Take a Look in Your Bucket: How Small Accomplishments Can Make a Difference.
2021thu01jul8:00 amthu9:30 amTake a Look in Your Bucket: How Small Accomplishments Can Make a Difference.8:00 am - 9:30 am
Virtual coffee talk Do you have something on your bucket list that you’ve been wanting to do but haven’t gotten around to it? Maybe it is work related but maybe it’s
Virtual coffee talk
Do you have something on your bucket list that you’ve been wanting to do but haven’t gotten around to it? Maybe it is work related but maybe it’s personal. Many of you have plans to write a book, start a non-profit, plant a garden, take a road trip, etc. and you can never quite seem to get started. Sometimes our projects don’t make it into reality because they don’t seem as important as other people’s projects or they’re not “world changing”. But—what if the best way to change the world is to do that thing on your lists that brings a little more joy into the world? Perhaps it brings you joy. Perhaps your joy will bring others joy. And, perhaps your joy will make you a better leader.
In this session we will take a look how taking on a small (or not so small) project could make the world a little better place to live.
- Learn how to identify perceived obstacles versus real obstacles
- Stop getting in your own way
- Pursue accomplishments that bring you joy
- Develop skills to overcome procrastination and inaction
- Start accomplishing something you’ve always wanted to do
This program is ideal for:
- Anyone who has an idea and/or would like to make the world a better place.
About Our Facilitators
Jeff Eads is the Associate Director of Employer Relations and Recruitment Programs at the Ball State Career Center. At work, he helps employers strategize their recruitment efforts and find qualified students to meet hiring needs. Jeff is most satisfied when helping others lean into their potential and achieve their goals. He has done this most often through program development, seminars, and one on one coaching. He recently wrote a reflection guide examining how individuals have developed valuable workplace competencies through ministry activities. A few people may read it and find it helpful. That will make it worth the effort of accomplishing this bucket list item.
Dillon Waggoner is an assistant director at the Ball State Career Center. He facilitates workshops on career and skill development and meets one-on-one with students to help them explore careers, opportunities, and accomplish goals. He’s also a lover of strategy games and fantasy novels and recently published his first card game. He aspires to make more games in the future and to eventually finish writing a novel or two. Dillon’s creative accomplishments have brought joy to himself and to a small number of other humans, which is more than enough to be an amazing thing!
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am