Tell Your Life Story Through Various Filters
- Making Sense of your past and present; and
- designing your future (Hack Your Life) (I'm a Life Stylist!) (Fake It Til You Make It)
Here are some ways of triggering some self-examination:
- Pick a page named on the Meaningful Life Roadmap and fill it out. Do this over the course of 2-3 days, with at least one "session" of 20min to chew on it. Does this inspire you to pick another page from Meaningful Life Roadmap to create?
- Try out a Self Improvement system. We already covered Getting Things Done briefly. Some others:
- meta: To Be Or To Do?
- Principle Centered Living: Stephen Covey (SevenHabits) (First Things First)
- Archetype Based Living (Steve Pavlina)
- Worldview Based Living (Steve Pavlina)
- Area Balanced Living
- Personal Kanban
- Michael Linenberger's Master Your Now/MYN, 1MTD, Total Workday Control http://www.michaellinenberger.com/1MTDvsMYN.html (I have his book)
- Kevin Crenshaw's TRO/Total Relaxed Organization http://www.priacta.com/troblog/2009/08/01/training/tro-vs-total-workday-control-vs-gtd/
- Lion Kimbro's How To Make A Complete Map Of Every Thought You Think
- Marcus Buckingham's Truth About You, Strengths Finder
- Take a Personality Test. Just remember - they're all just Model-s, not reality.
- Add a personal-reflection piece to your Daily Review, include it in your Weekly Log page. Looks for Patterns.
- It's fine to change frameworks and goals and habits periodically, esp if you do so via a process of Reflective Thought. I call this Intervention Roulette.
Along the way:
- Don't forget to use Smashed Together Words!
- Notice Patterns And Garden Your Private Wiki Notebook