New Online Tutorial Helps Build Self-Awareness, Agility, and Goals
KANSAS CITY, MO – Today, The DeBruce Foundation and Up Your Creative Genius unveiled “Draw Your Future with Agilities,” a free, online video tutorial to help individuals build self-awareness and agility to navigate the future. The video tutorial prompts users to discover their work strengths and interests, or “Agilities.” It then guides them through a process to draw the future they would like for themselves. It encourages users to take their time, pausing when needed, to complete the action steps. The video can be a way for individuals to practice wellness, establish goals, and expand their pathways for the days ahead. “It might be hard to imagine your future right now, so we have developed a new resource to help you prepare for what’s ahead,” said Dr. Leigh Anne Taylor Knight, Executive Director and COO of The DeBruce Foundation. “Now is a great time to invest in yourself, take time to process, and dream.” “’Draw Your Future with Agilities’ can help you envision the future YOU want, and create an action plan to get there,” said Patti Dobrowolski, founder of Up Your Creative Genius. “Drawing can unlock our creative potential and ability to achieve our goals.” “Everyone needs to be more agile in order to prepare for the road that lies ahead of us,” said Dr. Darren Woodruff, Senior Director with The DeBruce Foundation. “And, just like any challenge, this unprecedented time gives us opportunities.” To access the Draw Your Future with Agilities, click here.
About The DeBruce Foundation At The DeBruce Foundation, our mission is to expand pathways to economic growth and opportunity. The DeBruce Foundation is geared toward helping individuals unlock their potential, find new career pathways, and lead fulfilling lives. By developing solutions such as the Agile Work Profiler, we can change how people pursue careers. By partnering strategically, we increase experiences and exposure to widen career opportunities. We strive to develop young people through initiatives such as the DeBruce Career Corps to get their input on major decisions. Learn more at www.DeBruce.org.