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P. Link 7: The Positivity Link to Meaning & Purpose "the meaningful life"
Start Date (Local)
7/24/2013 12:00:00 PM Eastern (EST/EDT)
7/24/2013 1:00:00 PM Eastern (EST/EDT)
Field of Study
Personal Development -- 1 Credit
The fourth critical ingredient of our well-being is meaning and purpose. Driven from birth to pursue relationships and work that focus our efforts on what matters, human beings are genetically wired to care about whether or not they matter.
Meaning and purpose is found in our contact with things outside of ourselves so it matters that we are paying attention to those interactions and carefully choosing where we are investing our time, talent, and energy.
This webcast introduces the thinking of Victor Frankl and George Vaillant, two thought leaders who have contributed substantial insight into what creates meaning: how to recognize and how to be intentional about ensuring that our lives have it as a core ingredient.
This P.link webcast also includes a live demonstration of the P.link Self-coaching tool The Sweet Spot. A coaching technique designed to create a personalized map of meaning for participants. The first step towards strengthening this domain of your well-being portfolio.
Because the coaching practicum is embedded in this webcast session, the P.link Leadership Course self-coaching The Sweet Spot toolkit (PDF) is required to complete this webinar. Strongly recommended although not required: * The Positivity Link to Flourishing (Webcast) * The Theory of Well-being (Webcast) * The Theory of Positivity (Webcast) * Strengths (webinar) * Engagement Within (webinar) * Relationships with Others (webinar)
Participants in this course will gain an understanding of: * The Theory of Well-being and the five domains of PERMA * What conditions create “meaningful” experiences and relationships * Why meaning is important to well-being * How meaning plays out between our innate self and our conditioned self * The inherent link between character strengths and meaningful pursuits * The distinction between a job, a career, and a calling as it relates to meaning * Savoring as a strategy to enhance meaning