The Method

The most important approach of the What do you want to do with your life?  Program is increasing your self-awareness and your thoughts about life.  As you increase your awareness about yourself, you increase your ability to find an answer to The Question.

We will choose to be positive in our approach; for us the glass is half-full, not half-empty.  A basic positive outlook on life where we expect good things to happen is much more likely to produce the results we desire.

“In our age, being realistic equals being very positive.”
– Hans Johansen

It is easy to confuse career planning for life planning.  However, they are not the same.  Career planning is narrow compared to life planning.  Sure, your career is an important part of your life plan, but your life plan is outweighs it.

For example, life planning includes who you will spend your personal time with, what your legacy will be, and what you will actually do in your retirement years.  Meanwhile, career planning does not.  You might be retired for more than one-third of your life, from 65 to 95, and those years deserve some careful consideration too!

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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