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Overview

The Personal Vision Workbook is a practical, activity-based text designed to help readers discover a powerful personal vision that will navigate them through difficult stages of their lives. This step-by-step guide will help the reader find harmony and align priorities in order to succeed in their life and school. It will help the reader to delve into the five primary elements of identity- mind, body, spirit, heart, and relationships- to reveal a powerful personal vision. This vision will enable the user to navigate through life's greatest challenges with a clear sense of purpose. Readers learn to align their lives around their core values and establish tangible goals directed toward a clear vision for the future. With over 25 fun and insightful activities to guide them through self-discovery, establishing core values, setting personal goals, and creating their vision, individuals are asked to think critically, ask the most challenging questions, reach out to friends and family, and craft their own story.

Tobin Burgess,

Tobin Burgess is a consultant and Human Resource Generalist at Toyota Financial Services.

Kevin Pugh,

Kevin Pugh is a consultant and Restorative Justice Coordinator at the Lafayette Community Partnership for Restorative Justice.

Leo Sevigny, Lyndon State College

Leo Sevigny is a consultant and Associate Dean for Student Affairs at Lyndon State College.
  • Fun and innovative activities engage the reader in building a personal vision
  • Real life examples of completed activities, mission statements, and vision expressions are included
  • Ample space is provided in the workbook for readers to record their thoughts
  • Additional activities and resources are available to readers online
  • Motivate your students through self-awareness
Chapter 1: The Vision Pyramid
Chapter 2: Elements of Your Identity
Chapter 3: Developing Your Values
Chapter 4: The Cognitive Identity Area
Chapter 5: The Cultural Identity Area
Chapter 6: The Emotional Identity Area
Chapter 7: The Physical Identity Area
Chapter 8: The Spiritual Identity Area
Chapter 9: Vision Creation
Chapter 10: How to Use this Book

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  • ISBN-10: 1133381073
  • ISBN-13: 9781133381075
  • STARTING AT $34.49

  • ISBN-10: 1401899390
  • ISBN-13: 9781401899394
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $30.00
  • RETAIL $39.95

"The major strength is the way the text walks a person through their thinking, moving from the specific and more concrete to gradually generalizing, identifying themes, and ultimately working toward that vision statement."– Sharon J Farley, Saddleback Community College

"I think that the project’s strengths include a complete scope of personal, social, academic, and occupational identities...The exercises provide the students with helpful activities to give them personal insight. The sections are well organized and provide a variety of types of input from students...It challenges students to think...I like that it goes beyond study skills and time management and the ’traditional’ college success skills that most texts cover." – Dena King, Hamilton College

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

The Personal Vision Workbook

ISBN: 9781401899394
The Personal Vision Workbook is a practical, activity-based text designed to help readers discover a powerful personal vision that will navigate them through difficult stages of their lives. This step-by-step guide will help the reader find harmony and align priorities in order to succeed in their life and school. It will help the reader to delve into the five primary elements of identity- mind, body, spirit, heart, and relationships- to reveal a powerful personal vision. This vision will enable the user to navigate through life's greatest challenges with a clear sense of purpose. Readers learn to align their lives around their core values and establish tangible goals directed toward a clear vision for the future. With over 25 fun and insightful activities to guide them through self-discovery, establishing core values, setting personal goals, and creating their vision, individuals are asked to think critically, ask the most challenging questions, reach out to friends and family, and craft their own story.

FOR STUDENTS

The Personal Vision Workbook

ISBN: 9781401899394
The Personal Vision Workbook is a practical, activity-based text designed to help readers discover a powerful personal vision that will navigate them through difficult stages of their lives. This step-by-step guide will help the reader find harmony and align priorities in order to succeed in their life and school. It will help the reader to delve into the five primary elements of identity- mind, body, spirit, heart, and relationships- to reveal a powerful personal vision. This vision will enable the user to navigate through life's greatest challenges with a clear sense of purpose. Readers learn to align their lives around their core values and establish tangible goals directed toward a clear vision for the future. With over 25 fun and insightful activities to guide them through self-discovery, establishing core values, setting personal goals, and creating their vision, individuals are asked to think critically, ask the most challenging questions, reach out to friends and family, and craft their own story.