What is a Life Plan and why do you need one?

Copy of Intentional Living Assessment Workbook (1).jpgHave you ever heard of a life plan and wondered what exactly it is.  Since becoming a certified Life Coach, kicking off my Intentional Living Academy, and sharing this passion on social media, I have received a lot of questions regarding what a life plan is and why I think it’s so important.

A Life Plan is a living document that helps you to focus in on the areas of your life that you personally want to improve, it helps define and follow through with goals and action step to move toward the life you desire and helps you to become the best version of yourself.

About a year ago, I discovered the power of life planning and how it helps to get a clear picture of the progress and passion in each major area of your life.  Not only does it help you to determine where you currently are in these areas, but it also helps you to improve your life moving forward and experience positive change.

One thing that I have heard repeatedly from the women in my Intentional Living Academy as well as women on Life Coaching calls is that the process of writing their life plan sounds overwhelming at first, but once they get started they found it was not at all overwhelming and they thoroughly enjoyed the process and results!

Life planning is for you if . . .

  • You are interested in becoming the best steward possible of the life the Lord has given you.
  • You often find yourself saying things like “I’m busy” and “There isn’t enough time in the day”.
  • You desire to give your best to the people that matter most, but feel over-committed and overwhelmed by the many demands on your life.

If so, I’d love to share my FREE Intentional Living Assessment Workbook with you! In this 7 page workbook, I will walk you through steps to determine your priorities and define actions steps to move you toward the life you desire and the purpose God created you for!

Click here to sign up for my FREE WORKBOOK and other helpful resources.

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