What’s Most Important to You?

Do you take time out to think about what is most important to you? Do you take life as it comes or do you make life what you want it to be? There may be no right or wrong answers to these two questions, however those who fail to plan, often find their life results less than they desire.

I have found taking “formal planned  time” to focus on what is most important to you is key to creating the life you want.

Taking time out from your day-to-day activities can be tricky and complicated, especially if you lead a busy life. However, if you are a busy person, then taking time out is as easy as making an appointment or two with yourself. A few hours will likely be enough for you to create a clearer understanding of where you want to go.

Individuals who are focused can pre-plan their “future vision session” .  They can do this by creating a list of questions to consider during the session.  This will allow a more focused and directed time.

However, if you are a person who has trouble focusing, working with a life coach for a few sessions might be the key to creating the life you want. The life coach can help you by asking great questions, and then you can find your own answers.

Terry now provides life coaching services. Check out her website for more details.



Filed under Business Marketing Strategies, Caregiving, Goal Setting, Knowledge, Productivity, Thinking

2 responses to “What’s Most Important to You?

  1. Fred

    Terry provides great insight here, and the key for me is when she speaks of getting a clear idea of where you want to go. Life is so hectic it is easy to get “blown off course” and stuck in the shoals or on some sandbar, i.e. by some problem or rut that bogs you down. Taking the time to get a clear vision, to fine tune your inner compass, whether on your own volition or with a life coach like Terry when you need the extra guidance, can make all the difference to returning to an engaged, enjoyable feeling about work and your life. Then you can navigate effectively no matter how the vicissitudes or circumstances of life may blow you to or fro.

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