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Under the heading ‘‘ My Extraordinary Life’’ start writing lists designing the best life you could possibly want.
No one else needs to see this so - go for it. Think from the point of view that there are no limits to what your life can be.
Think, if you had all the time in the world, all the money you need, all the knowledge and skills you need, everything you need - what would your life look like?
Dare to day-dream a little! There is no harm in it and you can delete things at a later date if you change your mind.
The worst thing that can happen is that you actually get it!
Below are some questions designed to help you get into the swing of things and open your mind up:
What sort of person would I like to be? (Do I have a role model to copy? This includes morals, how I present yourself to the world, if I want to be the best at something, etc) What does my health and fitness look like? What does my home life look like? (Family, partner, children, friends, pets, etc)
What would I do for an income? (Any jobs or careers I would like to try.)
What hobbies and pastimes do I want? (Music, sport, clubs, community work, etc)
Where would I like to go and what would I like to do? (Places, or experiences.)
What material items do I want? (Home, car, clothes, holidays, toys, etc)
You might find this easier to do by pretending you are 110 years old. What do you want to tell your grandchildren about your life? Next Week: How do I get there?