How To Figure Out What To Do With Your Life
When it comes to designing your dream life the first step is to figure out what that life looks like. That’s the easy part. The hard part is figuring out what to do with your life to actually get there. If your dream life is to travel the world but you’re sitting in a cubicle 40 hours a week then something has to change. Or maybe your dream life is to climb the corporate ladder and become an executive, but right now you’re cleaning hotel rooms. You need to either make a plan to move up in the hospitality business or start something new.
At 18 we’re basically told to figure out what to do with our lives, even though just a few months earlier we had to ask permission to go to the bathroom. In feel-good graduation speeches, we’re told to follow our dreams and do what interests us. However, we’re rarely given the tools or guidance to figure out what those things are and how to make money doing it. We often end up floundering around for a lot of our 20’s until we settle for something that makes us feel secure enough.
Here’s a little secret society won’t tell you…
You’re actually meant to love your life, and not just the 2 weeks a year that you’re on vacation. You are meant to feel love and gratitude every. single. day. If you don’t wake up every morning excited for the day, feeling so grateful for your life that it brings tears to your eyes, you need to make an adjustment.
To gain a crystal clear understanding of what to do with your life and develop a detailed plan to doing it I recommend Robyn Louise’s Daily Life Planner Program. It only took me 3 days to get through the program and it was a total game changer. Each exercise in the program forced me to dig a little bit deeper until I found my true mission in life. Once I completed my mission statement I had a clear road map of what my life’s work would be, and that is truly priceless. Robyn also provides email support to help you get through the process, if necessary (it totally was for me). So, if you’ve got ambition, drive, and want to live beyond whatever it is you’re doing now I highly recommend this program to get you organized (or in Robyn’s words, order the disorder) and ready to tackle your goals.