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Why You Should Revisit Your Five Year Plan

Via LifeHacker:

Why You Should Revisit Your Five Year Plan

http://lifehacker.com/5988272/why-you-should-revisit-your-five-year-plan

“A 5-year plan is a balance of overarching goals and dreams and nitty gritty details. One of your lifetime goals may be to have wealth; your five-year goal is to buy a house. Both are important in developing a plan.

First, think about your life as a whole.

  • What do you want it to look like? Think in broad lifetime ideals, such as having wealth, adventure, and peace and experiences you don’t want to miss in your lifetime, such as owning your own business or having a family.
  • How can you live these goals in the next five years? Some examples could be: start a business, travel to three different countries, or decrease stress.
  • What do you wish were different about your life now?
  • What do you want to be different in five years?
  • What goals/milestones do you want to reach?
  • What experiences do you want to have?

Once you have your overarching idea goals (wealth, adventure, peace, etc.) and your concrete 5-year goals (start a business, travel to three different countries, decrease stress) break them down further.”

Stephen

 

Posted on: March 21, 2013, 6:31 am Category: Uncategorized