I was truly amazed that at my advanced age (52) I clearly did not have my values, goals and behaviors in alignment. The workshop opened my eyes and will affect my career and life decisions as I move forward. I wish everyone could have this experience, perhaps once a decade beginning at 20 to remind them of their true priorities.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) July 10, 2006
Young entrepreneurs can set goals, gain inspiration, create a personal plan to achieve success -- and now earn Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) through the Arizona State University.
Recognized by the Arizona State University (ASU), the LifeManual, http://www.lifemanual.com, personal development program allows young professionals and entrepreneurs to add value to their careers and lives through effective lessons on recognizing their fundamental values aligning them with daily goals, all presented in an inspirational and motivational way.
The Dean of the ASU School of Global Management and Leadership, Leanne Atwater, who has offered her time to continue the navigation of the LifeManual program at Buckeye Jail for inmates says: “I was truly amazed that at my advanced age (52) I clearly did not have my values, goals and behaviors in alignment. The workshop opened my eyes and will affect my career and life decisions as I move forward. I wish everyone could have this experience, perhaps once a decade beginning at 20 to remind them of their true priorities.”
Founded by Century 21 entrepreneur Peter H. Thomas, LifePilot with its LifeManual program focuses on a comprehensive approach to personal fulfillment in both work, personal and family life.
But its motivational lessons have been implemented in the workplace by corporate teams to improve employee motivation -- in addition to business leaders and entrepreneurs setting goals for self improvement and career success.
LifePilot’s LifeManual program can be accessed through a motivational book and a live seminar. The program is also available on the newly launched LifeManual.com website. LifeManual students who take the course online or in person can for $50 apply to receive three CEU’s from ASU.
Earned through ASU, the three LifeManual CEUs are nationally recognized alternative credits earned by young professionals and entrepreneurs seeking stronger placement in their careers. For entrepreneurs, added CEU’s can potentially improve an individual’s brand. For those seeking better employment -- or a promotion -- CEU’s add value to a resume.
In addition, many professional associations including CPA, Nurses, Lawyers, etc. call for their certified members to complete a specific number of CEU’s annually in order to keep up certification.
LifePilot’s LifeManual program, http://www.lifemanual.com, which has been recognized by the Arizona State University for continuing education units, is a systematic process of activities, mental exercises, and reflection that leads to self discovery -- an epiphany i.e., an instant wake-up call. The 5-step journey of mentorship and guidance will uncover your core values and show you how to align these values with daily decisions and goals to attain positive change and ultimately to help you reach your highest, personal potential.
LifeManual has guided over 1,000 LifePilot graduates, who range from jet set entrepreneurs to jail inmates, with the proven self help, motivation, inspiration, and time management practices to chart a course of existence that is more fulfilling, meaningful and valuable.
Founded by Century 21 Real-Estate entrepreneur and Four Seasons hotel developer, Peter H. Thomas, LifePilot is a values based organization structured as a not-for-profit organization from inception. Net proceeds from LifePilot programs are allocated towards community and charitable programs with any year-end net earnings distributed to charities via the Thomas Foundation (Canada) and the Todd Thomas Foundation (USA). The concept of LifePilot was inspired by the tragedy of Thomas’ son Todd, who committed suicide at age 36 due to mental health disorders. http://www.lifepilot.org
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