Integrating What You Do With Who You Are

Explore the Dimensions of Self Awareness that enable you to integrate what you do with you you are

Take this Course for $60
We spend much of our life in the pursuit of and the doing of "work". Work provides us the basis for maintaining a livelihood, developing a career, and enhancing our personal satisfaction and growth. Through work, we have the opportunity for lifelong learning to develop new behaviors and skills in order to fulfill our deepest needs and desires.

As such, the better we can discover and understand ourselves, we can approach work from the perspective of being able to continually come to terms with what in our experience nurtures us and what we must move through or beyond.

In this course you will be guided to explore the 8 Dimensions of Self Awareness that can form the basis for your current and ever changing relationship to the work you do in the world.

By completing the exercises in this course you will:

  • Explore the multi-layered dimensions of self-awareness that interweave into how you “show up” in what you do.
  • Explore your essential values, beliefs, assumptions and diversity as you confront inner and outer conflicts that affect your ability to more intimately and deeply connect with yourself and others.
  • Develop a plan to actualize your sense of purpose and expression of service through ongoing awareness and practice.

Intended Audience: Students, Career Transition, Job Seekers

Course Curriculum

How Do People Typically Choose Career Paths
Key Elements of a Life's Work
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The 8 Dimensions
Mindful Breathing Exercise
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Who Are You?
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Download and Complete Exercise
Download and Complete the Circumstances Exercise
My Best Experience
Download and Complete the Convictions Exercise
Download and Complete the Connections Exercise
Download and Complete the Creations Exercise
Download and Complete the Consensus Exercise
Download and Complete the Confluence Exercise
Your Perfect Work
Mission Statement and Next Steps
How Can I Help?

Michael Baroff