Course curriculum

  • 1

    Leading a life on my own terms - 30 years of exploration on learning

  • 2

    Gratitude

    • Create language to feel the emotions not the motions

    • Gratitude Practice

  • 3

    Empathy

    • A necessary tool, but not a mission.

    • Empathy Practice

  • 4

    Creativity

    • Creativity is to integrate concepts towards a solution.

    • Creativity Practice

  • 5

    Grit

    • A combination of grit and habits for continued growth.

    • Grit Practice

  • 6

    Thought Reflection

    • In a moment of disagreement, remember, the world needs your input.

    • Thought Reflection Practice

  • 7

    Thoughtful Contribution

    • Contribution aligned with our core values creates a feedback loop. It creates more to give.

    • Thoughtful Contribution Practice

  • 8

    Validation

    • A repeated mantra: “I am enough.”

    • Validation Practice

  • 9

    Uniqueness

    • What am I capable of doing that is unique to me?

    • Uniqueness Practice

  • 10

    Character

    • Character, and strength, are built with purposeful habits and focus.

    • Character Practice

  • 11

    Blame

    • To be a better learner we must hold ourselves accountable. It is an “inside job.”

    • Blame Practice

  • 12

    Humility

    • Being humble in front of feedback for self-development.

    • Humility Practice

  • 13

    Presence

    • Understanding allows us to have presence for growth in our relationships

    • Practicing Presence

  • 14

    Curiosity

    • Curiosity in iterating practice habits leads to personal growth.

    • Curiosity Practice

  • 15

    Priorities

    • Creating futures by establishing mindful priorities now.

    • Priorities Practice

  • 16

    Patience

    • Practicing patience, in response, for internal happiness and self-growth.

    • Patience Practice

  • 17

    Happiness

    • Feeling happiness through attention and action in our own self desires not others.

    • Happiness Practice

  • 18

    Persistence

    • Process, therefore, matter more than goals.

    • Persistence Practice