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  • Action Plan

    Examine all that you’ve written down. Take notice of anything that may have surprised

    As you move through this program you will have the opportunity to focus on the areas
    in your life that you would like to change or improve. Know that you are moving
    toward being the absolute best you can possibly be. Accept who you are today.

  • This is not a time to be critical or pass any kind of judgment. It is an opportunity to
    stop and look and begin to see within youself. Begin to understand all that you are
    about. You have a lot to offer the world. It starts with a the simple understanding:

    Who am I?

    “…you are the only person alive who has sole custody of your life. Your particular life.
    Your entire life. Not just your life at a desk, or your life on the bus, or in the car or at
    the computer. Not just the life of your mind, but the life of your heart. Not just your
    bank account, but your soul.”3

    Go to the actions menu, select Create Activities, select Journal.  You are now creating your own personal journal for this course.  In that journal go through this excersise again.

    Who am I?  Keep writing, keep asking, go deeper!

  • Concept:

    Identify Who’s Within. Are you wondering yet what this could possibly mean?

    I know it sounds a little funny, but it comes from the title of the program: “The
    Leadership SherpaSM Within.” Within you, that is. The first part of really becoming a
    leader of your life is to truly identify, understand, and accept who you are. Take a long,
    deep look inside of your yourself. Don’t be afraid to acknowledge the not-so-good
    things you might find right along with all that is good.

    Often, when we think of who we are, we are really only thinking about it in terms of
    our egos. Ego is an idea we construct about who and what we are.
    Dr. Wayne Dyer points out that there are 6 ego beliefs:

    I am what I have.
    I am what I do.
    I am what others think of me.
    I am separate from everyone.
    I am separate from all that is missing in my life.
    I am separate from God.

    Identifying who’s within will take more than what is in our ego. It may “take some time
    to recognize and readjust any or all of these six beliefs.”1 This is just the first step in the

    In his book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey relates to us
    what he and his wife went through. “We began to realize that if we wanted to change
    the situation we first had to change oursleves. And to change ourselves effectively, we
    first had to change our perceptions.”2 As you start this process and determine if there’s
    a situation that needs to change, I invite you to be open to changing your perception.
    The beautiful thing about this journey is that it is all about you.

  • Objective:

    By the end of this lesson you should have a greater awareness of who you are.

  • Set Big Goals and Chart Your Course

    In this phase you will go through these discoveries:

    Identify Who’s Within
    Values - What do I value?
    Vision – What’s my vision?
    Goal setting – What do I want to achieve?
    Live in the present
    Honor Yourself

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