Rule 8: What You Make of Your Life is Up to You

WHAT YOU MAKE OF YOUR LIFE IS UP TO YOU

You have all the tools and resources you need.
What you do with them is up to you.
The choice is yours.

APPOINTMENT WITH MYSELF

NAME:   ___________________________________

DATE:  ____________________________________

 

Where do I see myself now?  What am I doing?

 

 

Name the Dream:

 

 

My Position:

 

 

Financing:

 

 

Location:

 

 

Where do I see myself in one year?

 

 

What do I need to bring in to make the year happen?

 

 

 

Beginning this week, what can I accomplish within one month to bring this reality closer?

 

 

Beginning today, what can I do?

 

 

The following exercises are to take all the information you have elicited and summarize it on one page.  And, yes, it will also be of great assistance when your firm asks for your professional goals.  The form that follows  is simply a suggestion for making and keeping a clear view of your progress.  It can be a great help for understanding where you put your time.

– EXERCISE  –

NAME:  _____________________________________

DATE:  ______________________________________

This Year’s Professional Goal(s):

 

 

This Year’s Personal Goal(s):

 
 
 

THIS MONTH’S PERSONAL/PROFESSIONAL GOAL:

-DAILY LOG –

DATE:    ____________________________

 

MONTHLY GOAL:

 

 

DAILY GOAL:

 

 

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Rule 8: What You Make of Your Life is Up to You

  1. Hmm. Interesting. I am retired, but need to get better organized. Don’t know if this might work for me, but I believe every working person or anyone with a goal should do a similar housecleaning. 🙂

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  2. Huntie, Rule 8 is extremely good, and if I were still in the “working” environment I am sure I would adopt those aspects of Rule that I wasn’t already using., But even in retirement with a touch of modification here and there it still applies. Thank you for sharing rule 8, it is handy and I know I will share it with my daughter. Both her and her husband could use this tool for both their long and short term goals. — take care, Bill

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