What does a “life well-lived” mean to you? Think about a possible life path for yourself and discuss how what you have learned in this course will help you to achieve your goals. In the next unit, you will be asked to write in a little more detail about the concept you choose, so select something that has had significant meaning for you.
Discuss the following in your initial post:
How will pursuing your chosen career field give you a sense of mastery and purpose, as well as meeting your financial needs?
List a few specific goals that would help you achieve a sense of accomplishment.
How will you impact the world around you and contribute to the development of others?
What is one concept or strategy you have learned in this course that you have found meaningful? Choose something that you can apply in achieving the life well-lived that you envision.
When responding to your classmates, consider the goals they have selected and recommend concepts or strategies from the course that they may help them in addition to those they have mentioned.
For more information about discussion grading criteria, visit the Undergraduate Discussion Participation Policies and Rubric page located in ECPI Resources.
Creating an overall career objective is the first step in creating a career plan. A strong objective will allow you to focus on what you really want to achieve in your career. While objectives will vary based on your individual needs and desires, below are a few different examples of career objectives:
• Get a job paying at least $40,000 per year as soon as possible
• Move into an upper-management position in my field in at least two years
• Transition into a new career in the field of health administration
• Gain experience and connections in my career field before I graduate
Reaching your objective
It's important to remember that there is no single path to reaching your career objective. The process might simply take longer or be more complicated than you originally planned. You may even realize that your career objective is simply too difficult to reach in its current form. Whatever your situation, remain flexible and don't be afraid toadjust your plan or even create an entirely new career objec...
Life well-lived to me is living the life where I don’t mean and do harm or wrong to someone. It also means doing the best for my family and others who need help. I initially chose nursing because I wanted to help people when they need care the most. Due to some difficulties I ended up changing majors to Healthcare Administration. I chose HCA to switch to because I still wanted to be a part of patient care. Maybe no...