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Kolektív autorov: The Designing Your Life Workbook

Počet strán: 144

Väzba: iná / ostatná

EAN: 9781524761813

Jazyk: anglický

ISBN: 1524761818

Dátum vydania: 8. mája 2018

Vydavateľstvo:  Random House

Orig. vydavateľstvo: 

Rozmery: 2,3 cm x 20,1 cm x 23,1 cm

The Designing Your Life Workbook

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O knihe: The Interactive Companion to the #1 New York Times Bestselling Book Design the most important project of all: your life. Based on the wildly popular Stanford course that started the life design movement, this notebook, which has a metallic spiral spine, frosted acetate cover, and elastic bellyband allows you to dig deeper into your curiosities, motivations, and skills; define your goals; and track your progress. Work through innovative option-generating tools and exercises, including: - A Health/Work/Play/Love Dashboard tool to reflect on your work/life balance

- Questions to help you articulate your Lifeview and Workview and define your life design Compass

- Good Time Journal pages to log your energy and engagement throughout the day

- Fold-out dotted paper for mind mapping to generate new ideas and getting unstuck

- Worksheets to help you ideate alternate Odyssey Plans for different versions of the future you

- Charts for tracking your Life Design Interviews Whether you're a recent graduate, mid-career, or contemplating your encore life or retirement--and whether it's time to make that big move or you're just interested in making your current situation a little bit better--The Designing Your Life Workbook is your dynamic roadmap to building a joyful, fulfilling life that always holds the possibility of surprise.

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