The objective of this workbook:
- The workbook is developed to help you look inwardly into yourself, so that you can identify what it is that you want from your dreams in every aspect of your life.
- It also examines what is happening now in your life and where you want it to go. It shows you how to set the goals that will empower you to achieve your dreams. It also teaches you how to organize yourself to make working towards this achievement an everyday part of your life.
The contents include:
♠ Exploring your dreams– brainstorming everything you want to do in all areas of your life.
♠ Making the choices that define your life– focusing on your most important dreams.
♠ Creating powerful goals– setting goals to achieve the inspiring visions of the future you dream of.
♠ Planning for success– taking the correct steps on how to make the achievement of your goals part of your everyday life.
Comments on people who have completed their own life plan: they found having a plan helps them set goals, focus on what’s important and stay on track to complete their long-term goals:
⇒ My life plan helps lay out my future goals and provides a game plan to reach them.
⇒ Life is too random and unknowable. But a written plan is useful in that it helps to keep one grounded and focused on the goals and things that are important.
⇒ Most people spend more time planning a one-week vacation than identifying what outcomes they want to see in the major areas of their lives.
⇒ Every time I see my life plan in writing, I become inspired. It gives me energy to work hard to achieve my goals.
⇒ My life plan is a personal compass which guides me through life.
⇒ It gives me something to look back upon so I can see how far along I am, what I need to work on. Things in writing feel more concrete.
⇒ If I just said it out loud, I wouldn’t feel motivated, and thus that written piece makes me want to accomplish it.
⇒ It makes it feel “real” when you can physically see it on paper and touch it.
⇒ When I’m having a bad day, I’ll read over the life plan to remind me of things I should be grateful for.
⇒ When I am confused about the next step, my life plan helps to keep me on task.
⇒ It’s my guiding light. It allows me to not make rash decisions that I will later regret. My written life plan helps keep my life in order. In other words, when I finish a goal on my checklist, I will know what to do next.
⇒ Without a plan and goals, you’re wasting a lot of your life.
Examples of what the pages look like: