Feasibility studies, requirements elicitation and analysis, requirements specifications, requirements validations.
6 Dimensions of “Eudaimonic Well-Being" - Aristotle
- perceived development of one's best potentials;
- a sense of purpose and meaning in life;
- investment of significant effort in pursuit of excellence;
- intense involvement in activities; and
- enjoyment of activities as personally expressive.
Two of our success coaches have master’s degrees in education and have had several years experience motivating young people to succeed by collaborating with local businesses and governments. They have planned over 100 different activities to stimulate a student’s positive attitude and create an interest in entrepreneurism and the grit and wherewithal needed to persevere in business and in life.
Sustainability activities include volunteering at food and clothing drives, beach cleanups, organic farming, measuring water quality.
Healthy living habits such as juicing, growing your own organic food in garden towers, making bokashi, making a worm farm, learning about aquaponics, building a tiny home, food security, dancing.
Learning activities that will help students master logic models, the scientific method, how to make decisions, mastering critical thinking skills, mind mapping, enhanced reality, virtual reality.
Learning about the law. Students will learn constitutional rights, state, county, and municipal laws, and basic contracts.
Home economics. Students will learn how to cook a decent, prepare nutritious meals, do their own laundry, clean a house, unclog a sink, fix a leaky faucet, properly clean a carpet, etc.
Etiquette. Students will learn to comport themselves in public with common courtesy and consideration.
Simple Formula for Living
- Live beneath your means.
- Return everything you borrow.
- Stop blaming other people.
- Admit it when you make a mistake.
- Give clothes not worn in 3 years to charity.
- Do something nice and try not to get caught.
- Listen more, talk less.
- Every day, take a 30 minute walk.
- Strive for excellence, not perfection.
- Be on time.
- Don’t make excuses.
- Don’t argue.
- Get organized.
- Be kind to kind people.
- Be kind to unkind people.
- Let someone cut ahead of you in line.
- Take time to be alone.
- Reread your favorite book.
- Cultivate good manners.
- Be humble.
- Realize and accept that life isn’t fair.
- Know when to keep your mouth shut.
- Go an entire day without criticizing anyone.
- Learn from the past.
- Plan for the future.
- Live in the present
- Don’t sweat the small stuff.
- It’s all small stuff.