You have four potentially sustainable resources at your disposal: money, skills, physical assets and connections. You probably spend surprisingly little time managing and developing these. However, advances in technology and changing attitudes make it easier than ever to develop and use your resources in a sustainable way to achieve a fulfilled and meaningful life.
Work serves many purposes, from bringing in an income to heightening self-esteem. Your challenge is to find and do great, world-changing work that provides financial and personal satisfaction.
Money interacts with you on many different levels. It plays to the psychologist, the accountant and the technician in you. These conversations form the basis of your relationship with money and leads to your personal and financial freedom.
Your personal development is only just beginning when you leave school or university. Plan and budget for it today because you will certainly need to invest in yourself throughout your life.
Understanding the world in which you engage is essential for a meaningful life. Select the arenas you play in with care. Understand the context of your world and your audience to become the lead role on your own stage.
Your character is a unique combination of mental and moral qualities that distinguishes you from everyone else. These qualities determine how you act and react throughout life. Self awareness and a good understanding of your character is therefore essential for a fulfilled life.