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In your PlanPlus Online account, Roles and Goals takes center stage on the Vision Board.

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This is the Vision Board in your PlanPlus Online account.
Vision Board

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This is where you’ll plan out your Roles and Goals on your Vision Board.
Roles and Goals

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The first role is that of Personal Balance.
Personal Balance

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Personal Balance consists of the four dimensions of personal care.

In order to feel personally balanced, it’s important to address your mental needs, spiritual needs, physical needs, and social needs. Stephen Covey refers to this as: Sharpening the Saw.

Sharpen the Saw means preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have—YOU! You may think you don’t have time to exercise, build friendships, or get inspired.

In reality, you don’t have time not to. The downtime you spend sharpening your saw will pay you back immediately, because when you resume your normal routine, you’ll cut that much faster.

Examples of goals for each of your Personal Balance Dimensions are:

Mental: Learn in lots of ways and lots of places, not just at school. Read. Write. Learn new skills.

Spiritual: Meditate. Keep a journal. Read contemplative texts. Pray, attend spiritual services.

Physical: Take care of your body by eating right, exercising, and getting sufficient sleep and relaxation.

Social: Spend meaningful time with family and friends. Find ways to help people. Laugh, love, share.

Renewal in each dimension is important. However, it only becomes optimally effective as you deal with all four dimensions in a wise and balanced way. To neglect any one area negatively impacts the rest.

Make sure you’ve read “How do you determine your roles?This will explain the 5 steps to determine your roles.

Below, you’ll see how to use this section to identify and prioritize your roles and goals for each role: