Your Soul Workout Journal
Question One: In three words, describe your personality.
Question Two: List five of your most dominant interests.
Question Three: Describe your character, including your virtues, vices, strengths, and weaknesses.
– Virtues – positivity and always able to look on the bright side
-Vices – never learning from my mistakes
– Strengths – being able to recover from setbacks
– Weaknesses – continually making the same mistakes (ie, drinking too much, driving too fast etc)
Question Four: List the past four opportunities that opened doors for you. Who facilitated those opportunities?
– LinkedIn – Stephen Ingram got me back into Barclaycard in 2018 when I really needed it
Question Five: In the coming year, what opportunities would you like to have open to you?
– Find a job that is close to home and is with a company that interests me.
Question Six: Who are the people who you most often deal with? List the greatest joy(s) and the greatest challenge(s) in dealing with them.
– Coby (PT) has a great personality and brings out my fun side. I always look forward to being with him.
– Lisa (work colleague) is a bitch and a bully to everyone at work. I never look forward to interacting with her.
Question Seven: If you have a mentor, describe what you admire about your mentor. If you do not yet have a mentor, describe what qualities you’d like your mentor to have — qualities that you would like to emulate.
– Someone who I enjoy being with and who lets me be “me” without faking it.
– Someone who is natural who’s personality helps me to be natural
– Someone with strong life experience who is never short of conversation.
Question Eight: List the places where you have lived. What possibilities did each place offer you?
– Milton Keynes – the opportunity to work in London
– Hinckley – the opportunity to sell my house in MK and realise it’s profit
Question Nine: List the places where you have traveled to. You can list just the ones that had a clear effect on you, or all of them. In each place, what changed in you as a result of your visit? What did visiting each place teach you?
– Moscow – rekindled my appreciation of fine art.
– Sao Paolo – I saw real poverty for the first time with the favelas