Personal Development PlanWhitney Nicole Anderson
Applied Science Major at University of Wisconsin- Stout
Coaching and Health and Fitness minor
To be successful, to help injured athletes achieve their full potential, to use my knowledge and skills to make someone better and give them opportunities they otherwise might not of had. To help make society be healthier and live better lives, by maintaining their movement and mobility and promoting an active life style.
What is my objective?
What are my strengths?
I have a strong background in biology and in health and fitness that I have obtained from my studies at UW-Stout. For 4 years I have experienced extensive first hand athletic training skills and have mastered majority of the techniques in prevention of injury and care for the athletes. I also have a vast knowledge and experience in CPR and first aid through working as a lifeguard for 6 years. I am a quick learner, very organized, time management skills and great leadership skills.
What are my values?
I very strongly believe in my Christian faith and value my religious community. I value hard work, family, financial security, great friendships, supportive and positive people and environments, my education and a healthy active life style.
1. Be the Head of an athletic Department for a Professional sports team
What are my goals for life?
2. Graduate top of my class from Western Carolina University
3. Travel to Bali
4. Go on a medical mission trip to a 3rd world country
5. Coach a team to a championship
6. Leave a legacy
7. Teach my children the importance of education and helping others
8. Own and run a professional Olympic center
9. Never miss anything that’s important to my family
10. To make every day better than the one before
What areas do I need to develop?I will be heading to a doctor of Physical theory graduate program to further my education and development as a Physical therapist.
How can I create opportunities?I can create opportunities by meeting all the qualifications to be accepted into my future career. Also, by making and keep great friends and contacts in my field. I also believe by staying positive and by working hard great opportunities will always find their way to you.
What threats are there to prevent me moving on?Financial backing is always a concern as graduate programs are not cheap. However, working part-time and receiving financial aid should help to fix that problem. There is also the issues that fate decided to through into one’s life without warning; however, I am not concerned of the timeline my goals will be completed.
1-3 years – Have graduated from UW-Stout with a bachelor’s of science in Applied Science, to be enrolled in the Western Carolina University in the Doctor of physical theory graduate program. Be in a stable long term relationship.
4-10 years – Have graduated top of my class from the program, have been hired to a collegiate athletic training program. Have gotten married, and purchased a car.
11-20years- have been promoted to the head of the department, purchased a house. Had 2 -3 children and continuing my education
21-30 years – To have moved on to a professional athletic training program and continuing my education. Start getting plans in place for the Olympics center. (Partners, building, trainers, coaches, and backing)
31-40 years- To retire from head of the department of the professional sports team, and move to running the Olympic center full time, Which will be fully staff and daily practices of Olympic athletes. Have my kids in college/ married
41-50 years- to retire and travel with my husband, and to spent time with my family and grandkids.
51-60 years- to write a cook book and have it published
61-70 years- to have succeeded in all of my goals and be able to pass down my legacy and volunteer full time.
Action List – Next StepsContinuing Professional Development (CPD)
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Each year I will re-evaluation my goals and my strategies of obtaining those goals. I will learn from the past and each year learning how to improve and how to succeed more efficiently. Also, remembering to celebrate all of my successes along the way.
Always Up & Onward