Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Plan to Fail/Fail to Plan : News about My Program

 We have heard or read this phrase many times over in our lives.   

Plan to Fail –Fail Plan-Plan the day, plan for a new home or remodeling project, plan for your money, plan for a vacation, plan for a new business, plan to keep the federal government in operation, plan for a wedding. 

Plan-Plan-Plan-we know about planning because our communication broadcasting center such as social media & resources & a variety of tools & books provides us an opportunity to strategize, organize, take action on the word plan.

So, what will it look like if we took the time to plan our lives?  What does that look like regarding the limited amount of time one might have being alive.  Well, let’s take a common sense approach regarding this concept about a life plan. 

 1st, no one ever escapes death regardless who you are in this world-time is a precious commodity as you age.

 2nd, no one else has your DNA any-where in this world.

 3rd, you are unique human being & no one will ever be like you. 

4th, time is a non-renewable resource & yesterdays are history. 

5th, what time you are alive-guess what? you are with you- 24-7; so, why not take the time to be the authentic you & plan for a healthy & happy life.   

How you might ask yourself ?  Create a life plan to “Be the Authentic You & Plan for a Healthy & Happy Life” and I can help.  I have listed below what is included in my plan.   
· Questionnaire

· Telephone or In-Person Coaching Calls

· Life Style Assessment-Goal Setting Worksheet-Strength Finder 2.0 Assessment

· Email Communication between Sessions - Home Work to Support You in Achieving Your Goals & Resource Materials

· Prepare to Plan with a Life Style Tune Up                      

· Life Map to Plan & Prepare & Plan for Your Journey

· Life Style Assessment has 12 Arena’s with 10 questions per Arena
· This assessment gives a person a comprehensive overview of the areas that he or she is strong in & identifies those areas in which they need more preparation. 

· Life Arena’s listed below & facilitates discussion using powerful questions & exercise: 

· Be the Authentic You, Time, Goals, Life Purpose, Life Plan, Relationships, Spirituality, Career, Money, Health & Wellness, Leisure & Fun, Physical Environment (Stuff).    

· Be the Authentic You: Find your authentic power & discover your relationship between your personality & your higher self?

· Time: What is the return of investment of your time?  As you age, planning your
· time will be critical.

· Goals: Identifying your personal & professional goals determines whether or not your dreams will come true.                                   

· Life Purpose: Your life needs to clarify a legacy or life story that has meaning & purpose in your future lifetime.    

· Life Plan: The plan is a process that focuses on where you are right now & what you are willing to do to get where you want to be in the future.

· Relationships: Intimate Relationships: The closeness, connection, & emotional bond that a couple shares that will support throughout life transitions such as empty nest, loss of a love one, retirement.  Family & Friends: The quality & uniqueness of family members & close friends & how relationships affect one’s life.

· Spirituality: The way in which we are all connected to each other in different ways; what we do in this life will have an impact on others positively or negatively; & how our values are reflected in our daily lives.

· Career: Retirement as it relates to full time or part time work, entrepreneurial pursuits, volunteer activities. 

· Money: Relationship to money & the professional resources for financial planning. 

· Health & Wellness: The extent that you take personal responsibility for your mental, physical, social health & emotional well-being. 

· Life of Leisure & Fun: Exploring new activities or continuing current activities that create relaxation, pleasure, & a healthy attitude towards life.  These activities will include social interaction & solitary relaxation. 

· Physical Environment-(Stuff): How much or little you have regarding the stuff or belongings you have in your life? How organized is it & can you retrieve it in a timely manner? 

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