Defining Your Role
Great for understanding the impact of the roles you play in your life
What you can expect in this course
In this valuable course we will be discussing the issues we have and the roles we play.
There are many aspects in each role and some we like, some we do not. It is about learning how to be adaptable in all the roles and understand that each role we play, allows us to develop and strengthen our mental skill set.
Learning Objectives :
To assist the student in understanding the issues within all of the roles they play in their lives
To shed light for the students on the importance of playing each role in their lives to the best of their ability
To create understanding that many of the issues they experience in their lives is from not playing their role well
To take the student through a self evaluation of strengths and weaknesses
Lesson 1 – Introducing your EGO
In the first lesson we visit the EGO and what it does to us as we are playing the roles we do. It is a powerful thing and if it’s not controlled, can cause major issues for the young athlete.
Knowing all the roles you play in your life is critically important. It requires awareness and the ability to adapt.
Lesson 2 – The Roles We Play
In lesson 2 we discuss all the roles we play in our lives. It builds awareness of all of the expectations and responsibilities in each of these roles. It is much more that we are aware of.
Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.
Lesson 3 – 20 Questions
In Lesson 3 we walk through 20 questions that show us in detail the actions we must take in order to play our role successfully. It is a valuable process that can set the athlete up for future success when taking on new roles.
My favourite words are possibilities, opportunities and curiosity. I think if you are curious, you create opportunities, and then if you open the doors, you create possibilities.
Lesson 4 – Accept and Develop
Lesson 4 is all about accepting and learning how to adapt to new scenarios. If we can become more flexible and open, then the athletes can capitalize on the opportunities that are presented to them.