LifeMap by Kyle Gillette, lifemap book






What is LifeMap?

Many people have an idea of where they want to be in life, yet few have achieved the life they’ve always wanted. You know what your best future looks like. Let us help you get there. 

We want to help you achieve all that you have dreamed of but never have had the tools or time to make it happen. LifeMap is the tool you can use to make the changes you want in life. Start changing your future in each of the areas below today. 

  • Work
  • Finances
  • Relationships
  • Spiritual Life
  • Health
  • Education
  • Emotional Well-Being

You have the ability to change the direction of your future. Your life can be different. Your life will be different! We are here to help.


LifeMap was really pivotal for me at a time when I was lost and had no direction. Once I decided where I wanted to go in my life. I was able to make short term goals to help me to achieve my long-term goal. I really liked that looking at my past decisions and outcomes I was able to make better decisions for my future hopes and dreams.

When you have small goals set and complete them it gave me a sense of accomplishment and helped to propel me forward to keep moving towards the end result. I know that without any clear plan on where you want to go in life, everything seems impossible and chaotic. With the help of LifeMap and the mentorship of Kyle [it] has truly changed my life for the better!

Joshua H.

Before I was introduced to the LifeMap concept, my efforts really were a bit unfocused. Sure, I had goals, hopes, and dreams, but I just sort of stumbled along chalking most things up to chance and hoped for the best. The LifeMap really helped me put the bigger picture into a perspective of where I am, thought more about where I really wanted to go, and helped me plan out the things I needed to do to get there.

By focusing our efforts, and “Life-Mapping”, I think that I can make the most of my time on this earth. Sure, [a] man makes his plans, but… the Lord directs his steps. By being intentional with our time, resources, and efforts, I think we allow God to make the most of our lives by continuing to walk forward. The enemy is the one who wants to discourage our efforts and scatter our attention, essentially making us ineffective for God, for ourselves, and really anyone else for that matter.

My hopes and dreams have a map and steps to get there. I can look at my present circumstances, evaluate my resources, filter out what is important, and what is not.


Nathan W.

I’m a Biomedical Engineer at California Polytechnic State University with a strong work ethic and a plan. Although I continue to struggle with Bipolar Type II, I am at a good place in my life. I am a little more anxious than I would like to be, but I’m where I need to be in an emotional, physical, and spiritual sense to get where I need to go.

I would like to work more on the spiritual aspects of my life because spiritually is something that I have always struggled with. Otherwise, my immediate plan is to be a strong member of the workforce progressing myself in the Biomedical field.

My plan is to get a PhD in Bioengineering at Stanford or the  University of Notre Dame. In the meantime, I will consider my research in biomedical devices in neural systems computation and modeling.

LifeMap has helped me because it gave me an organized approach to identifying who I am so that I may better understand where I want to go. I plan to continue my Journal and keep an active record of where I am in all 7 critical areas. The LifeMap has helped me immensely so far in determining where I am and how to get to where I want to go.

Rory D.

Author Kyle Gillette