Do You Need a LifePlan?

April 9, 2015


You may need a LifePlan if any of the following statements describes you and your current situation.

“I’m stuck, in a rut.”

“I have no life. I’m burned out–exhausted.”

“No one really values or appreciates me. My boss doesn’t have a clue of all I’m capable of.”

“I don’t feel especially needed– not at work, not by my teenage and grown children, not by my neighbors and community, not by my spouse–except to pay the bills.”

“I’m frustrated and discouraged.”

“I’m not just making enough to make ends meet. I never seem to get ahead.”

“Maybe I just don’t have what it takes.”

“I’m not making a difference.”

“I feel empty inside. My life lacks meaning; something’s missing.”

“I’m angry. I’m scared. I can’t afford to lose my job.”

“I’m lonely.”

“I’m stressed out; everything’s urgent.”

“I’m micromanaged and suffocating.”

“I’m sick of all the backstabbing politics and kissing up.”

“I’m bored–just putting in my time. Most of my satisfactions come off the job.”

“I’m beat up to get the numbers. The pressure to produce is unbelievable. I simply don’t have the time or resources to do it all.”

“With a spouse who doesn’t understand and kids who don’t listen or obey, home is no better than work.”

“I can’t change things.”

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I look forward to serving you and helping you to gain clarity for your life.


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