Are you happy with your life?
Come on. Be honest.
Are you really happy with your life?
Keeping in mind that happiness is a choice and that you can choose to be happy anywhere and any time, if you’re honest with yourself, you know that you always have more room to grow. You always have more potential. Unlimited potential.
You have more to live up to, and it helps to have a vision for how you want your life to be. A written vision. That’s what the LifeBook Online program is all about. It’s by Jon Butcher and Missy Butcher, and it’s available at MindValley.
If you’re wondering how to design your life, then stay tuned as I give you my review of LifeBook Online.
Include All Areas of Your Life in Your Written Vision
LifeBook Online is a 6 week program. You’ll get steps to follow each week, videos, audios, templates, a private FaceBook group, and weekly calls. In other words, you get a lot of support for writing your vision for your life.
And you get the option to have LifeBook Online for free. Granted, you have to pay for it first and then create your own LifeBook, and then follow the directions for getting your refund after the end of the 6 week program. But the refund is available.
The reason for the refund being available is so that you have an incentive to finish the program.
And if you don’t take any action on getting the refund, then you’ll automatically get the next program, LifeBook Mastery, for free. LifeBook Online is about creating your written vision for your life. LifeBook Mastery is about turning your vision into reality. It’s about creating your plan to achieve your vision.
In LifeBook, each area of your life is referred to as a category. The categories are as follows: Health and Fitness; Intellectual Life; Emotional Life; Character; Spiritual Life; Romantic Relationship; Parenting; Social Life; Financial Life; Career; Quality of Life; Life Vision; and Sex Life. The Life Vision category is a summary of your vision for all the other categories
Each week of the LifeBook Online program covers 2 categories. You’ll start with Health and Fitness, and Intellectual Life in Week 1, and you’ll keep working your way through 2 categories per week until you get to Quality of Life and Life Vision in Week 6.
The category of Sex Life, otherwise known as Category 13, is covered in the LifeBook Mastery program.
To give you an idea of the power of writing out your vision for your life, I invite you right now to write or type your vision, starting with your dream home and going all the way through to your life vision.
Use wording in present tense as if what you dream of has already arrived. And use positive wording.
If I include a link to a template that you can use for putting your vision for your life in writing, then I’ll update this post.
UPDATE: Here is the template that you can download and use to put your vision for your life in writing. No sign up required.
Your Dream Home
Describe your dream home. What is it like? Where is it located?
How many rooms does it have? What is each room like?
Get really focused here, and think of what it’s like to be so happy about where you live.
Your Ideal Day
Think of what your ideal day is like. Pick a day 5 or 10 years in the future, and imagine that you’ve achieved your vision. You’ve made it real. How does that feel?
From when you wake up to when you go to sleep, what are you up to during the day? Be as detailed as you’d like.
Where do you go? What do you see? What do you do?
You’re living your dream now.
Your Health and Fitness
You’ve got your health and fitness handled. Describe what you eat and drink. Describe what you do for exercise.
You take great care of yourself. What does that involve?
You are a picture of perfect health, and you enjoy doing what it takes to treat yourself right.
Your Intellectual Life
You’re having fun learning. What topics interest you the most?
What methods do you prefer for learning? Online? In person? Books? Audios? Videos?
What skills do you want to learn? List them out, and tell a story about your learning journey.
Your Emotional Life
You’re in control here. You’ve mastered your emotions.
What does that look like? What positive emotions do you experience the most?
What practices do you have that help you continue to master your emotions? How has that transformed your life?
Others can count on you, and you can count on yourself. You’ve started with self-discipline, and everything else fell into place. Like putting together the pieces of a puzzle, you’re putting together the pieces of your life. You’re forming such a rich and rewarding picture of who you really are.
Your character is who you are. Besides self-discipline, what other positive character traits have you got?
You’re happy. You’re forgiving. You’re honest. What else?
Who are you really?
Your Spiritual Life
You’re aware that there is more to life than only what you can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell. You embrace the wider reality beyond physical life. You are a spiritual being.
What is your spirituality like for you? Do you meditate? Do you pray?
Do you say “Thank you” each day? Are you grateful?
What are your beliefs, and how have they helped liberate you? How has your spirituality added to your positivity?
Your Romantic Relationship
If you choose to be single, that’s okay. You can still come up with something for this category. LifeBook Online does offer some suggestions for what to put here in that case.
If you’re in a romantic relationship or you want to be in one, what is your relationship like? Describe how you are with your partner. Describe your partner. And describe how your partner is with you.
What do you do together? What do you talk about? What do you agree on? How do you fight for each other, instead of against each other?
Get creative here, and be as detailed as you’d like.
Your Sex Life
If you’re celibate by choice, that’s okay, too. Perhaps you can skip this category.
If you want sex in your life or already have sex in your life, have a lot of fun here as you describe some details about that.
How often do you have sex? Where do you have sex? What do you do during, before, and after sex?
If you’re like me and you’re child-free by choice for your entire life, then you can simply respect children and apply lessons that you learn from them such as unconditional love, playfulness, and being happy for no reason.
Or you might dedicate your life to making the world a safer place for children. Maybe you’re aware of the unimaginable horrors that many millions of children face every single year all over the world. Once you know what they experience, it’s impossible to forget. What I went through is extremely mild in comparison. There is hope for the children, but only if enough of us rise up to protect them. Will you be one of their protectors?
If you have children or you want to have children, there are, of course, multiple ways in which you can be a parent. You could have biological children or stepchildren or adopted children or foster children.
It’s an extremely common thing, it seems, for people to only want to have biological children. If people are only focused on having biological children, then who’s going to take care of all those other children?
In this category, you can describe your parenting style, what your children are like, how many children you have, where you travel as a family, what you do together, and whatever else you’d like to include.
Your Social Life
Here is where you talk about your family and your friends. What activities do you do together? What do you talk about? What do you have in common?
Where do you travel together? How often do you get together?
How do you help them? How do they help you?
Describe what the people in your social circle are like. They lift you up and support you. And you lift them up and support them. You all help each other.
Your Financial Life
Ah, finances. Even billionaires say that they want more money. How much is enough for you?
What do you invest in? What is your daily income? Your weekly income? Your monthly income? Your annual income?
How much do you donate? What are your favorite causes to contribute to?
What else do you use your money for? What amounts do you allocate for your needs and desires?
What do you buy with your money? What lasting value do you create? What experiences do you have?
What sparks joy for you in terms of what you would gladly do even if you didn’t get paid to do it?
What work brings you so much energy, so much happiness that you’re grateful to be alive?
You see the impact that you’re making, and it energizes you. Describe what that work is.
Your Quality of Life
What do you do for fun? How much time do you have off from work? What do you do during your time off?
You’re so happy. What do you do to express your happiness? What are some adventures that you have?
What have you dreamed of doing? What would be the most fun for you to experience?
Your Life Vision
As you’ve gone through these previous sections, you’ve been writing out or typing out your life vision.
And it’s better to have it in writing than to keep it stuck in your head.
You’ve probably noticed that the categories overlap with each other. Each one affects another.
With this exercise, you’ve gotten to experience what it’s like to go through the LifeBook Online program. The summary of all the categories, your Life Vision, could be 1 or 2 pages or however long you’d like.
I recommend LifeBook Online. You get a lot of support for creating your written vision for your life. Again, that support includes: steps to follow each week, videos, audios, templates, a private FaceBook group, and weekly calls.
And if you do LifeBook Online, then you qualify for LifeBook Mastery. Once you’ve got your vision written out, you’d like to know how to turn it into reality. LifeBook Mastery covers that.
I enjoyed doing LifeBook Online, and I’ve enjoyed what I’ve experienced so far in LifeBook Mastery. You get a lot more in both programs than I’ve covered here. And you get both of them for the price of one. How cool is that?
Start your LifeBook journey with LifeBook Online.
I’m not an affiliate for MindValley or for LifeBook. I recommend LifeBook because I enjoyed it and I got value from it. I think you will, too.
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