Today on my podcast and blog, I’ll show you an example of a goal development inventory and will provide you with questions to help you develop a design for each of these areas:
- Personal growth
- Intellectual or education
- Financial/Time Management
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Before we put any plan of action or design together, we need to be able to define exactly what we want to accomplish – not just for the short term, but also the long term.
Lots of ideas and dreams never come to fruition because they remain romantic fairy tales or ideals that haven’t been developed into a workable vision.
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll ask a series of questions that will help you clarify your hopes and dreams.
Before designing a building, an architect looks at the status of the soil and determines what things need to be removed and what underground restrictions need to be considered.
Just as an architect analyzes the conditions he or she is working with, we too, need to examine and evaluate what we are working with in our personal life. Our “soil” might be tainted with ongoing anger or bitterness, constant conflict or blaming.
What things need to be removed, acknowledged, or resolved before you can begin building the life you want?
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll walk you through 8 questions to help you determine who you are so you can decide what changes you might want to make.
I have built three homes, two with my husband and one on my own.
Before you can start building, you need a piece of land that will accommodate the house you want to build.
- What kind of home do you want?
- How big or small and how much can you afford?
Included in that early decision making is asking where you want to live. What kind of community do you want to be a part of, and are there lots available to purchase?