Free eBook: Creating Your Personal Life Plan

Want to create a life plan? This FREE 90-page e-book will tell you how. Creating Your Personal Life Plan is basically a step by step guide for designing the life you want.

“Creating Your Personal Life Plan” is a wonderful high-quality ebook by leadership expert Michael Hyatt, chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers. Hyatt notes, “Most people spend more time planning a one-week vacation than they spend planning their life.” And it’s true, most of us don’t plan for life; we just react to things that come at us daily.

To get this free ebook, visit Michael’s siteand subscribe to his e-newsletter, then you can download the ebook instantly.

Creating Your Personal Life Plan includes:

  1. A visualization exercise that will give you enormous clarity on what matters most.
  2. A five-step program for identifying where you are NOW, and how to get from here to where you want to be.
  3. A weekly and quarterly process for keeping your life on-plan and moving in the direction of your highest priorities.
  4. Two planning templates, a Word document and a separate Excel document, that will make it easier for you to create your plan and keep it up-to-date.

Hyatt’s life plan is divided into 8 sections, in the following order:

1. God
2. Self
3. Spouse
4. Children
5. Friends
6. Career
7. Finances
8. Ministry

Here’s an excerpt:

If you are a Christian, God obviously comes first. Jesus said, “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you” (Matthew 6:33). He is the ultimate priority. Until He is first, everything else will seem out of kilter. On a practical level, I read the Bible first thing each morning. I want to get a divine perspective on life. I also pray in the morning, either while exercising or on my commute to work. In addition, I pray before meals, and various points throughout the day, and right before I go to bed. Sometimes, it’s formal; sometimes it’s not.

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