Senior Project Advisor
Vernacchia, Ralph A., 1945-
Governing values, Productivity
Through the concentrated efforts of: (1) learning to control our time, (2) identifying our governing values, (3) being productive, (4) leaving our comfort zones, (5) setting goals, (6) implementing daily prioritized planning, (7) developing our character and habits, (8) participating in regular physical activity, (9) finding sources of social support and (10) recognizing the ultimate source of our self-esteem we may .uncover this much-needed clarity. We will begin to feel and recognize what it is that resonates within us; that which makes our lives seem worthwhile. We will at the same time gain the confidence and focus necessary to handle the everyday commotion and have the energy left at the end of the day to enjoy it. The ultimate goal is, after all, to be happy and to have fun with the challenges life presents us... so that we may feel the exhilaration of mastering them.
Stafford, Robert C. (Robert Charles), "Life Is A Gift... So Enjoy It!: Strategies for Leading a Healthy, Balanced & Rewarding Life" (2000). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 307.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Time management; Action theory; Health
student projects; term papers
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