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“AN UNEXAMINED LIFE IS NOT WORTH LIVING”—SOCRATES “TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE”— SHAKESPEARE Creating a Personal Vision Statement.

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1 “AN UNEXAMINED LIFE IS NOT WORTH LIVING”—SOCRATES “TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE”— SHAKESPEARE Creating a Personal Vision Statement

2 What is a Personal Vision Statement? It is a brief description of who you are; a guiding light; a way to focus your energy, actions and behaviors towards what is most important to you (see statements.htm) statements.htm Revisit your vision boards

3 Expand Your Personal Vision Think of Goals for different dimensions of your lives:  Physical  Spiritual  Career and/or aspiration  Intellectual  Family  Leadership

4 Writing Your Personal Vision Statement Writing your statement lends power and commitment to its accomplishment Carefully crafting your statement enables you to gain control and take responsibility for it Uploading your statement to your ePortfolio gives you a public identity and ability to share your statement with your peers, mentors, staff, professors, and family

5 Creating a Wordle You can represent your personal vision visually and creatively on ePortfolio Michelle Birch, an ePortfolio etern can assist you Check out the tutorial as well for additional assistance:

6 Wordle

7 Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Franklin Covey  Be proactive  Begin with the end in mind—clarify your values and life goals  Put first things first  Think win-win  Seek first to understand, then to be understood  Synergize  Sharpen the saw—balance and renew your resources 


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