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7 Steps to Get & Keep Your Life On-Track by Mind Map: 7 Steps to Get & Keep Your Life On-Track
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7 Steps to Get & Keep Your Life On-Track

Giving Back: Volunteering

Events, Seasons & Holidays

Birthdays

Valentine's Day

Easter

Mother's Day

Summer

Father's Day

Labor Day

Fall

Christmas

New Year's Eve

Graduations & Achievements

Fun Stuff

Travel, Fun & Hobbies

“Play is about activity that brings joy just for the pure sake of the doing of it. It can include organized activity or productive endeavors, but only if they are done for fun and not merit. We contend that all lives need some play, and that making sure there is some play in our day is a critical life design step. Make a quick list of how you play and then fill in your gauge—are you a quarter full, or half, or three-quarters, or really full?” Excerpt From: Bill Burnett & Dave Evans. “Designing Your Life.” iBooks. https://itun.es/us/FAiAbb.l

Trips

Photo & Video Archives

Love, Relationship & Family

“We do think that love makes the world go around, and when we don’t have any, our world isn’t as bright and alive as it could be. We also know that we have to pay attention to love, and that it arrives in a wide range of forms. Our primary relationship is where we go first for love, children typically come next, and then it’s a flood of people and pets and community and anything else that is an object of affection. And it is as critical to feel loved by others as it is to love—it has to go both ways. Where is the love flowing in your life, from you and from others? Make a list, and then fill in your gauge.” Excerpt From: Bill Burnett & Dave Evans. “Designing Your Life.” iBooks. https://itun.es/us/FAiAbb.l

Enhancing

Seeing Friends

Seeing Family

Healthy Lifestyle Choices

“When you think about health, we suggest you think about more than just a good checkup at the doctor’s. A well-designed life is supported by a healthy body, an engaged mind, and often, though not always, some form of spiritual practice. By “spiritual” we don’t necessarily mean religious. We call spiritual any practice that is based on a belief in something bigger than ourselves. Again, there is no objective perfect balance of these different areas of health, just a subjective personal sense that either “I have enough” or “Something is missing.” Even though perfect balance is not our goal, a look at this diagram can sometimes warn us that something is not right. Like an emergency light on your car’s dashboard, the diagram may serve as an indicator that it’s time to pull over and figure out what’s wrong. As an example, an entrepreneur who we know named Fred took a look at his dashboard and noticed that he had almost no entries in the health and play categories. His dashboard looked like this:” “As we said, healthy to us means being well in more than just your body; you might want to take into account your mind and spirit, too. The relative importance of each area is entirely up to you. Make a quick assessment of your health and then fill in your gauge—are you a quarter full, or half, or three-quarters, or really full? (Bill has also filled in the gauges for his dashboard as an example to reference.) ” Excerpt From: Bill Burnett & Dave Evans. “Designing Your Life.” iBooks. https://itun.es/us/FAiAbb.l

Mind

Body

Spirit

Personal, Work & Financial

“Make a list of all the ways you “work,” and then “gauge” your working life as a whole. We are assuming that there are things on your list that you are getting paid to do. This will include your nine-to-five job, and your second job if the first isn’t enough, and any consulting or advising you do, etc. If you are a regular volunteer in any organization, figure that in, too. If you are a homemaker, like Debbie, make sure you remember that raising children, providing home-cooked meals for your family, taking care of aging parents, and doing housework are all forms of “work.” ” Excerpt From: Bill Burnett & Dave Evans. “Designing Your Life.” iBooks. https://itun.es/us/FAiAbb.l

Personal Goals

Financial

Immediate To Do List

Car

Home or Apartment

Personal

Other

Points to Ponder

Mindsets - Carol Dweck

Aim

Tackle Fears

Save

Social Interaction

Initiate

Creativity

Effort

Learn

Collaboration

The Ability to Filter

Personality

Balance

Be Open Minded

Generosity

Head on to Challenges

Quotes