#170 - Scout Badges

Take a double-page spread in your notebook.
On the top of the left page, draw a circle.
On the top of the right page, draw a circle.
These are your scout badges.

On the left circle, create yourself a scout badge for something you are brilliant at. And then below the badge, write out the criteria for winning that badge.

On the right circle, create yourself a scout badge for something you’d love to be brilliant at. And then below the badge, write out the criteria for winning that badge.

Reflect upon the steps to winning the badge you don’t have yet.

If you’ve done this exercise before, you have to create completely new badges.

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Why?

If you didn’t grow up in the UK, you may not have been to scouts or girl guides – but during these outwards bounds clubs, you’d learn life skills and get little badges to sew on to your outfit.

Creating yourself a badge for something you’re good at and the reasons you got it helps you recognise your achievements. Creating a badge you didn’t get yet helps you figure out a journey to getting it.

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