On Purpose: Living life with intention

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Meaning and Purpose Workshop Adelaide

Some of us already know their purpose in life; others stumble upon it. For those lucky few it drives action, commitment and productivity - in their relationships, work and health. This workshop will guide a reflective process for participants to discover, define and articulate their purpose in all domains of life.

Moreover, individuals who live life with intention are more committed at work and organisations whose purpose is well articulated tend to attract committed employees.

The statistics are out: People who live life with purpose have significantly reduced risks of heart attacks, strokes and Alzheimer’s disease. They are more productive because they are more relaxed during the day and they sleep better at night. They even have increased levels of ‘good’ cholesterol and reduced inflammatory cell activity.

Why don’t we all jump aboard?

For many of us, however, finding and sticking to one’s purpose in life is as elusive as a silk scarf snatched by the wind.

This workshop will stimulate a deeper consideration of individual values and intentional behaviours, bringing participants to a holistic understanding of their own ‘M’ in Seligman’s path to flourishing PERMA model.

Energy will power, good health and long-term life satisfaction are the happy byproducts for successful workshop graduates!

Facilitator: Jane Turner Gold Smith

This is a 2019 New Release: please register interest for an in house tailored workshop delivery.

Jane Turner GoldSmith is a registered Psychologist
She is also an accomplished writer and former English Teacher this workshop has a guided creative writing component. Creatively and engagingly presented for impact.

It is a positive and creative workshop to establish goals and clarity.

This incorporates the wheel of life related to Subjective Wellbeing:
This involves different components: life satisfaction (global judgments of one’s life), satisfaction with important life domains (e.g., recreation), positive affect (experiencing pleasant emotions and moods), and low levels of negative affect (experiencing few unpleasant emotions and moods) (Diener, 2000).

More about Jane Turner Goldsmith:
Jane ran workshops in creative writing for the Writers of the Far South Coast and has also taught fiction writing through TafeSA. Since 2012 she has worked at the University of Adelaide, for five years in student counseling, now with International Students. She runs writing workshops in schools through the ASA 'Authors in Schools' Programme and for the South Australian Writers' Centre.

She is an accomplished writer and has written several books
>Poinciana (Wakefield Press, 2006) was short-listed in the 2007 Commonwealth Writer’s Prize, First Novel Category (Asia/South-Pacific Region)and the 2007 SA Writer’s Festival People’s Choice Award.
Her other publications are a children’s novel, Gone Fishing, (Macmillan Education, 2005), and an edited anthology, Adopting: Parent’s Stories (Wakefield Press, 2007). She has completed a second novel (For Good) and is working on her third.

Jane Turner Goldsmith is a registered Psychologist and is registered with AHPRA.

Wundertraining is not associated with AHPRA.      

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