The training program guides participants into a deep understanding of the nature of purpose and what it looks like in their lives. From there, they explore possibilities for the future. Some of these possibilities already exist, others are dreams. Once these possibilities are identified, participants learn how to investigate them and discern what matters most to them. Participants then explore potential barriers to future purpose, and they learn effective strategies for overcoming these barriers.
The content of our training program is drawn from cutting-edge research on meaning and purpose. Participants apply to their lives concepts and theories developed to guide people into a deeper understanding of themselves and what matters most to them. These include: King's Best Possible Selves Exercise, Krumboltz's Happenstance Theory, Markus and Nurius' Possible Selves, Martela and Steger's Three Meanings of Meaning in Life, Pennebaker's Writing Paradigm and many more.
By the end of training, participants have a much clearer understanding of what matters most to them, and they know how to develop purpose in their careers, relationships, and other areas of life.
Do you want to learn how to find deep, rich, profound meaning in your life? We can help... maybe.
If you're a UConn student or staff, look at the "upcoming training" section on the home page and see if there's a program that works for you.
If you're at UConn and lead a group, we might be able to offer training for your group. Send us an email, and we'll go from there.
If you're not at UConn, let's talk. As word has gotten out about our training, we're fielding requests from companies, organizations, and other colleges. Drop us a line, and we can see what's possible.