Course ID: WELLBEING

Achievement as a Pathway to Well-Being

Dr. Martin Seligman, a pioneer in the field of positive psychology identified Achievement as a foundational building block that contributes to a flourishing life in his PERMA model of well-being. 

Achievement helps to build self-esteem and strengthens self-efficacy, our belief that we can effectively meet the challenges of life.  Creating and working toward goals helps us anticipate and build hope for the future. Past successes make us feel more confident and optimistic about future attempts.  Having explicit goals in life, even small ones, and making efforts to achieve them are important to well-being and happiness. This course addresses both components of achievement: being and doing.  Learn how to set goals and take action that leads to success, reflects your values and elevates your well-being


Learning Objectives

  • Understand the role our inner stances and mindset play in setting goals and taking action. 
  • Create a vision that aligns your goals with your values and purpose. 
  • Leverage a strategy for measuring progress that incorporates the power of positive emotions.
  • Develop Outcome Goals, Process Goals and Bigger than Self Goals.

Major Topics

  • The PERMA Model of Well-Being
  • Identify and clarify your personal values
  • The WHY for setting goals
  • Gap vs. Gain Method to Measure Progress
  • Growth vs. Fixed Mindsets
  • Create a Vision for your personal & professional life
  • Future Self Journaling

 


Advanced Preparations

None


Who Should Attend

Designed for anyone who wants to succeed, achieve AND create a flourishing life.


Fields of Study

Personal Development

Prerequisites

None


Provider

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits

4

Level

Basic

This course is available for your group as:

 

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Or, contact BLI: 888-481-3500 or team@blionline.org
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