Today (18th March), I took the day off work, went to a lovely hotel, had a fabulous breakfast and got cosy within the big sofa’s in their very plush lounge area and set to work on writing my life plan.
I downloaded the main template from the website and then re-listened to the audio on double speed, pausing it when I needed to take a break. I was also using my “focus at will” app to keep me on track.
The day was a real mix of emotions, especially the first part when you have to write your eulogy. In fact, this was the part that took me the longest! But I appreciate that you need to see the final destination in order to plan your route!
I created my life accounts, and then worked through the headings in detail. This included things like my purpose statement, what the accounts will look like in the future, the current reality of the accounts (which was another emotional chapter!), and then the commitments that I intend to do keep the account stocked up.
I started at 8.30am and didn’t finish until 5pm – a long and quite exhausting day but I now have a plan and more importantly this book has given me the guidance and action steps to make sure that the plan is implemented.
I know some people won’t get this, but if you are into personal development then this is one of the best books on the market at the moment.Social Snippet