An Alternative That We Choose as The Answer – Not an Epiphany

What do I want to do with my life?”  Many people look for epiphanies, but there is an important distinction between an epiphany and The Answer.  If we tell ourselves that we need to have an epiphany to answer The Question, then we make it almost impossible for us to find peace of mind.  We will never have the epiphany that will fully convince us so we will be forever searching.  Looking for epiphanies is disempowering.  It is giving up the power to decide over your own life.  You need to claim this power over your life.  You need to make a conscious decision and then be fully responsible for it.

So you do not want to look for an epiphany.  You need a decision to answer The Question.  Rephrasing The Question to demand a decision is liberating and empowering.  It points to the fact that we are in control.  It validates the fact that we have options and can make up our own minds.

Free Workbook: “what do you want to do with your life?”
Allowing Ourselves to Ask the Question

Table of Contents


I. Chapter One: Introduction to Life Planning


II. Chapter Two: Your Past



III. Chapter Three: The Influence Of Generations



IV. Chapter Four: Your Present



V. Chapter Five: Your Future



VI. Chapter Six: Your Alternatives



VII. Chapter Seven: Making The Decision

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