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4 Tips for Designing Your Life 2020
‘Designing your life’ can be a somewhat esoteric and vague phrase, particularly if you’re young or just starting out in your profession. In layman’s terms, it’s the systematic utilization of aspects in your environment to realize long-term routines as close to your dream scenario as humanly possible.
In that spirit, we have listed several pointers serving as practical, inspirational signposts for you to consider as you design your life in 2020.
1. What is Missing in Your Day-In, Day-Out Life?
Fill in those ‘potholes’ – safely mix up your routine. Enable variety even in the simplest facets of your daily routine, i.e. different meals, commuting a different way to work, expanding your wardrobe, etc.
2. Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?
If you look too far ahead, it can be very vague and unmotivating. The key is thinking ahead a number of years, when many aspects of your life will still be relevant. Do you like what you see? What is something you have always wanted to accomplish?
If the answers to these questions aren’t immediate, consider something radical. Explore a new religious experience, plan a trip overseas, volunteer at a local charity, pursue a hobby you never thought could be a career.
Sometimes not knowing where you are going makes you wind up exactly where you belong. “Not all those who wander are lost.” – J.R.R. Tolkien
3. What is Your Greatest Fear?
Whether consciously or subconsciously placed, our greatest fears often are public enemy number one to achieving success. Carve out a space for yourself where you can ponder what these fears are specifically, and why.
Perhaps, in the spirit of (2), further down the road you can enable yourself an opportunity to face them – and win.
4. What Do You Want to See in Your World?
They say aiding others is the key to one’s own happiness and self-determination. Time has proven these words are universally true. Tackle an issue you’re passionate about. Help a stranger on the street. You’d be surprised at how much you’ll learn about yourself through interaction and reflection via other people.
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