A Clear Vision of Life


 

A program by alumnae, for alumnae. A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program is built to engage you, Alpha Xi Delta alumnae, and encourage your personal development. Based on the book, Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements by Tom Rath and Jim Harter, you are encouraged to review “Challenges” related to each of the five elements of wellbeing: Purpose, Community, Financial, Physical and Social.

Instructions

So, how does this all work? Every other month, in February, April, June, August, October and December, new Wellbeing Challenges will be released. There will be one Challenge per Wellbeing element (Purpose, Community, Financial, Physical and Social) and you are welcome to participate in as many or as few as you like! Instructions for how to complete each Challenge will be posted on Exclusively Xi in the Resource Center section, which can be accessed from the left side bar menu under Communications. Follow these steps to obtain Challenge information.

Click on the plus sign (+) next to Alpha Xi Delta to reveal the A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program folder.

Click on the plus sign (+) to reveal the five sub-folders within the A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program folder.

Click on the plus sign (+) to view the information posted in each sub-folder.

Read the Challenge information and decide how you want to participate!

Have fun continuing to realize your potential at any stage in life! And, don't forget to share your fun experience with your fellow Sisters.

Report and Win!

Each time you complete a Wellbeing Challenge, be sure to fill out the link at the bottom of each Challenge. It will take you to a quick and easy survey.

There is one prize per Challenge, so if you complete all five Challenges each time around, you have the chance to win five different prizes! To be considered for a prize, use the link and complete the information for each completed challenge before the following dates:

Challenges
Announced

 Submit forms by this date to be considered for a prize

December 2, 2016

February 1, 2017

February 3, 2017

April 5, 2017

April 7, 2017

May 31, 2017

June 2, 2017

August 2, 2017

                 August 4, 2017                         October 4, 2017
                October 6, 2017                      November 29, 2017
               December 2, 2017                                  TBD

Pinterest
Be sure to follow the Wellbeing Element boards on the Alpha Xi Delta Pinterest account to learn more about each element and find additional tips and information to improve your Wellbeing!

Disclaimer
Please note that A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program is intended to be a fun and informational way to improve your personal Wellbeing across five areas of life. Any advice, recommendations, tips, and activities should be utilized at your own discretion and any lifestyle changes should be addressed first by a medical professional.

A Clear Vision of Life: The Wellbeing Program is an educational program specifically designed for Alpha Xi Delta alumnae based on the book, “Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements” by Tom Rath and Jim Harter. While participation is not contingent on reading the book—the book is an excellent way to further understand and develop your personal wellbeing. Each book purchase comes with a free code to take the online Wellbeing Finder assessment. You can purchase your book at any major book seller, however we encourage you to order (or download to your Kindle) through the Amazon Smile program. Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your book to the Alpha Xi Delta Foundation if you visit smile.amazon.com and select the Alpha Xi Delta Foundation as your charitable organization.

The Wellbeing Team has been hard at work preparing for this program and they look forward to your participation in the first round of Challenges in February. Here's the team:

Jenny Greyerbiehl, Alma, Community Wellbeing Coordinator
Jordyn Kovolyan, Kent State, Financial Wellbeing Coordinator
Elizabeth Bouchard, Bucknell University, Physical Wellbeing Coordinator
Malerie Payne, Rochester Institute of Technology, Purpose Wellbeing Coordinator
Melissa Ramsey, Kent State, Social Wellbeing Coordinator