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Monday, February 6, 2012

You - The Architect of Your Future

As the architect of your future, you have the right to design your life the way you choose. Before an architect designs a house, he must first decide the style of the house or know the style that the owner wants for his house.

When this decision is made, the architect then proceeds to create a draft of the house, tweaking it until it comes to perfection before the blueprint goes to the builder to commence building.

Do you have a direction for your life? Do you know what you want your life to look like? Do you have a purpose?

We are all here to carry out our special purpose here on planet earth. Your talents, abilities and personality all play a vital part in carrying out your purpose. If you feel that you're here just taking up space, think again. Everything and everyone created has a unique purpose, including you. But you must decide that you will find out your purpose and choose to live according to those specifications.

How do you know what's your purpose? What are you passionate about? What do you enjoy doing, creating, listening to, talking about? Take the time to think about it or ask others close to you that will help you figure out what you're good at or what you gravitate to.

Free yourself from past failure and stop allowing that to keep you prisoner. Whatever mistakes you've made, whatever bad experiences you've had in the past that has brought you to this point of thinking that you're nothing and that you have to live according to other people's standards and blueprint of you, let it all go. Start with a clean slate.

Decide right now that you will take control of your life; that you will be the architect of your life. What would your life look like? What do you want to experience? What do you want to change? What would you start doing? What do you want to learn? Who would you be?

Take a pen and paper right now and write down all the things you'd like to do and then write down the order in which you'd do them and when you'd start.

What materials or information do you need to get you started? Gather them now or as soon as possible.

Work on your plan every day until you realize each goal. Review you blueprint frequently. A builder will constantly refer back to the blueprint to ensure that he stays on track with the specifications of the architectural design.

If you encounter obstacles along the way, it is not necessary that you ditch your plan, just find another way to work around it to give you the results you want, adjusting your timeline if necessary.

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