Thanks for joining Life’s Battle Plan!

Oh, my goodness! You’ve made that one small-but-significant step to change your life by embarking on Life’s Battle Plan. Welcome! πŸ™ŒπŸ» πŸŽ‰ πŸ₯‚

What to expect from this experience:

I thought it would be helpful to give you the details right here so that you didn’t feel left out – or worse, like you’re waiting for something that might not come. So here’s the run-down, and then I’ll send you Day 1 as the Welcome email.

Day 1 sets the perspective for the course. Start it right away – all you need is a notebook or a pad of paper.

To get the most out of this introduction series,

commit to a regular schedule. Do this right now: Block  time off and set an alert on it so that you do the homework for Day 1 and Day 2. That could be half an hour every morning, or two to three sessions a week after work. You should have this homework done in four sessions.

Aside from dedication to a schedule and determination to be honest with yourself, all you need is a notebook or journal and a pencil for the drafting process.

Even if you only dip into the topic (and make a few scribbles) before the end of the day, it’s worthwhile to be able to “sleep on it” and come back to it with new insights. Much of our thoughts and feelings about what we do is from subconscious processing.

After Day 1 and Day 2, unless you’ve already purchased the Workbook (wait 3 days for Day 3), you’ll get an exit-automation email that will tell you what to expect if you were take the full email course by buying the workbook.

Life’s Battle Plan is available in the Shop as a fillable PDF workbook. That way, this email course is your prep for it. When it comes to the PDF, I advise people to print it, work by hand, and then transcribe the results back to the PDF β€” for future reviews and revisions on a computer.

Remember, writing things by handΒ isΒ powerful stuff! So go check your email for Day 1, find yourself a notebook, and start.

I’m glad you’re here, and I hope we can make quick work of creating your life mission, vision and a set of domains in which you want to achieve or fulfill. And then send you on your way with clarity, confidence, and good faith.

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