
1. Marry someone you love and always make your family the highest priority.
2. Work hard, keep your standards highand never settle for anything less than what you are capable of achieving.
3. Treat other people with respect and kindness.
Who is that person whom you respect the most in your life and what are the 3 most admirable qualities about them? e.g My Father *
Who are you at your best? *
What is the one line statement you would like to be said for you or seen on your tombstone that captures who you really were in your life ? e.g He cared. And he never stopped trying to give more of himself to others. *
Write your vision statement in present tense. It should be both practical and inspirational.
My personal vision ( reflecting my deepest values) e.g My highest priority in life is my wife and children. When we are together, I am committed to giving them all my energy and attention. To make it happen, I must also take care of myself physically. *
My Work/Career Vision ( reflecting my personal vision and values ): e.g At work, I hold myself to a high standard of excellence. As a leader, I model each of my primary values – most of all kindness, concern for others and integrity. I make others cared for and confident that they can count on me to live up to my commitments. Whatever I do , I do wholeheartedly. *
Having a wellness program like corporate yoga is something that sets you apart from your competitors. It can reduce work-associated injuries such as low back pain, and reduce work loss due to stress and illness. The bottom line is helping employees develop a healthy way to combat stress in the workplace; let them know how much they mean to the company by providing them with the break they need to be more productive at work and in life.
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