Own Your Future
Own Your Future
Participants take a deep look at their lives today, determine what they want in their future, and decide on a few action steps to close the gap between the two. Because participants have the option to explore any area of their life in further detail, the session remains evergreen.
Create a clear and compelling vision for your future.
Identify the steps that will get you there.
Purchase one for each facilitator you plan to have run a meeting.
One set of table materials is needed for every group of 5–6 people that will sit around a table together. These materials are reusable, so you only need to buy them once.
Table Discussion Guide
Vision: Good to Know Card Deck
Every participant will need a set of these single-use materials to use during the experience. Materials are sold in sets of 6.
Life Area Prompts
Orient participants to the materials and set context.
Discover the power of a clear vision of the future.
Engage in dynamic group discussion.
Self-discovery of data about visioning.
Draw conclusions about the power of vision.
Establish a Baseline
Evaluate all 12 areas of your life today.
Complete an individual workbook activity.
Draw a “thumbprint” of life today.
Discuss where we’re fulfilled and where there are opportunities.
Choose one area of life to focus on.
Develop a detailed vision for it.
Work individually with a series of prompting questions to create a vision.
Partner activity to push visions to further clarity and specificity.
Make it Happen
Compare your life today with the life you want, and choose a few things to do to close the gap.
Individual action planning.
Group share-out of highest-priority actions.
Establish accountability mechanisms.
Option to focus on one specific area of life. Employers commonly will focus the group on “Work.”
Option to adapt for undergraduate and graduate student audiences outside of an employment context.