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Life Planning

Life Planning

A Life Plan is a document that helps people answer questions about their life and goals. It outlines steps to achieve those goals, as well as answers some specific questions they may have regarding their lives.

The first step is for people to think about the end of life and legacy that they leave behind; then they should write down their plans by prioritizing each goal with importance and urgency.

When formulating your Life Plan ask three important questions:

  • How Do I want to be remembered?
  • What matters the most?
  • How can I get from here to where I want to be?


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