WHY DO WE NEED LIFE PLANNING?
Many individuals fail to reach their full potential in life. They don’t accomplish what they could and they’re frustrated. One reason that most people fail is that they never take the time to think through what they really want in life … and to make plans for achieving those things. Or, if one actually sets goals, he/she has difficulty translating them into concrete action plans that lead to accomplishment and success. Time is going by so fast, and our lives are slipping away – and we are running the risk of never achieving our goals and dreams.
WHAT IS LIFE PLANNING AND HOW CAN IT HELP?
Life Planning is a comprehensive process that helps individuals determine what is important to them and what they want to be, have, and do in life. It enables them to develop specific measurable ways to achieve those broad goals. While each person must design a system that meets his or her own needs, the basic concepts of Life Planning apply to all. Most people have never gone through such a process and that is why they’re not achieving their full potential. If applied diligently, this approach can turn one’s life around.
WHO NEEDS LIFE PLANNING?
- Has never really decided what he/she wants out of life.
- Feels overwhelmed and unfulfilled.
- Sets goals but can’t seem to achieve them.
- Has too much to do and too little time to do it.
- Wants to accomplish much more than is now being accomplished.
- Is just too busy to plan.
- Can’t seem to establish priorities in life.
- Sees time sliding by with not enough satisfying results.
- Is already successful but knows he/she can achieve even more.
HOW IS LIFE PLANNING DELIVERED?
In a couple of ways. One way is through a seminar for groups. The topic can be introduced and the process fully explained in about 90 minutes. A half-day seminar provides more time and exercises to help the group actually apply the process. A second way is working with individuals one-on-one to help them set their own goals and objectives.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Organizations usually invest $1,200 in the basic seminar and $2,000 in the half-day program. Working one-on-one is generally billed on an hourly basis.