When you engage in active planning, you’re highly likely to be more successful in life. You know what you want and how you intend to get it.


Maybe, you already have your life all planned out. Maybe, you don’t. Either way, these tips will help you devise or tweak your Life Plan, so you can move forward toward realizing the joy and fulfillment you deserve.


Take some time to answer the following questions about what you most desire. Who knows, you may have a detailed Life Plan before the week is done!

1. What are your dreams? Allow yourself some "dream" time to clarify to yourself what you really want. Be as over-the-top as you like. Then, write them down.

  • ​There's no limit to the number of dreams or how large they are. Life provides opportunities to let go of certain goals and add new ones. Infuse your Life Plan with all your dreams and goals.


2. What's important? Whatever you feel is crucial to you should be reflected in your Life Plan. Maybe, you've always wanted to have more education. Perhaps, you've wanted to travel but haven't had the time or money to do it. If you grew up in a rented home, owning a home might be the single most important thing in your life. If it’s important to you, include it.

3. What do you want to accomplish? What deeds do you want to achieve? Now's the time to write down what you want to do with your life. Is working on a spiritual mission something you aspire to do? Do you want to win an award in your career for your work performance?

  • List what you want to attain in the personal, professional, and educational areas of life.

4. What standard of living do you desire? Your answer will describe the life you want to lead. Do you want to live in a high-rise apartment in the city? Do you want to own your own farm in the country? Maybe, you prefer to live simply and pick up and go wherever you want.

  • Perhaps you want to earn more money, live in a large house, drive an expensive car, and enjoy wearing expensive clothes. Thoroughly investigate what standard of living you want so you can include it in your Life Plan. Search your soul. There are no “wrong answers” when you're developing your Life Plan.

5. Do you have fun? Maybe, to you, having fun means locking yourself in your room to write all day. You might find training and running a marathon to be the time of your life. Activities such as bowling, practicing yoga and traveling to Europe also qualify – whatever brings you joy.


  • If you answer this question with a "no," it's time to get serious about your fun. You'll require some time to cogitate about activities you might enjoy. List activities that you love to do. What is life without some fun? 

6. Are you spending time with friends and family? Generally, those who are the happiest make time for their family and friends. If this issue is important to you, include it in your plan.

7. What do you do for your community? Giving back to your community cultivates feelings of gratitude, satisfaction, and fulfillment in your own life. Donating money, time, or energy for the good of others enables these positive feelings to be an inherent result when you write them into your Life Plan.

8. Are self-improvements high on your list? Striving to excel helps keep you moving toward your life goals. Include short term achievements for many areas of your life.


Develop your Life Plan soon and feel free to change it as your wants and desires evolve. Having a Life Plan keeps you focused on all your goals and will motivate you to reach for the stars.


For more information on how to get started, schedule your first FREE coaching session or sign up for Level 1 of the Elevation Method. It’s time to put the work in, Queen.

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