Where Are You Going?

Lowell Sheppard will conduct seminars on writing your own personal mission statement in January and February

As the new year begins we often take stock of what we have accomplished in the past year and look forward, wondering where we are going and what things inspire us.

“What kind of person do I want to be?”

“Where am I going and why?”

“What do I value and how can I give more meaning to my work and family life?”

“Is my chosen career right for me or should I change course?”

These are all good questions to ask ourselves at any point in our life. Setting goals is great, but understanding what we want our life to be about is an intrinsically basic question that we should answer first.

Of course coming up with answers is the hard part. Often we have a sense of where we should be going but don’t have a way of describing how we plan to get there.

One way is to come up with a personal mission statement – a simple to understand description of how you want to see yourself. A vision of the future can be a powerful force that pulls you further and higher than you have ever been before.

To help you attain this goal Lowell Sheppard is conducting two personal mission statement seminars in Nagoya this February. Lowell recently stepped down from his role at as Executive Director of HOPE International Development Agency Japan and is now conducting seminars and has returned to speaking, writing and consulting while preparing for his solo voyage across the Pacific to Canada in his sailboat the SV Wahine.

The two hour seminars will help you in identifying the historic, philosophic, and personal currents that have influenced your life’s course and world view. The session will incorporate interactive explorations of the value of words and identifying those that have significance to you. This is a fun and meaningful exercise that helps develop precision in speaking, writing, and thinking.

The main goal of the seminar is for you to write a personal mission statement that is authentic, meaningful, and compelling and includes the way you think, the way you feel and the things you want to do.

Here are the Seminar Dates:

Thursday, Jan 23 
From 6:30 to 8:30
Thursday, Jan 30 

From 6:30 to 8:30

Thursday, Feb 27
From 6:30 to 8:30

Saturday, Feb 29
From 6:30 to 8:30

The seminars will be held in Conference Room 1 at The Hayakawa Mental Health Clinic in Issha. (1 minute from Issha subway station Exit 2)

Each seminar is limited to 8 people and reservations will close once they reach capacity. The rate for the seminar is ¥29,000 and includes a two hour all you can eat and drink dinner at a local Taiwanese restaurant following the seminar.

Carter Witt Media is organizing this event.

For reservations contact:

Carter Witt

Download more information as a PDF here: https://tinyurl.com/navigate22

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