One day of practical life planning to plan all the different aspects of our lives, and bring it all together in one big holistic life map. The workshop goes beyond mere time management to integrated life planning and mapping. It will benefit you and your company.
We take more care in planning projects, birthday parties and vacations, than planning our lives! This workshop provides you with one day of focused life planning where you do not only plan all the different aspects of our live, but also put it all together on one big holistic life map. Ask yourself: Where am I on my life journey and what do I still want to do before I die? Let's plan the remainder of your life to assure the greatest degree of happiness. Who should attend? Everybody alive! From top professionals to students ... people from all walks of life have benefited thus far. The slogan for the workshop is: If you have a life - come plan it; If you don't have a life - get one!
The take-aways from this workshop:
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Don't be alarmed by the heading, I am not going to be selling you life insurance!I recently attended a life altering workshop where for the first time I planned all the aspects of my life on a holistic life map. Basically it made me realise where I was and where I wanted to go–realistically and practically.
Do you know that we plan more for birthday parties, weddings and vacations, than we do our lives?
I believe the lost art on "how to live" can be mastered if you plan it properly. Planning your life is more than grabbing a clock, calendar, digital diary and year planner. You can do all of this and become more effective, but can be effectively doing the wrong thing. You can even start to climb the ladder of success, but run the risk of realising too late that it was standing against the wrong wall all the time.
The secret to success in life is not to have all the answers but to ask the right questions first: The following questions (taken from the Life Planning Workshop © Gustav Gous) will assist you to plan and provide a clearer direction to your life.
Question 4: With whom must I share life? My relations, life partner, business partners, colleagues, teams, etc.
Question 5: Who must I use as a model or which set of guidelines must I use to give shape to my life? My beliefs, faith and values.
Question 6: What do I still want to do before I die? My Dreams.
Question 7: How much time do I have left? My life expectancy.
Question 8: Which aspects do I have to give attention to in my wheel of life? My family, physical, social, spiritual, professional, financial, aspects of my life.
Question 9: What process of action steps must I take to fulfill my dreams in each sphere of life? My plan.
Question 10: What is my legacy going to be when I die? My legacy.