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Goal: this task will accomplish the achievement of the goal to dream bigger (Vision4Future).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 6 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 08, 2019 | When: Day 1 | Duration: 15 Minute(s)
  • There's a vision deep inside of you. You've had it all along. Maybe life happened, and your dreams got a little squashed.

    Maybe you felt pressured to compromise.

    Maybe you don't remember having a vision for your adult life.

    Do you need to reconnect to the very best thing about you - your unique vision about what you want for your life more than anything else?

    Or is your vision intact, but you'd like some guidance to put your plans into motion?

    Either way, you've come to the right place.

    Go to the 'demo' tab and watch the clips from the film, "Alice in Wonderland."

    Tells us what you thought about the clip when you've finished.
  • The "Alice" clips show how many of us lose the essence of who we are when we abandon our dreams. But doing so, like Alice realized, can make us feel like something is very off.

    We're not comfortable where we've ended up. We've lost something vital inside of us.

    Let's get oriented.

    Think back to when you were a child. Take a moment to recapture those first dreams. What were they and why were they so precious to you?
  • Your early dreams are still important.

    Like Alice, sometimes we believe we have to remain in a reality that isn't the one we hoped for.

    Can you relate?
  • If you can't relate, then maybe it's because you went the other way. Maybe you believe you have to earn the approval of others way more than you need to be accepted.

    We get it. But is that really all there is?
  • As a child, Alice was inquisitive, courageous, fun-loving and full of life! She dreamed about adventure in faraway places.

    As she grew older, things changed. She suffered losses and change. She realized something very important was gone. But she couldn't quite put her finger on what.

    It was her "muchness", as the Hatter pointed out. Her "muchness" was the essence of who she was, which for her was venturing out into the great unknown.

    Do you know your "muchness", the thing that inspires you? If so, describe it.

    If you're not quite sure, continue to the next step to discover more.
  • It takes courage and bold moves to pursue our dreams.

    Alice laughed when she was asked to make a very bold move, "There's no use trying," she said. “One can't believe impossible things.”

    “I daresay you haven't had much practice,” said her father. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast...”

    It's not about the doing of these things, it's about becoming excited by the possibilities out there and landing on the one that will give you the greatest sense of fulfillment.

    On a scale of 1-10, do you agree more with Alice so why bother (give yourself a "1") or do you believe her father? Give yourself a "10" if you're already dreaming about impossible achievements and going for them.
  • Describe who you would become if you completely ignored what others may believe about you.
  • We'd like to help you reconnect to your dreams and then start putting a workable plan in place that will lead you in the right direction.

    The goal will be to grab hold of your "muchness".

    You have to fight to hang onto to your "muchness" with everything you've got! It's your greatest gift. It's what sets you apart. This is the essence of who you are and what will bring you the most joy in life and in your relationships.

    How willing are you to give 'Vision' everything you've got for the next 21 days with no breaks for weekends or holidays?
  • Join a Next Step community of teens and young adults in your area or in your program.

    You can also join the JP team to support others nationwide who are facing similar situations.

    Post comments to our social media platform and view responses through 'my journal' in your Day Plan.

    If interested, post your email address in the last open space on this page. Let us know what city you live in and if you want to be placed in the same group as someone you know.

    You'll receive an invite from Click on the link. You're in.

    If you're reading this page from another site, then you'll have to sign in and create an account to be able to post comments and save your responses.

    Will you commit to show up each day, do your steps, and be honest with your answers?
  • If you have a chance, check out the 2010 film, "Alice in Wonderland."

    See you tomorrow!
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