"Be the change you want to see in the world."

Mahatma Gandhi

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"The reason we are on this earth, is simply to be happy."

Dalai Lama

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Lifelong Learning is the concept of continuous development through self-actualised learning

Learning is the key to achieving potential; whatever that potential may be.
Everything we say or don’t say, do or don’t do contributes to our happiness, health and well-being and ultimately determines the choices we make in how we live, work and play. At Lifelong Learning we explore live, work and play within a model of well-being called the Seven-Dimensions, these enable us to explore work-life balance and the mind-body connection.

Live

Live

Life is not a dress rehearsal; live life today! The choices we make everyday determine how we live our life. Learn how to make good choices through story and the 7-dimensions

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Work

Work

Live to work or work to live: a conundrum for many? It is often said “find your passion and you will never work a day in your life.” Explore story for work-life balance

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Play

Play

Friends, family and social interactions are the essence of emotional well-being. To play is to nourish the soul, to engage and connect with others to learn, love and trust

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The Seven-Dimensions of Well-Being

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The physical YOU keeps your body at its maximum capacity over the entire lifespan; through diet, hydration, sleep, moderate to vigorous exercise 3-5 times a week and limiting use of tobacco, drugs and alcohol.

2

The emotional YOU is being able to own, honour and express your emotions appropriately, adjust to change, cope with stress in a healthy way, and enjoy life despite its occasional disappointments and frustrations.

3

The social YOU is about interacting well with others through creating and sustaining relationships; whether inside a family unit, at play with friends, or at work with colleagues. It is about humanity.

4

The intellectual YOU values education, is open to new ideas, thinks critically, is creative, curious and engages in lifelong learning to increase knowledge, develop moral reasoning, foster critical thinking and expand worldviews.

5

The spiritual YOU needs to feel uplifted by the beauty of the world and nature. This aspect of you needs anything that feeds your inner self and makes you marvel and wonder at the mystery of life.

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The occupational YOU seeks to develop vocational satisfaction and balance of work and leisure. You choose roles that are consistent with beliefs, goals, lifestyle, personality and values that is stimulate and reward.

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The environmental YOU understands the need for clean air, pure water, quality food and adequate shelter. The health of our planet contributes to our environmental wellness. It is important to lead a lifestyle that is respectful to our environment to minimize the harm we do to it.