Name: ______________________________________________________ Remember, dive deep. When you explore your motivation at a deep level, you improve your chances of having an important insight that can change your life for the better. So dive deep and discover what really motivates you.
Journal Entry 9
In this activity, you will design one or more parts of your life plan. To focus your thoughts, glance back at Pilar’s life plan and use it as a model.
1.) In your journal complete an entry titled: MY LIFE PLAN. Below the title complete the part of your life plan for your role as a student.
MY LIFE PLAN
My Dream: [If you have a compelling dream, describe it here. If you’re not sure what your dream is, you can simple write, I’m searching.”]
Enter your dream here...
My life Role: Student
Long and Short-Term Goals
Here you will list your long and short-term goals as a student. Remember to apply the DAPPS rule, making sure that each long-and short-term goal is dated, achievable, personal, positive, and specific. With this in mind, you may need to revise the Desired Outcomes that you transfer here from Journal Entry 8.
If you wish, repeat this process for one or more of your other life roles: employee, parent, athlete, and so on. The more roles you plan, the more complete your vision of life will be. Taken together, these pages map your route to a rich, personally fulfilling life.
At this time you don’t have to know how to achieve your goals and dreams, so don’t even think about the method. All you need to know is what you want. In the following chapters, you’ll learn dozens of powerful strategies for turning you life plan into reality. For now, keep your eye on your destination!
My Long-Term Goals in This Role: [These are the outcomes you plan to achieve as a student in the next two to ten years, or even longer if necessary.]
Enter your short-term goals here...
My Short-Term Goals in This Role: [These are the outcomes you plan to...