Planning my future life – What will my life be like a year from today

By | February 1, 2011

luck-152048_640When I decided that I wanted to plan my future life, I was fairly aimless.  I knew sorta what I wanted my life to be like in a year from today, a decade in the future and even when I’m old and grey.  But being aimless and not having a clear idea of how to properly plan my life, what would my life really be like?  I had no idea how I would get to the destination I so desired! I realized I needed some tried and tested tools to help me.

Start today with a Personal Development Plan.

Recreate your life with a personal development plan. Devising a solid map to improving your life requires taking an honest look at your life. If you wish to re-invent yourself, each area of your life must be dissected .Knowing what it is you wish to change is how to begin the process. You must have a focus for learning a new set of behaviors. Think about where you are now and where you see yourself upon completing a goal. A goal is like a finish line, you run forward for the accomplishment. You aim for the prize.

Setting goals is top priority in a personal development plan. It requires a specific and clear intention followed by action. Once you have established your goal, it should be followed with consistent behaviors which are conducive to reaching that goal. How do you learn new behaviors? By educating yourself. Seeking knowledge on your specific area of focus is crucial for replacing old behaviors or habits with new ones.

Plenty of resources exist today for self-help. On any level, you can find information to teach you how to identify problem areas in your life. If in the process you find yourself overwhelmed, frustrated or just plain stuck, consider using a life coach.

Life coaches are a wonderful resource for success with a personal development plan. They can provide a strong support system. They have knowledge of self-improvement tools and skills to teach them to you. A life coach will give you positive feedback and encourage you to persevere. Not everyone can do it alone, that is why life coaches exist. There is a lot to be said about someone cheering you on as go for it. They can help monitor your successes and setbacks.Goals on Track Whether or not you choose to use a life coach or go it alone, be sure to zero in on your strengths. It is easy to fall prey to loss of confidence from not focusing on strengths. Learn new skills to complement your strengths and confidence. It is amazing how learning affects over-all well being.

When you create your personal development plan, realize magic doesn’t happen overnight. It is becoming conscious of your world and how you operate within it. Daily you must make choices that benefit your goals. By doing so, eventually the prize does appear. You must also realize that personal development is a life choice. Some people appear content to meander in their world, oblivious to needed changes. However, life is meant for change. If you do the same things over and over, you will get the same results.

Self improvement in life settings and circumstances should always be considered relevant and necessary. You can recreate your life with a good personal development plan. Self-assessment of problem areas of your life is the first step. Set realistic goals. Choose actions and behaviors which benefit the goals. Maintain a positive support system. And most of all, applaud yourself for wanting something different for your life.
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2 thoughts on “Planning my future life – What will my life be like a year from today

  1. Terry

    What a great site, fantastic information, a year from today hopefully I can be doing the same.

    1. Sandi

      Hi Terry. I take it you’re hoping to have a website of your own, be a great success and thrive in your life. These are great goals and I wish you all the very best. Strive to achieve your goals and you’ll thrive.


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