“What do you do?” Julie Geeting, LPC, NCC, examines this simple question as a catalyst to help individuals experience greater well-being and purpose in their lives. Julie will also look at the connection between personal and professional development, incorporating research on how individuals can develop more meaning through work.
There is a French saying, “c’est en forgeant qu’on devient forgeron,” which translates to “it is smiting that makes the smith,” or “it is in doing that we become.” Working towards meaningful goals is inherently transformative. Accomplishing personal goals improves our sense of purpose, self-efficacy, and satisfaction with life. In this seminar, you will learn to formulate, set, and take action on your goals using the SMART method and concepts from Anthropedia’s Know Yourself workshops. Participants will also practice setting a SMART objective during the seminar.
Life stressors like hair-on-fire deadlines, anxiety-producing headlines, and unexpected health crises are inevitable; suffering is optional. Learn how to balance time and energy between work and family, community service and recreation, exercise and relaxation, personal passions and obligations. Check things off both your to-do list and bucket list using a simple framework you can integrate right away to organize your day for joy even in the busiest of seasons.