Goal 3: Develop my career worthiness – Practice 1

In the previous blog we explored Swami Vivekananda’s second goal of education ‘Build my character & personality’

In this issue we explore, in greater detail, how to achieve Goal 3: 

Develop my career worthiness

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Note:

  • Career worthiness is a crucial goal for a successful work-life, and hence must be built systematically.
  • This feature enables you to develop your career worthiness step-by-step.
    There are four major practices, and each of them has three think triggers (a,b,c) followed by examples.
  • Study these triggers and decide for yourself what actions you can take. The last section has a tool-based exercise, where you can build a map of all that you would need to develop for a career of your choice.

Practice 1: Build career relevant knowledge & skills

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Share examples of experiences when you tried some of these out. Any questions that come up in your mind while doing so, can also be discussed here.

Goal 2: Build my character & personality – Practice 4

In the previous post, we saw the third practice : Expand ourselves to include others in our thinking.

In this post we explore the fourth practice :

Take on responsibility & keep our commitments.

Share examples of experiences when you tried some of these out. Any questions that come up in your mind while doing so, can also be discussed here.

PDF Link – Build my character and personality – VKMar18

Goal 2: Build my character & personality – Practice 1

In the previous issue we explored Swami Vivekananda’s first goal of education ‘Affirm my infinite possibilities’

We also saw how he himself was a role model of affirming one’s infinite possibilities in every sphere of life.

In this issue we explore, in greater detail, how to achieve Goal 2: 

Build my character & personality

 

Note:

  • This feature gives you a set of ‘think triggers’ with which you can develop your own ways of building & developing your character and personality.
  • There are four major practices, and each of them has three think triggers (a, b, c) followed by examples. Study these triggers and decide for yourself what actions you can take.

Practice 1: Develop courage & integrity

 

Share examples of experiences when you tried some of these out. Any questions that come up in your mind while doing so, can also be discussed here.

Goal 1 : Affirm my infinite possibilities – Practice 4

In the previous post, we saw the third practice : Expand your aspirations and make yourself worthy of them.

In this post we explore the fourth practice :

Draw upon your hidden resources.

Share examples of experiences when you tried some of these out. Any questions that come up in your mind while doing so, can also be discussed here.

PDF Link – Affirm my infinite possibilities – VKFeb18

Goal 1 : Affirm my infinite possibilities – Practice 1

In the previous post, we saw four goals of education, presented by Swami Vivekananda:
Goal 1: Affirm my infinite possibilities
Goal 2: Build my character & personality
Goal 3: Develop my career worthiness
Goal 4: Contribute to society
We also reflected on our personal vision of education using “My Educational Goal Map”.

In this post we explore, in greater detail, how to achieve Goal 1.

How to affirm my infinite possibilities?

Share examples of experiences when you tried some of these out. Any questions that come up in your mind while doing so, can also be discussed here.