Organizing Your Life’s Plan

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78341958_73af52f87fOne of my new goals is to develop my own bucket list. I have read on many a sites recently different types of bucket lists that inspire me for the moment, but I am too lazy to create my own. The bucket list does not just get you motivated to live life, but it also gets you to somewhat organize your plans for the future. And that is why today’s article is called Organizing Your Life’s Plan.

Before I move forward, I want to state that I, by no means, think organizing a life plan will fall into place exactly as I write it. I doubt half of what I write down will actually end up happening. However, it will get me to think about what I want in the future and how I can attain such. Looking ahead is amazing when thinking positive and when living life to it’s fullest currently. I also want to make it clear that this isn’t just a push to make a bucket list. I think they are great and need to make one yesterday. But this is more a life plan involving one’s career life, family life, goal life, etc. which includes one’s bucket list. Organizing a life plan now doesn’t mean you can’t change it down the road. It is just a guide towards furthering yourself towards your dreams. Now that that is explained, let’s move to the fun part…planning a healthy, exciting, goal-driven, success had life.

There are countless factors that need to be brought into consideration when planning one’s life. If you want to experience all life has to offer, you are going to want to view any and every opportunity as a chance to build upon your plan. Without taking those opportunities, you may never realize the full potential of your life. So if chances are present, take them and let them build upon your life’s plan. Another factor is who you are going to want to build your life with. Whether it is with lifelong friends or a big family, you will want to consider who you want to share your wonderful life. These friends and family will be a great support team in your growth. What many would consider an important factor is one’s mode of financial backing. Whether that is through a career in a big law firm or as a wandering nomad, discovering what financial needs are needed through planning will help get you to your lifestyle destination.

In combining these prime factors and then building upon them, we can come up with the following Organization Plan for Your Life:

  • Dreams/Goals: What are your dreams, goals, desires, aspirations, etc.? These will be your base for structuring everything else that you do in your life. These are the single most important factors in one’s life. So definitely address these from the get go.
  • Talents/Skills/Characteristics: What skills do you have and/or want to develop? Your skills and talents will mold the person you are. If you are a philanthropist, then who you build a family with, what type of career you choose, where you live and so on are all based on those characteristics.
  • Bonds/Ties/Relationships: Who you build your life with will determine the importance factor of each of the preceding life factors.
  • Worst Case Scenario: This may sound counter-productive. However, I have taken Tim Ferris’ attitude towards this. What is the worst case scenario and build a structure from which you can restart up your path to your dreams and goals. I always look to be positive, but I also consider the worst case scenario. By doing so, I begin to think about my actions following such. Once again, this is a plan and by planning for the worst case scenario, you will be better prepped for making a comeback. And even ig the worst case scenario does happen, truly how bad off will you be. I think not so bad and still capable of achieving one’s dreams and goals.

This developed organized plan is just a starter. You have to build it to what fits your life’s plan. Hopefully, this is a great jumping off point to planning a glorious excursion through life.

Thanks for stopping by….


8 Responses to Organizing Your Life’s Plan

  1. Ali Pepler says:

    I think bucket lists are great… once you sit down and think about what it is that you really want to “get done” in your life, you will start to plan your life accordingly. Instead of just going through the motions in life, I think everyone needs an idea of where they want to get to. Good article!!!! Now… you just need to build your own bucket list!
    .-= Ali Pepler´s last blog ..Technorati =-.

  2. Srinivas Rao says:

    Bucket lists are awesome. I think that everybody should have a bucket list and use it as a constant reminder of all the things they want to accomplish and experience in their lives. I had always wanted to learn how to surf, and I didn’t even surf at all my first year of business school. Now I spend all my spare time in the water.
    .-= Srinivas Rao´s last blog ..Create your own definitions for success and failure =-.

  3. Dena says:

    This is a great idea. What an awesome way to put things into perspective and to work to achieving goals. I love that you’ve factored in a “Worst Case Scenario” … I think that it’s an overlooked aspect of most plans. Right on. Thanks for sharing this.


    .-= Dena´s last blog ..Conscious Living =-.

  4. Planning your life is damn hard. Most people don’t really know what they want. Sure we all have vague dreams; get rich, be famous, travel the world, be a rock star, etc. Those are what MTV and Hollywood taught us to want, but what do you really, really want.

    The problem is that real dreams, big scary dreams, take work and sacrifice. Most of us are not willing to pay that price.

    It is funny because when you get older, you say, “I wish I worked harder and took more risks.” When you are young you tell your self that, “life is short and the time to play is now.” The fact is you can’t have it both ways. Chose to invest the time to do great things in the future or live it up now. Both have merits, just be conscious of the fact that you are indeed making a choice.

    The good news is that there has never been more opportunity or freedom to live the life of your dreams. The bad news is that it still takes effort and there is more competition than ever.

    Create your bucket list and live it every second of your life. That is all you have.
    .-= John Bardos – JetSetCitizen´s last blog ..Stop Telling Me What to Do (The Normal Person’s Guide to Success) =-.

  5. Paul Norwine says:

    Dave –

    You are exactly right about the need to “know where you want to go if you ever hope to get there.” For me, writing out and organizing my own personal “life plan” has been a huge factor in increasing my productivity. It has also helped to get everything out of my head and into a visual format so I’m free to get out of my own way, if you know what I mean. Your life plan is an evolution but you need to start at the beginning and writing it out is that first step.

    I also think your point about the worst-case scenario is an interesting approach. I use something similar when writing out my plans – I take the complete negative of a situation that is bugging me and write it out. Once it’s on paper, 9 times out of 10 I realize it isn’t half as bad as I thought it was. I then go one step further and put a positive spin on the same problem. Once I do that, I realize I have already moved forward in a positive direction.

    Sorry to ramble but your article was right on with me.

    .-= Paul Norwine´s last blog ..Goal Setting for Dummies and a Top Gun Analogy =-.

  6. Karen says:

    I think this is great advice- especially if you combine it with making a bucket list. So many people talk about making a bucket list, but now HOW to make it. You have to first analyze what your goals and dreams are in order to know the right ventures to pursue!
    .-= Karen´s last blog ..All the Wisdom You’ll Ever Need: Spoken by Will Smith =-.

  7. Ross says:

    I love the idea of a bucket list but I do find it hard to keep mine my own sometimes. When I read others sometimes I find things I’d love to do as well. Some would say this is perfectly normal but I worry sometimes that I want to do it just because someone else does.
    .-= Ross´s last blog ..Snowboarding in the Remarkables =-.

  8. Dave says:

    Thanks for all the comments…..

    Srini: Glad you have jumped on one of your bucket items and are continuing to ride the wave of your life

    Jon: I agree with you that it can take time and effort to still accomplish many of one’s dreams. But, if we get into careers and situations we love instead of debting ourselves to slavery, then there is a good chance we can work 60+ hours doing what we love and it won’t even be work. I know you get my drift, but just wanted to clear it for everyone. Thanks for commenting man

    Paul: Man, great advice. I love your approach to changing a negative attitude into a positive. Tough to do but you have found a great way to accomplish that.

    Karen: I think you are right Karen. You do need to analyze what is important. Very crucial to a fulfilling life.

    Ross: Thanks for commenting Ross! I think there is nothing wrong with ‘stealing’ a bucket item. I have experienced great things in my life that others have suggested, I hated at first, but grew to love.

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