Short and Long Time Life Plans

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Plan Your Life with Short and Long Time Plans

 

short and long time life plans

 

Plan to Change and Improve

Detailed Life Change Plan

How to be successful in your professional and private life and happy throughout your life.
If you believe that you will be happy as soon as you make a lot of money, you are wrong. You can be successful in your professional life, but generally unhappy. You can be poor and happy. Too many people are focused on one area of their life and don’t know how to get both – success and happiness. Neither success nor happiness comes by itself. Both need your attention. If you want both, you have to plan it. Stop the conflict between having to choose making money and being there for your family.

I am going to explain to you why it is important to make a plan for your life and the changes you intend to make and that you will profit from it long into the future.

If you don’t know the destination, you can’t plan a travel route. Are you going through life without knowing the destination? If you say in a restaurant, you don’t know what you want to eat, they should bring you anything, you have to be prepared that they bring you something you dislike. Why take the risk? You always have the opportunity to choose. Take advantage of this opportunity. You have the choice on how you want to live. Don’t let your life pass uncontrolled, plan it.
Every company has short, medium and long term plans. A life is much more complex as a company, but only a few people make plans.

Make a list of what you want in life. What are your goals? What do you want to achieve. Give every point on the list a priority and then make several lists representing short, medium and long term plans. The short term plan has goals you want to achieve in the coming 6 to 12 months. In the medium term plan you set goals you want to achieve in the coming 1 to 5 years. The long term plan has goals you want to achieve in 5 to 10 years or longer. Read on to get instructions for planning your life:

 

1. Plan to Change the Programming of Your Subconscious Mind

If you want to profoundly change your life, start with a general plan. This is the moment where you may say: “I want to change quite everything about myself and my life.” Then you determine what and how you want to change. Then plan your life and in the fine tuning of your plan, focus on each single change you wish to accomplish and think about what is necessary to accomplish it.

You have decided to change your life, but you have not yet determined how exactly you want it to change and how to change it. Or you have tried to change your life, but you seem to be stuck and nothing you try to do is working out. Only wanting to change your life is a wishful thinking that does not get you results.

Write down how you plan to change your subconscious mind.

 

2. Preparation to Change Your Life

Let me be frank at this point: “You have to dare more!” You will be surprised what a difference this makes. When you only think of little changes, you are not challenged. A little change is buying one new outfit. A big change is buying a new wardrobe. Doing the repair on old stuff can take more time and money as making it possible to renew everything.

When you plan to change your life, you must determine what you have to do to make the planned changes. Consciously prepare yourself to change, which means, to set your mind to what you want to change and to achieve these changes. Know about the co-existence of the conscious and the subconscious mind. When the subconscious mind is not in line with your consciously set goals, it is very difficult to accomplish them. As soon as the subconscious mind is in line with your goals, it will be easy to reach them.

To make your plan work out, you have to reprogram your subconscious mind to be in line with your consciously made life plan. When programmed right, your subconscious mind will assist you to achieve what you have planned. You have to change the programming of your conscious and subconscious mind to get results. Changes of the programming of your subconscious mind is done as it was programmed and that is by repetition. It is tedious to constantly repeat something and repeating affirmations does not bring the desired changes. To accomplish the reprogramming of your subconscious mind you should take advantage of hypnosis or even better of subliminal recordings, such as 3A Subliminals. You listen to the subliminal recording once a day. A 3A Subliminal recording you can have run during the day while you work.

The mind (conscious and subconscious mind) is in all cells of your body, while the brain is were it is. See the brain as the hardware and the mind as the software, although brain and mind are much more sophisticated as a computer. When part of the hardware of a PC is damaged, the software does not work anymore. When part of the human brain got damaged, another other part of it takes over and learns the task of the damaged part. A computer has to be replaced after a couple of years. The human mind, when it has been used a lot, is getting better.

When you use your conscious mind intelligently, the brain builds up as muscles when you work out. The brain is an information processing system, containing neurons (nerve cells), which are connected through synapses. The number of synapses grows, and synapses can die. Our mind is consciously and unconsciously fed and influenced. You can control with what you influence your mind by the choice of what you read, watch, hear, feel, smell and taste. But you are also influenced beyond control. This is the case with advertisement, which you hear repeatedly. While you are shopping in a mall, you hear what others say, though it takes repetitions that anything gets deep into your mind and would change your subconscious mind. When you hear an advertisement repetitively, your subconscious mind is influenced. When you go shopping you most probably will buy the advertised item or take into consideration to buy it. But still be careful at any time, because all what is perceived with your senses is saved in your mind and influences you.

You can’t change the entire programming of your subconscious mind. You can only change certain parts of it, but not at once. Make a list of all aspects which you want to change. Give each aspect a priority and then start to change one at a time. It is said that it takes a minimum of 21 days to get used to something new. This is not fully true. It depends how deep the old habit is embedded in your subconscious mind. A change can take several months, until it is lasting, so you would not have a setback. Stick to listening to subliminals targeting one aspect for at least 6 weeks or months, until you the wanted results are remarkable. You will realize a change regarding this one aspect during the first days. But would you stop working to change it, you would quickly get back to your old habit and your old routine. Continue to focus on one change to ensure that the change lasts.

When you plan your life change, you will be able determine what and how you have to change your subconscious mind and get it in line with each aspect of your life change.

 

The Basics of Planning Your Life Change

Plans and planning is part of management. Here it is about Life Management. The principles are the same, no matter if you manage a company or your life.
You know that companies and organisations have a management. You probably manage your own company. You manage your household and larger households have a management. Did you ever think about the management of your life? Before everything else you should manage your life.
What is Life Management

Management in all business areas and organizational activities are the acts of getting people together to accomplish desired goals and objectives. Management comprises planning, organizing, staffing. leading, or directing, and controlling an organization (a group of one or more people or entities) for the purpose of accomplishing a goal. Resourcing encompasses the deployment of human resources, financial resources, technological resources, and natural resources.
This is the first paragraph of the definition for Management in Wikipedia that I will use to define the term Life Management.
The word business is replaced with: You, including your mind, your body and your life.
Organizational activities: Is all you do to manage all aspects of your life, your mind and body.

Life Management in all areas of your life and organizational activities are the acts of using your abilities, skills and opportunities (including knowledge from school, out of school trainings,, books, magazines, newspapers, online reading material and talks with others), to accomplish the desired changes.
Life Management comprises planning, organizing, using helpful means and tools, leading or directing and controlling all about you and your life for the purpose of accomplishing your goals. Resourcing encompasses the deployment of your born resources (natural resources), all means and tools available on the market (technological resources), the money you have available to make things happen (financial resources) and human resources (teachers, family, friends, employees, suppliers of services).

Because organizations can be viewed as systems, management can also be defined as human action, including design, to facilitate the production of useful outcomes from a system. This view opens the opportunity to manage oneself. – This is the second paragraph of the definition of management on Wikipedia, which I changed regarding Life Management as follows:

The human mind and body is a highly advanced system.
Design: The image a person has of himself, his style, his behavior.
We have many opportunities to facilitate the production of useful outcomes.

 

Basic functions of management

Management operates through various functions, often classified as planning, organizing, leading/directing, and controlling.

Planning: Deciding what has to happen in the future (today, next week, next month, next year, over the next 5 years, and longer time goals) and generating plans to take action.
Organizing (Implementation) making optimum use of the resources required to enable the successful carrying out of plans.
Staffing: Job analyzing, recruitment, and hiring individuals for appropriate jobs. Hire supporting personnel to whom you delegate certain tasks to make more time for yourself and have more time for more important tasks.
Leading/Directing: Determining what has to be done in a certain situation and getting people to do it.
Controlling/Monitoring: Checking progress against plans and making corrections.

 

 

Life Management – The Planning Phase

Start your Life Management with general planning and include all aspects of your life. Do this in written form.
You will then make detailed plans of your life changes.
When you know exactly what you want to change and when you will change a certain aspect, make first the changes in your mind and reprogram your subconscious mind to be in line with you plans. When you first change the programming of your subconscious mind regarding one aspect of your life plan, it will be much easier to bring it into your reality.

 

Prepare to Write Down Your Life Change Plan

Short, medium and long term plans.
Start to determine:
1. the present state of your life
2. what you want to change
3. how you will change it

First determine what you like and what you dislike about your life. What you like is the basis on which you will build up your future. What you dislike will become part of the life change plan.

 

1. Determine the present state of your life

1.1. Time Management:

Your daily and weekly routine regarding time.
When do you get up?
What is your morning routine?
How long is your way to and from work?
How long do you work?
How much leisure time do you have?
What are you doing in your leisure time?
Do you take time to work out?
Do you take time for personal interests?
Do you have enough time for breakfast, lunch and dinner?
What is your evening routine?
How long do you sleep and do you get enough sleep?

Underline, what you do not want to change as you like it the way it is. Underline in another color what you want to change.

 

1.2. Your knowledge and education level:

What schools have you visitied?
What trainings did you do after school?
Do you regularly increase your knowledge and learn something
new? Do you continue to learn? Do you learn something new
every day?
Make a list of what you are able to do which you can use
professionally.

Underline what you love to do.
Is there something you want to learn?

 

1.3. Your financial situation:
What is your monthly income?
Does your income cover your monthly costs?
Do you have savings?
How much can you save monthly?
Do you have regular income, are you without work for the time
being or are you self employed?
Do you want to make more money? How much?

 

1.4. Your habits.

What are your daily and weekly habits?
What habits do you have that you dislike and which you wish
to change?
What habits do you like?

 

1.5. What have you accomplished in your life, including private and career accomplishments?

Think well and be prepared that this list can get long.
What accomplishments are you grateful for and happy to have
accomplished?

 

1.6. Your emotional state:

Are you most of the time happy and in good humor or do you
often experience negative emotions?
What negative emotions you experience often?
What are the positive emotions which characterize you?

 

1.7. Your physical body, including body, face, hair

Are you healthy?
Are you slim or overweight?
Do you care for your health with healthy food and regular
workout?
Do you care for your skin and hair with a certain daily and
weekly routine?
What are you happy about your body and your look?
What do you want to change?

 

1.8. Your style, image and behavior

Are you elegant, sportive, sloppy, dressed very fashionable or
do you often change your style?
How do you dress?
How do you behave at home, how at work and how outside of
home and work?
What is the image others have from you?
What do you like about your style, image and behaviour?
What would you like to change?

 

1.9. Your relationships

Do you have a partner and how is the relationship with
her/him?
How is the relationship to your children and
how is your relationship to other family members?
Do you have lots of good friends?
Do you have a good relationship to your co-workers or
employees?
How do you behave toward strangers?
What do you like?
What do you dislike?

 

2. Determine what you want, what you await from your life and what you want to change in your life

2.1. How do you want to spend your day?

Do you want to change your time management?
Do you want to get up later?
Do you dislike to have to lose time sitting in the car for an hour
or more to get to work and another hour to get back home?
Would you like to have more time to spend with your family
and friends, more time for dinner, more time for sports, for
yourself, more vacation time?
Imagine how you really want to live.
Do not limit yourself in any way.

 

2.2. Do you want more knowledge and what exactly?

Would you like training in a specific subject?
What school, university, or seminars would you like to attend?

 

2.3. Your planned financial situation

How much money would you like to earn monthly?
How much money would you like to have saved and invested?
How and where do you want your money invested?
2.4. What habits would you like to eliminate and replace with what other habits?

Which habits do you dislike about yourself?
Which new habits would you like to have?

 

2.5. What do you want to accomplish in your private life?

Have a family, children, accomplish something regarding your
personal interests, charity work, want to support organizations
protecting nature?
What do you want to accomplish in your professional life?
Do you want a career in a company, in the government,
in an organization, or do you want to be self employed?
In what field would you like to work?
What will you have to do to become successful in a certain
field?
Will your daily routine change, because of changes in your
professional life?

 

2.6. How do you want your emotional state to be?

Do you want to be happy and cheerful most of the time?
Which negative emotions do you want to eliminate?
Which positive emotions would you like to be in more often?

 

2.7. How do you want your body to look, your face, your hair?

What do you like about your look.
Describe how you would like to look and what you have to
change.

 

2.8. Your style and image

How do you want to appear to others?
Do you want to change your style, image and behavior and
how?

 

2.9. Do you want a partner or change or stop an existing partnership?

Do you want to change your existing partnership or do you
want a new partnership?
Do you want to change the relationship with your children?
Do you want more friends?
Do you want a better relationship to co-workers or employees?

 

 

3. Determine what you have to do to change about your present you and your life

With all you have written down so far, all you want to change is coming together. Now you make a step by step plan for each aspect of your life.

This is an important plan. For each aspect you will write down all you have to do to make the change that you have determined in the preparation phase. Some of the aspects on your list, you will be able to change tomorrow or very quickly. To change other aspects, you need as long as it takes to get used to the change. As it is not suggested to make too many changes at once, you have to decide with what changes you want to start. Some other aspects you wish to change, you will have to prepare and the change will be accomplished during a longer period of time.

Give every aspect on your list which you wish to change a priority. Having a priority list will make it easier to make a step by step planning. Decide what you want to change first and determine the time span in which you wish to make that change. Also determine what changes you will do next.

Making changes step by step is easy and the chance that you will accomplish them fast is big. Trying to accomplish all your goals at once is very difficult and the change to have setbacks is large.

Write the answer to all the aspects of your life change plan on a large piece of paper or on a Excel file and make 4 segments or write each segment on a different sheet or on 4 different word files.

+ Make one segment for changes you can start to realize right
away. Give it the title: Quick Changes
+ The next segment is for life changes for which you have to
make a habit change. Give it the title: Habit Changes
In a next step decide which of those habits you want to change
first and make a priority list of all habits you want to change.
+ The third segment is for changes for which you need to
prepare yourself during a longer time span, as for example:
education and training, losing a lot of weight, building up your
own website or blog and make money with it.
Write down how long it will take to change each aspect on this
list. 3, 6, 9, 12 months or more than a year. Give this segment
the title: Changes that need preparation and more time
+ The last segment is for aspects that build up on one or more
other aspects of your plan, as for example your financial
situation or a job change for which you need a certain training.

 

3.1. How do you want to spend your day?

You have made a plan about how you want to spend your day. Make now a list of what you have to change to spend the day as you have written down while you prepared your life change plan determining what you want to leave unchanged and what you want to change.

Do you have to change your job? Find a job that is nearer to your home? Or find a job that enables you to work from home? If you plan to look for another job, you can start to search for it tomorrow or the coming weekend. Write this into the first segment of your life change plan, called Quick Changes.

Do you need to hire more staff in your company and/or at home to have more time for yourself? You can look for personnel tomorrow or in the days to come. Write this into the first segment of your life change plan, called Quick Changes.

Do you need more training to get a job which lets you plan your day as you want? Write this into the third or forth segment of your life change plan.

Do you have to get up earlier to have time to work out before you go to work? This is a habit which you can start to form tomorrow morning. Change the time on your alarm clock in increments of 10 minutes about once a week until you got used to get up at the right time. Write this into the second segment of your life change plan, called Habit changes.

Do you have to get yourself used to work out? Start with 10 minute increments and increase the workout time each week until you reached the time span which you have planned for workout. This is a habit. Write it into the second segment of your life change plan, called Habit Changes.

What can you do to save time to have more time for more important tasks or for more leisure time?
Watch yourself consciously for a few days and make notes, where you lose too much time and where you could save time.
For example, if you usually chat too long with a friend. Determine how long you will talk to your friend. Make it a habit to look at your watch when you call and check from time to time.
Are you having too many phone calls? Determine a certain time and time span when you answer phone calls and keep the phone talks short, and then switch your phone to an answering call center or switch it off. Think of changing the answering message.
Grocery shopping takes too long when you have to decide in the store what to buy. You must make it a habit to write down at home what you have to buy. You can have your groceries delivered to your home.
Do you spend too much time for reading and answering emails and messages on social sites? Make it a habit to quickly go through your messages and answer with short comments.
Are you going to have a glass after work and stay too long in a bar or café? Make it a habit to leave the bar at a certain time.
Make a list of those habit changes and give each aspect on this list a priority.
Write this into the second segment of your life change plan, called Habit Changes.

 

3.2. What kind of knowledge and training do you need for your life change?

Is the knowledge easily available? How can you get it? How long will it take you to get this knowledge?
Does the training cost money and do you have the amount of money available that you need to pay for the training? From where could you get the money or do you first have to save money for it?
Do you have time for the training? What do you have to do or change to have the time for the training?
Write it into the third segment of your life change plan, called Changes that need preparation.

 

3.3. What do you have to do to accomplish your planned financial state?

Do you want a raise of your salary and what do you have to do to get it?
Do you have to make a job-change to get a higher salary?
Do you need a specific training to earn more or to get a higher paid job?
Can you make additional money with one of your private interests?
Decide into what segment of your life change plan you write these aspects.

What can you do to save money?
Do you spend too much money on things you don’t really need? Are you spending too much money for going out? These are habit changes. Write them into the second segment of your life change plan, called Habit Changes

Make a savings and an investment plan with exact amounts of money or a percentage of your monthly income, whereby the amount of money you want to save can change with the time. Write those amounts of money you plan to save into the segment of your choice.

Do you want to earn a lot more money as you would make with a job, no matter how well paid it is? What you need to do, is making it possible to have Multiple Sources of Income.
Write this into the 4th segment of your life change plan.
3.4. Habit changes – List of Priorities of Habit Changes

Take your list of habits you want to change and give each a priority. Decide which one to change first. It takes at least three weeks to change a habit. Focus on one habit at a time and focus on the next after three weeks or after you have formed the new habit.
You can change more than one habit at a time. To change one habit should not take the focus away from changing another habit.
Imagine yourself implementing the new habit. Do this every evening and every morning. You can get support using subliminal recordings.

 

3.5. How will you change your emotional state?

How will you eliminate negative emotions and have positive emotions? These are habits. Write them into the second segment of your life change plan. Also use subliminal recordings.

 

3.6. What do you have to do to have your body, face and hair look as you want?

Do you have to lose weight? How will you lose weight? How long will it take to lose weight? How will you change your eating habits? Write the weight you want to lose into the third or forth segment and the change of eating habits into the second segment of your life change plan.

Do you need to go to a dermatologist to do something about your skin?
Do you need an operation to change the feature of your face or body? Do you have the money or how will you get the money for it? Do you have to make face-exercises part of your daily routine?

Do you need a new hair-cut or do you want to have your hair grow longer?

Write the visit at a dermatologist and the visit at your hairdresser into the first segment: Quick Changes, the operation into the third or forth: Changes that need Preparation, and the face-exercise into the second segment: Habit Changes, of your life change plan.

 

3.7. What do you have to do to change your style and behavior to get a new image?

Do you wish to buy new clothes? Do you have the money for it? If you need to change your behavior, decide what you will do to change it and write it into the second segment of your life change plan: Habit Changes. To form the habit to behave differently as now will probably take you longer as three weeks. Exercise your new behavior whenever possible. Exercise in front of a full-body mirror and when you are together with friends and family. After a few weeks your new behavior will have changed and be a habit.

 

3.8. What do you have to do to have the partnerships you want?

Do you have to go out more often to meet a partner and/or look for the special someone in social media sites?
Do you need counseling to have a better relationship with your partner?
Do you want to get divorced?

Are you too shy to make more friends? You can help yourself with subliminals.
Do you have to make more time for your children to have a better relationship with them?
Do you have to change habits to have a better relationship with friends and co-worker or employees? What can you do that your employees are happier?

Prepare your Mind for the Changes

When you go to bed, visualize living the life you want to live.
Make a wish video with images that represent the life you want to live and with slides with well chosen affirmations and watch your wish video at least twice a day.
Choose subliminals that might be helpful to accomplish your wanted changes.

Control the progress of your life change

Control the progress of your life change every couple of months: Look at your life change plan after half a year and see which of your goals you have achieved, which habits you have changed and make necessary corrections in your plans.

With the years your plans will change, you will earn more money and be able to imagine a much better life as you are able dreaming today and part of your plans, goals, desires and wishes will change with the years.


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