By Paul Gibbons
Reboot Your lifestyles is a 12-day method for reflecting on the place you're in existence, on clearing out points that do not paintings, on designing your project and imaginative and prescient, developing pursuits, and studying innovations for knowing these targets with the newest productiveness innovations. on a daily basis has a couple of minutes studying, yet then functional workouts and instruments to get you fast into motion. "Reboot" is identical method utilized by life-coaches who cost hundreds of thousands of bucks, yet after finishing the method, you'll be your personal maximum trainer.
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And lighter. And then they’re ready for lift-off. When I have a lot of unfinished business not written down is when life is most difficult. It’s as if a black cloud is following me around. I know there is a lot of “stuff” out there, but I’m not clear what it is or when that “stuff” might hit the fan. Writing it down produces instant relief. For me, worries, cares, and concerns begin to disappear when I look them squarely in the face. Long before I actually do anything about them, I feel better.
You cross them off later. Tip: Your “HAVEs” need not be selfish or materialistic. ”Make a reverse timeline. First pick areas that matter to you—health, wealth, family, career, etc. There should be seven to ten of those. Put those on the long side of a piece of paper. Now put some dates on the short side. Start twenty-five years out. Then ten, then five, four, three, two, and one. Now write what you want to see. In 1994, I did this with a friend and we said, “We want to have our own business by 2005” (we were working for “the man” at the time).
When choices present themselves, you hold them up side by side with your picture of “the good”: that picture is your vision. So why, if you already have one, write it down? Two reasons: clarity and breadth. Writing it down forces you to ask the tough questions of yourself and to make sure you cover all the important areas with the clarity they produce. To create a robust life, you need a vision in the most important areas, not just Chinese restaurants: a picture of a great career, relationship, family life, health, hobbies, and community.
Reboot Your Life: A 12-Day Program for Ending Stress, Realizing Your Goals, and Being More Productive by Paul Gibbons