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Timeline Exercise; Your Life To Date - The Career Psychologist

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Psychologist Rob Archer outlines the timeline exercise, which helps people to identify how they have made major life decisions in the past. …

Psychologist Rob Archer outlines the timeline exercise, which helps people to identify how they have made major life decisions in the past.

This presentation includes examples from his own life and a template to get started with.

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  • For further questions about the Timeline exercise please contact Rob at rob@thecareerpsychologist.com
  • For further questions about the Timeline exercise please contact Rob at rob@thecareerpsychologist.com
  • For further questions about the Timeline exercise please contact Rob at rob@thecareerpsychologist.com
  • For further questions about the Timeline exercise please contact Rob at rob@thecareerpsychologist.com
  • For further questions about creative problem solving please contact Rob at rob@thecareerpsychologist.com

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  • 1. A 30 minute exercise designed to help you reflect on the major decisions of your life How did I get here? By Rob Archer C.Psychol
  • 2. The Timeline Exercise
    • Take a blank piece of paper and create a chart like the one below.
    Start by chronologically identifying the key events and transition points of your life using the bottom axis. Then, using a 1-10 happiness scale (zero is very unhappy, 10 is very happy) identify how your major decisions and activities have impacted you. All the ‘big’ decisions and activities of your life to date should be there, particularly the most enjoyable or difficult times, experiences and events. Your happiness rating Your major decisions
  • 3. The Timeline Exercise
    • Once you have your happiness line, you could make notes about why you made the decisions you did and the results of that decision. I’ve included an example of my own below..
  • 4. The Timeline Template
  • 5. The Career Psychologist is an independent occupational psychology consultancy based in London. We offer coaching, consultancy, training, measurement and assessment to individuals and businesses looking to make a change for the better. www.thecareerpsychologist.com www.linkedin.com/robarcher