7 Days of Change

If you were forced, life or death, to change your life within 7 days, what would you do? What would you change? Would you improve your finances? Would you strive to become a better person?

Change is possible without the life or death stipulations. In fact, to jumpstart your change you must first make your mind up to change. To change your habits, your current lifestyle, your thoughts, your environment. Once you have made your mind up to change then comes the plan.

Within the plan there is direction, a blueprint that will guide you down that yellow brick road to change. The beautiful thing about mankind is that change is inevitable, and you have the ability to adapt or make it happen.

Create some goals for yourself, think about what you wish to change in your life and make it happen. Make a list of 5-10 goals that you wish to achieve in the next 6 months. Don’t worry about level of importance as long as you get them out on paper and in front of you. Next, create a plan geared towards change, to coincide with the goals you wish to achieve and how you plan on achieving each goal. Next as you achieve your goals cross them off one by one for your pleasure.

Most change does not happen over night, and comes with time and faith that change will happen. However, creating a plan jumpstarts your life and sets the wheels in motion. Within a few months you will find yourself in situations that will set you up to achieve your goals. Just stick with it and from time to time revisit your goals and your plans. Everything in life needs fine tuning from time to time, this is your day to make change happen.

One Response to “7 Days of Change”

  1. jr fan 5 June 2008 at 4:51 pm Permalink

    Hey, I really enjoyed reading this. I’m interested in learning more. I’d also like to share with you this book I finished that might offer you some new insights. It’s called Harmonic Wealth and it’s all about finding harmony in your life in all areas – financial, relational, mental, physical, and spiritual. It has some really good tips about how to engage all five pillars (or areas) of your life, and to learn more about how they complement each other. Rather than dealing with each issue individually, maybe take a look at the bigger picture.

    Here’s the link to that book I recommend: harmonicwealth.com/read

    a JR fan


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