Published on March 13, 2009
The 3-Year Life Plan Shaping your life around your values
Time to make a choice? How do I want my life to look Am I using all like in 1, 3, 5 of my years from potential? now? Which direction How do I should I take? get more fulfillment?
Questions… questions At some point, we all face similar questions. In most cases, it is more about missing something than being unhappy. Very often, the most difficult part is to identify what is missing and how to change this.
Our 4-step approach To answer those questions and many more, we will guide you over 4 steps that will help you shape your future and help you get a fulfilled life. Step 1: Identify your special talents and the values that make you the unique individual that you are. Step 2: Assess your current level of satisfaction. Step 3: Analyze the situation and determine the actions for improvement. Step 4: Follow-up and final choices.
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Talents & Values You will find out your unique talents You will select your top 5 values You will drive this interactive process
Talents & Values Feedback from trusted third parties are an essential part of this exercise Friends YOU Family Colleagues
Assessment of current situation Review of the current level of fulfillment – For each value – For each talent Use of a score system allowing immediate visualization of areas of improvement 5 4 3 2 1
Defining the actions From the score chart: Areas of improvement Mapping of needs, wants and haves Charting the way to improvement
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Implementing the actions Listing of objectives, following the SMART approach – Specific – Measurable – Ambitious – Realistic – Time-bound Naming a “sponsor” for each objective
Getting started Just a little bit more help for clarity and you will be on your way!
Follow-up & conclusion To happen between 1 and 2 months after finalization of the plan. Review of the start-up of objectives defined in the plan. Review of possible modification of the implementation process. Evaluation of further needs.
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