Goals: The Lifelong Project - 8 PDUs
What you'll learn
- Define your real goals
- Identify your wants and needs
- Launch a personal project for your life
- Write a charter for your life
- Prioritize your project goals for maximum results
- Breakdown your goals into activities
- Build a schedule of how to achieve your goals
- Strategize your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats
- Dedication to do the work to achieve your goals.
The Lifelong Project; Activity ID 93015731
8 PDU hours for leadership
What would you do if you had one year to complete the largest project of your life? Where would you begin? What questions would you ask? What resources would you rely on? What processes and procedures would you want to use to ensure that your project was successful?
Now ask: What if you treated the next year of your life as a project?
A few years ago I was at the lowest point in my life: deep in debt, just out of a divorce, and a single dad. My business was failing – along with the economy – and I didn’t know how I’d ever recover from my self-created mess.
I needed something, anything, to back away from the edge and get my life moving in a new direction. I believed that all I had was project management. I held that assumption because I’d written five books on project management, delivered project management seminars for over a decade, and consulted for organizations across the globe.
So I asked: What if you treat the next year of your life as a project? It was a challenge to press on, an opportunity to learn and to grow, and a commitment to try just one more time.
I’m not a psychologist, a Zen guru, or some New Age zealot. I’m a man that’s learned and applied some universal truths to get what I want into and out of my life. If I can do it, you can too. Let me show you how.
In this hands-on course you will learn how you can treat your life as a project. You’ll create requirements, project plans, discover immediate actions to execute, identify the constraints that are anchoring your ambitions, and much, much more.
Who this course is for:
- This is a course for people who are serious about reaching their goals.
- This course requires you to work on building a project plan.
- This is a course for people who want to take charge of their lives.
- This isn’t a course for people who like to dream and do nothing.
- This isn’t a course for people looking for magic answers.
Joseph Phillips has more than 20 years’ experience as a project management consultant, educator, technology consultant, business owner, and technical writer. He has consulted as a project manager for a range of businesses, including startups, hospitals, architectural firms, and manufacturers. Joseph is passionate about helping students pass the PMP certification exam. He has created and led both in-person and web-based seminars on project management, PMP certification, IT project management, program management, writing, business analysis, technical writing, and related topics. Joseph has written, co-authored, or served as technical editor to more than 35 books on technology, careers, project management, and goal setting for MacMillan, McGraw-Hill, Pearson Education, and AMA Press.
Project Management Professional (PMP)
PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)
CompTIA Project+ Professional
CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer+
Certified ITIL Foundations Professional
Professional Scrum Master I
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