Your Life Plan – General Structure
To be successful, a life plan is needed to turn dreams into reality. It should be simple and have basically two parts. Knowing where you want to be at a given point in your life keeps you from wandering aimlessly.
- What is your destination? Where do you want to be in 8 to 10 years?
- How do you get there?
Some Simple Steps to Begin:
- Review past history to see where you’ve been and how it differs from where you want to be. Try to determine “a purpose” in life.
- Determine how big your dreams are?
- Do you just want to live comfortably or accomplish something specific or important?
- Determine and settle on a final destination.
- Make short-term goals as a first step, but know the final objectives.
- Short-term goals make reaching a final destination easier.
- Break them down by year, by month, by week, and start with today.
- Measure progress.
- Make changes along the way as life altering things require.
Once this initial part is defined, focus on part two.
Part Two: How to Get There –
- Begin by learning how to market talents to others as needed to accomplish goals.
- Identify and maintain principals and personal values.
- Be ready to quickly change with the times or conditions. After the first goal is accomplished, evaluate performance and situation and adjust as needed.
- Stay focus and determined to reach established goals.
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A perfect plan isn’t as important as getting started and adapting as required. Modify the plan as it suits you, but have a detailed plan for a better life.
Isn’t it time you got started?
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