Updated: Jul 13
Have you ever thought about creating a blueprint for your life? A detailed map that inspires all your goals and dreams? Something that you can refer back to over and over again. Planning your life is important. When setting goals and creating life plans, the "how" we do it is just as important as the "why" we do it. What do I mean? Well, many of us think about how to accomplish goals in life. Many of us think about how to accomplish dreams. However, how many of us actually sit down, write it out, and put in the dedicated time on paper? Something that reminds us everyday of what we want and where we want to go? Let's talk about creating a blueprint for your life.
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WHAT IS A LIFE BLUEPRINT?
A life blueprint is similar to a blueprint that an architect uses to showcase detailed plans for a building or a house. Only this blueprint has detailed plans for all areas of your life. Things such as your career, your health, your relationships, your hobbies. You plan your vision. You plan your purpose. It's an outline of everything so that you can make your life a truly great one.
Goal planning and planning for your life should be written down, thought about, revised, and then revised again. Always referring back to it. Goals in life don't just happen. We have to take inspired action towards our dream life
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF A LIFE BLUEPRINT?
The purpose of a life blueprint is to plan, manage, and get focused on our life goals. The purpose is to figure out all the different areas of your life that are important to you, prioritize them, and then break them down into smaller chunks.
When we can break different subjects and life categories down into smaller pieces, it's better for clarity. It allows you to focus on your life plans with greater ease.
HOW DO I FIGURE OUT MY LIFE PLANS?
The way you start figuring out your life plans are to use mechanisms that get you organized. A mechanism that forces your mind to think carefully and creatively. Something that stimulates your senses and empowers your subconscious mind. When you empower your subconscious mind, this allows your life plans to become more realistic.
Our subconscious mind is considered the "feeling" part of the brain, as opposed to the conscious mind which is considered the "thinking" part of the brain. Feeling and thinking can both be measured by science, and studies have confirmed that the electromagnetic field of feeling is stronger than the electromagnetic field of thinking. How often do you forget the small details of your life? Everyday right? However, it's always easy to remember how something made you feel. How someone hurt you? How someone or something made you feel? Etc.
So, we need to feel and plan our life blueprint. The more attention you give to creating a blueprint for your life, the more likely it will become.
HOW DO YOU PLAN FOR YOUR LIFE?
To create a plan for your life goals, you want to start by breaking it down into life categories. These categories should cover the full range of the human condition. Everything from mindset to emotions, happiness, business, and more. Here are 10 good life planning category examples.
10 LIFE GOAL CATEGORIES
WHAT IS A GOOD LIFE PLAN?
A good life plan is well rounded, covering all areas of your life. Not just one or the other. If you focus only on making money, you can miss out on finding love and starting a family, robbing you of much happiness. If you focus only on your physical goals, but not career or money, you may live a poor life, robbing you of much of your happiness daily.
Planning your life covers all of these areas equally so that you have a good balance and high quality of life.
HOW DO I CREATE A SUCCESSFUL LIFE PLAN?
To be successful in your life planning, you must make your dreams and goals specific, and measurable. Vague goals will create vague outcomes. This is one of the biggest reasons people don't accomplish goals.
Also, in life we must be focusing on the positives instead of the negatives. Having a bad attitude or doubting your self confidence will ruin your life plans. Believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams. This is how you create success.
This is how you create a blueprint for your life.
Matt Jones is a writer and entrepreneur with multiple businesses who enjoys inspiring others. He is also a professional musician who has been to over 40 different countries on all 7 continents. His personal mission is to create and inspire. He is from Los Angeles but is now based in Greater London. His latest book "Life 2.0" is available on Amazon.