Creating a Vision Plan for your Life


A question we should be asking ourselves on a daily basis. What type of vision are you going to create for your life? So what exactly do I mean with all this vision and planning talk…

If you had to paint a picture of your life, what exactly would it look like? Where would you live? What type of lifestyle would you have? Would you travel a lot, or would you stay put most of the time? Would you get married? Would you have kids? These are just a few questions to ask yourself when discussing vision and the life you wish to create for yourself and the people around you. A question I ask myself on a daily basis is, “How can I impact people in my daily life?” Even it’s smallest little gesture possible…..

Many people waltz through life never really asking these important questions to themselves. We take jobs/careers never asking ourselves why we are doing them in the first place. You hear answers such as, well I make a lot of money, and I am secure with what I am doing now. Or, well my parents wanted me to this so I thought it was the right thing to do. I love this one, “I know ultimately what I want to do, but I am afraid I will fail and will get judged by others.” This always troubled me growing up and hearing this answer from people around. I get it, I am a realist, and at the end of the day as a human you need to make money to support yourself and those around you. But, why not try to do something that you’ve always wanted to do.

The big issue is that when you tell yourself in your head that you’re going to fail at something before you even attempted to do it, you already failed. Go into something with an open mind. The hardest step for most people is just simply taking action, and sticking with it. The most successful people in this world had a dream, decided to take action, and disciplined themselves in creating the vision they envision.

30 comments on “Creating a Vision Plan for your Life”

  1. Thanks for the follow, William. Appreciated. It’s good to make a Life Plan at an early age – it can always be changed as life throws a different spin on things. I’m about to embark on my first life plan – at nearly 64! I’m using Michael Hyatt’s book ‘Living Forward’ as my guide. Will make these last years (hopefully decades) count.

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  3. Very well-written post. I think having a plan for your life is good as long as it is flexible. Things don’t always work out the way we envision!

  4. Nice post. I think this is a big one, “I know ultimately what I want to do, but I am afraid I will fail and will get judged by others.”. Facing judgement from friends, family or society is hard but believing in yourself is what matters.

  5. A good post a plan is good if it allows for change as life is want to do…I know mine does…Thank you for the follow and good luck with your plan 🙂

  6. Planning your life is important and how to accomplish those goals will force us to organize them and also to prioritize them and put them in perspective because no one wants to waste time working on something that is not important. Great article, thanks for sharing.

  7. Well? You are 24. I am almost 80. Plan for my life? I thought I had it all planned at the age of 17. Finish my education. Learn 7 languages. Make lots of money to help my mom and all underdogs. Fly all over the world. No marriage. Perhaps adopt a child at the age of 30. Ha! the day after my H.S. graduation? The whole castle began to crumble. …

    What now after a horrible life of failure? The perfect plan of my life was written even before I was born. It all hinges on RESPECT for the Highest Authority of the ONE Creator over the whole creation.

    Glad for your follow. I’m doing likewise. This Creator of ours is now lifting Himself up in each one of us one by one. The latest followers of my blog confirms this matter. That’s why I’m reciprocating your follow.

    Much love, thiaBasilia.

    1. I agree, thanks for reading. I think plans don’t always turn out how you want them too, but creating a vision of what type of life you want to live and who you want to affect I think is important.

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