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Planning Area 3 – Who am I?

Planning Area 3 – Who am I?

Who you are, what is important to and for you and what makes a good life for you, is another key foundation of good planning. The 'Who am I' area is a good starting point when thinking about planning and complement Person Centred Planning approaches.

In this planning area, you will explore a number of questions that build a wonderful picture of who you are. You can then use these to think about any new or different things you would like to try in your life.

"Who am I?" Workbook

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Remember to download and save the PDF to your own computer before you write in it to save your work.

Great things about me

This activity gives you an opportunity to think about your gifts of the heart, gifts of the head and gifts of the body. Thanks to John McKnight, Peter Block, John O'Brien, Beth Mount, Connie Lyle O'Brien and others for the foundations of these resources

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What is important to/for me

This activity asks you to reflect on what is most important. Thanks to Michael Smull for helping us to understand this resource.

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This is me

This activity is a great way to remind ourselves about the special gifts others see in us, which we often overlook or forget about in ourselves!

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More Resources on "Who Am I?"

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Download The Original Planning Card Set

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