Creating Your Life Plan

Creating Your Life Plan – 6 Easy Steps

By Dave Menzies

creating your life planCreating your life plan is the basic advice given by countless famous authors, speakers and influential entrepreneurs. Read anything by the likes of Robert Kiyosaki, T Harv Eker, Jim Rohn or Anthony Robbins and you’ll find it’s the recurring theme. To paraphrase Mr Rohn – If you don’t create your life plan some one will use you for theirs.

The sooner you start creating your life plan the better in my opinion but it’s never too late. We are lucky to be living in an age where we can. It’s easy to read the books and watch the Youtube videos but is it easy to do? Bearing in mind that every time you buy a book or a dvd or pay to attend a seminar you are financing someone else’s dream. It’s up to you what you do with what you learn.

So here are 6 ways you can start creating your life plan.

  1. Stop being a spectator in your own life. Sadly the vast majority of people are spectators in their own life. Of course they plan ahead to some extent: Holidays, building houses the career, but not actually the life bit. Sadly the result here is that many people get to the end with regrets, asking themselves “where did it all go”?
  2. Determine in advance what the outcomes – the final destination is going to be. If you take time to seriously paint a picture of what you want – no matter how implausible it may seem to you – you can work back from there and work out the steps you need to take to get there.
  3. Understand your needs. These are your material and spiritual needs essentially. Take time to determine what yours are – not what you think they should be not what society or your peers tell you but what you deep down know YOU need.
  4. Make some concrete goals. Once you have identified your actual wants and needs you need to realistically work out how to get there.
  5. Identify what you need to do. Creating your life plan will involve committing to some changes. You may need to change career, look at different ways of generating income or relocate,. There is a very good chance that you will need to learn new skills and do some work on your mindset.
  6. Take consistent action. It’s all very well creating your life plan on paper but if you don’t actually do it – what’s the point. Even a small move in the right direction every day consistently is good. You might have to move a mountain and as we know you can’t do that overnight.

Jay Kubaseek often uses a slide depicting a mountain when he speaks in public. He talks about how many people get to very nearly the top then give up. It’s the small percentage that follow though who make it over the peak and enjoy the freewheeling downhill ride on the other side. Part of his modular training system centres around a lifestyle blueprint which has enabled many of his students to become hugely successful online entrepreneurs.

He refers to building a digital business specifically but also to creating your life plan. In today’s world the first is a very good way of doing the second as you can discover by having a listen to jay on the link below.

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Thanks for watching and reading. I look forward to sharing more and welcome any comments you may have.

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