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A Life Plan is a short written document, usually five to fifteen pages long that you can read with ease on a daily or weekly basis. In Jewish parlance it is called a cheshbon henefesh, a spiritual accounting that articulates your purpose in life and clearly defined goals that you are committed to strive for.
It is created by you and for you. It describes how you want to be remembered and articulates your personal priorities. It also provides the specific actions necessary to take you from where you are to where you want to be in every major area of your life.
Ask yourself these three powerful questions and write down your answers:
How do I want to be remembered?
What matters most?
How can I get from here to where I want to be?
Your life will be different. You will attain clarity – knowing where you want to end up and the action steps you need to take to get there. Courageously say yes to what is truly important and live your life with focus and passion.
This #AishUK spoken work by Rabbi Moshe Freidman asks whether you are a circle or a line and why it even matters?