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Focus on what your perfect day looks like without any added extras or surprises and write it down.
Create a detailed list of what an average day looks like, step by step. This could include:
And so on, be specific. Create a day you will never get bored of, that you could happily repeat five or seven days a week. Create an ‘Average Perfect Day’ for your school day and for your weekend days. What you’ll begin to see clearly are little habits you can start actioning straight away to get you closer to your idea of a perfectly average day.
Focus on what you want life to look like one year from now and write it down. Be as specific as you can be and do not hold your mind back. Even if it seems impossible right now, write it down. It can be really rewarding to share your ideas with someone you trust, who will also challenge you to consider things outside of your comfort zone. Some of the key areas to think about when completing this exercise are:
Once you’ve created what one year from now looks like for you, start thinking about the steps required to achieve those things. Be reasonable and don’t try and commit to achieving everything at once. Pick one or two achievable and measurable goals for each area and build a goalsetting plan for each. Include a rough timeline of when you’d like to achieve that by so you can keep yourself accountable. Make sure your write it down somewhere you can easily refer to it.
The visualization you create a physical representation of your dreams in a creative way. You can do this with a drawing, painting, collage, or digital art. It serves as a manifestation of your goals and intensifies the work you put into visualizing them in your mind. Even just a symbol is enough.
A few tips on getting started: