Routine Map (due to 25.09.)
A routine is a sequence of actions regularly followed. It should help you to steadily improve your life. Examples of routines: meditation for 15 minutes per day, reading, keeping yourself off the social media for a certain amount of time, walking etc.
Choose your routine based on the dashboard exercise and the vocational map. Send us your routine until 25.09. as a document (in pdf or word format) that includes:
- Your full name, student number and phone number
- The description of your routine(s) - what exactly you will execute and how often?
A routine has to be executed at certain frequency: every day, every second-third day, every week. But not less than once per week. The factor here is the duration of routine - if you plan to execute the routine every day - a few minutes is enough, but if once per week - the routine should be longer - an hour on average;
- The reason for this routine: what is the big goal behind it? What do you want to achieve in the end of “Good Life Engine” by executing this routine?
If you want, you can present more than one routine - a package of supportive routines. For example, 1 routine you will execute once per day, another, supportive - once per week etc.
There will be sessions during the course to discuss with you your execution process. You are allowed to modify / change your routine during the course after discussing the reasons with us.
The routine could be also something that you do not do for yourself but for someone: helping someone, cooking for the family, reading the book for kid etc. However, in this case, it will be more difficult to execute it on a regular basis as more parties will be involved, not only you.
If you have any questions about the task – please, contact us by email: