What If You Could Have A Different Future?

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Direction in Life

I am a firm believer in the need for direction in life. For a clear path to be on and for a plan to make this happen. ThisLifeMap is a blog designed to touch on the hard questions that need to get answered.

A LifeMap focuses on 3 major questions:

  • Where am I?
  • Where do I want to go?
  • How am I going to get there?

At any point in your life you can ask these 3 simple questions and find some new direction in life.

Building Your Future, Even When You’re Lost in the Present.

You can build a future for yourself and for your family. The best future requires outside help, direction, and accountability. The LifeMap is simple, ask yourself the three questions above for each of the following 7 areas. Start with “Where am I?”

  • Vocationally
  • Financially
  • Spiritually
  • Relationally
  • Physically
  • Educationally
  • Emotionally

In these 7 areas of your life, life can happen to you or you can make your life happen, it’s your choice.

Building Your LifeMap

Building a LifeMap is all about direction, the LifeMap is what helps us find true north. In some ways the LifeMap is the compass for our lives and helps us to know when we are heading true north and when we have lost our way.

Building a LifeMap is a cumulative process. Originally the LifeMap is four major steps followed by countless goals and tasks that build the roads of your map, but this is only your first LifeMap. Each year you will revisit your LifeMap two times and modify, add to, and check off goals that you have made from the previous year’s map.

As these items get checked off the roads may grow easier to navigate or become more intricate, or even hit a dead end, but no matter the direction your LifeMap takes you, you will have direction, and that direction will be something you have chosen and designed with wisdom, outside support, and of course God’s leading and grace.

Are you ready to get started?

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