How does your family fit into your life goals?

 How does your family fit into your life goals?

As a life coach, this opens up an interesting area. We tend to separate life goals and family, life goals fit into the business realm. Yet, for those who have spouses and kids, what would life be like without family. We strategically plan our businesses, our career paths, our education or training needs, and we don’t think about how family fits into it, at least not as much as we should. When the new job requires a move then we think about family.

A life plan looks at five domains of our lives: personal, vocation, faith, community and family. Often, the domains overlap like faith and community. And while each domain is important, they are never in isolation. Your personal life is affected by your vocation, your faith, your family and the community/ies you are a part of, and so on.

Can I ask you, when was the last time you looked at how your family fits into your overall goals?
Let me guide you toward a preferred future that will maximize your potential. If I can help you,
I would love to talk with you about your LifePlan, let’s connect! 

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Here are the books for this week:

Predictable Revenue by Aaron Ross (watch on Monday-Tuesday)
This book contains the exact sales process Aaron Ross used to grow the outbound sales process at Salesforce.com from $0 to over $100 million in annual revenue in less than 3 years.
If you need to generate more revenue right now, this is a good place to start.

Exponential Organizations by Salim Ismail (watch on Wednesday-Thursday)
Salim Ismail wrote the book Exponential Organizations to teach us how companies whose impact is at least 10x larger than their peers and how their thinking is different than most others.
Angel investor David S. Rose once said, “Any company designed for success in the 20th century is doomed to failure in the 21st.”
This is your roadmap towards preparing your business for what’s to come.

Grit by Angela Duckworth (watch on Friday-Sunday)
When we see the world’s most successful people in any domain, it’s easy to assume that they were blessed with some otherworldly talent that is out of reach for the rest of us.
In the book Grit, Angela Duckworth makes the case that the difference is a combination of passion and perseverance or, as she calls it, grit.

Every week I will provide you some more information on what a life plan is and how you can check out this incredible opportunity – thanks for your visit!

Bob

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