My Intentional Life Journey: Component No. 3 ~ My Life Journey

How exciting!  You have made it to Component No. 3 and are getting prepared to start creating the best life for you and your family!   Let’s talk about what it will take to get your journey started . . .

Component No. 3 will take you through The My Life Journey Worksheet – our foundation for creating a life of intention.  I will explain each section of the worksheet for you in seven phases.  When your foundation is complete, we move on to building goals in Component No. 4.  These two components can be challenging to get through, but well worth the time and energy you put into it.  If you choose only a few components of this program to bring into your life, I hope that these two components make the cut, because they provide you so much value.  🙂

I imagine that you know in order to grow; you have to work at it.  Like building muscles, you have to stretch yourself to tear through what is already developed to generate new strength.  Living intentionally is no exception.  Through this process, you and your family will need to test yourselves, create new ways of thinking, and make an investment in yourselves to create the life you desire.  Together you will confront fears and take ownership.  You may find yourself reflecting on things you are not proud of and regret.  But, all the discomfort will fade away as you find faith in a new way of living.

“Be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Gandhi

Here is a link to the My Life Journey Worksheet.  Take some time reviewing it and get your thoughts flowing around what you see.  I’ll explain how to fill out page 1 in my Phase 1 post.

Until then, I’ll leave you with a quote that is on our living room wall, where it can be seen frequently as a gentle reminder.  Wishing you a blessed journey!  ~Angie

QuestionAre you ready to take the journey?

*** This post is just one in a series of many covering the aspects of the My Life Journey Program.  To learn more about the program, click here. ***


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