Destination Work

Module 4: New Badge Unlocked

The Compass Badge

You’re at the last turn, and you’ve claimed another badge, congratulations!

Your Compass badge is so important to your wayfinding journey, but don’t stop now, this last turn will see you on the home stretch! How good would it feel if you could finish the program this week?

Take a short break.

Time for some rest and reflection.

Take some time to review everything you’ve learnt so far, and when you’re ready to dive in again and discover more, we’ll be here ready and waiting.

Next up is…

Your Career Toolbox.

Together, we’ll discover so much about:

Keep moving forward to win your Toolbox Badge!

Module 4: More on Employment Preferences

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Making it Real Now!

Now that you’ve answered all these general questions about your preferred working life, choose a specific industry you would like to work in the most. It could be hospitality, nursing, mechanics, design, anything that you think suits you best. Once you have selected your preferred industry, answer the questions that follow, keeping in mind the job you want.

Module 4: Conclusion to Destination Work

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You’re almost ready to start your journey,

You have achieved so much throughout this program – you are AMAZING! Everything you have done so far has led you right here, so all that’s left to do now is gather your tools to make sure your journey is as smooth as possible!

Let’s do it!

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Module 4: Vision and Goals Summary

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Make sure to download the “Goal Achievement Process” audio file by clicking the icon below.

Fill Up Your Tank

Module 4: Even More on Vision and Goals

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Your Plan

In the next questions, you will lay out your plan for reaching your goal. Starting from your goal and working your way back to your very first step you must take.

Want to look back on everything you’ve written for Vision and Goals so far?

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How to overcome barriers

Module 4: More on Vision and Goals

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Now that you’ve got your goal clearly in your mind, can you see anything that might stand in your way of achieving it?

List any barriers you can see or could come across. For each barrier, write down real ways that you can rise to the challenge and overcome them. If you want something strongly enough, nothing will stop you from achieving it!

Module 4: Vision and Goals

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A goal is something in your life that you want to aim for.

You don’t need to make big goals; it could be something that you really, really want.

Setting a goal can be easy. Achieving a goal, however, isn’t as simple as you might think. It can seem really challenging to set yourself a big goal if you don’t know how to achieve it. But the good news is, there’s a simple trick to getting where you want to be and I’m going to share it with you!

Having trouble thinking of a goal you really want?

How you can use this knowledge:

Make a plan

Create your very own goal plan and make it visual.

Feel good about your achievements

Achieve your goals (big or small) and feel great about all the hard work you put in.

Get what you want

Stick with it and walk away with your ultimate goal in hand – there is no better reward.

Make the right choices

Be in charge of your life and get rid of things that stop you or distract you from what you want.

In the box below, write everything about your goal that you can think of.

Write it as though it is happening to you right now. What is your goal? How does it make you feel? Who is around you? Where are you? What can you hear, see, or touch? Write absolutely everything, the more precise, the better. If you’re struggling to see things clearly, try using ‘wouldn’t it be cool if…’ and see what comes from that.

Example: I am surrounded by family and friends, without a care in the world, money is in abundance, I am sitting on a beach sipping cocktails enjoying life. I am happy with myself. I have a house, a job, a family I love, and a car but what’s most important to me is the amount of love I am surrounded by. I see the people I love regularly. I am having a lot of fun. Laughing a lot, etc.

Module 4: Employment Preferences

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I’m going to take you through an employment preference summary, which will help you discover what sort of employment is the ideal match for you.

This is a powerful tool to help you pinpoint your likes and dislikes in a work environment and give you insights into the types of work you could do.

 It covers a lot of important of employment considerations like:

How you can use this knowledge:

Job searching

This will help you get specific and narrow your job searche to the industries that you’re most interested in working in.

Upskilling

If you need industry-specific skills, identify them and look for training and education programs that will suit the type of job you want.

Tailoring your resume & cover letter

When you know where you want to work, you can make sure your resume and cover letter reflect the industry.

Interview confidence

Talking the talk and walking the walk when you’re in an interview will help you land that dream job. 

Work through the questions while reflecting on the type of job you want for your future.

The following questions will help you identify what you like and dislike in work. Make your way through the following questionnaire and see if it reflects the type of job you want or held in the past.  Based on your current knowledge, skills and interests, determine your work preferences in the following survey.