Alternative 2:

Title:
•  International promoter of life and liberty.

Who:
•  I will stay in touch with friends and family and professional contacts in Norway and Sweden.
•  I will at times be closer to friends and family in the United States.
•  I will spend time with people who share my interest in personal development, self-help, life-planning, motivation, classical liberalism, and NLP.  This will enforce my own pursuit.
•  I will reach out and create relationships to people through my work and build new friendships.

Who not to:
•  I will avoid spending time with negative people.
•  I will show more discretion in my dealings with people and not allow relationships to be influenced by negativity.
•  I will avoid spending much time with politicians and people promoting special interests by force instead of persuasion.

Where:
•  I will keep living officially in Norway.
•  I will stay in Norway during the sunny part of the year.
•  I will release myself from time commitments so I am free to travel.
•  I will follow the sun and stay in the sun during the winter.
•  I will find and build a base in the sun for the winter.  I will spend more time in the U.S.

Where not to:
•  I will not spend winter in Norway, Sweden, or anywhere in the northern hemisphere.
•  I will not move to the U.S. permanently.

Why:
•  I am a classical liberal.  I truly believe in mankindfs ability and right to be happy and I believe in freedom.
•  I believe the What do you want to do with your life?  Life Plan can contribute massively to many peoplefs happiness by giving people a plan for their lives.
•  I believe the promotion and revitalization of these values is the most important thing I can possibly do.  By promoting these ideas I am not giving people fish, I am reminding people how to fish.  Ideas rule the world, and with the wrong ideas, we are heading for disaster.  What could I possibly do that would be more productive than to help people plan their life?
•  I will spend winters in the sun because I feel so much better in the sun.  I get much more done.  I will avoid the winter blues that comes every winter.

What:
•  I will write books and do tapes on self-help, life planning, and NLP.
•  I will write articles on business and economics.
•  I will work on the Internet to get leverage.
•  I will continue to provide better e-mail to the world through Runbox.com.
•  I will get involved in more Internet ventures.
•  I will design an ever-improving system for people to decide what they want to do with their lives.
•  I will travel the world promoting the program.

What not to:
•  I will not spend a lot of time in an office.
•  I will not be tied down by tedious paperwork.
•  I will spend less time inside buildings.

When:
•  I have to release myself from my commitments before the winter starts.
•  I have to be free by October.
•  I have to be out by December

How:
•  I will move my business online.

Goals:
•  Write the book.
•  Promote the book and the system.
•  Reach 100 million people during my lifetime.
•  Build web sites and systems around them so I have a secure steady income.
•  Design a life where I live in the sun during the winter.
•  Continue to build the worldfs best e-mail service in runbox.com.
•  Design a life with healthy, happy, positive, loving people around me.
•  Eventually ensure that the classical liberal business magazine Farmand is relaunched.

Legacy/Obituary if I decide on this alternative:

•  Hans’ obituary if he were to pass away right now:

Hans left us too early.  Hans loved his family and friends.  His great ambitions in life were just getting started when he was suddenly ripped away from us.  Hans had much energy, love, ideas, and project to give the world that we are unfortunate not to see.  Hans created several companies; his email company Runbox.com continues its mission of creating the worldfs best e-mail service.

•  Hans’ obituary after having lived the life of his dreams:

New York Times . December 4, 2085
Hans passed away quietly at age 114.  Hans was an important figure in the movement that revitalized classical liberalism in the 21st century, and by doing so opened up the path to more happiness for millions of people.  He was a central figure in what was to be known as the second wave of the Renaissance, the age that replaced postmodernism and that we are still in now.  Through this involvement, he relaunched the Farmand magazine in his home country Norway.  In his work as a businessman, Hans started several companies in what was then known as the Internet sector and he was able to use the new technology to reach out to millions.  His messaging company, Runbox.com, pioneered the first fully secure email system in 2009, and went public in 2010. Hans’ greatest contribution, however, was his work in life planning.  His What do you want to do with your life? Program has been translated into more than 20 languages and is estimated to have reached more than one hundred million people.  More than three hundred people came to his funeral, which was held at his home on the grounds of his life-planning institute in the Bahamas.  His work on life planning and his charity for the promotion of liberty goes on.  Five children, twelve grandchildren, thirty six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild survive him.

Life in 5 years:
•  Some success with Internet business.
•  Some success with book and life plan concept.
•  Avoid the winter blues by being in the sun during the winter.

Life in 10 years:
•  Avoiding the winter blues by being in the sun.
•  Having found a permanent place in the sun in the winter.  Bahamas?
•  Life Plan concept and Internet business developed into sustainable businesses.

Life in 20 years and above:
•  Home in the sunshine.
•  Legacy of career and contribution.
•  Being able to keep working at my own pace.

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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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