One of the biggest stressors in an otherwise fortunate life is to not be living the life you want. It may sound like your life is great, but unless it reflects your idea of what’s important, it may not feel fulfilling to you.
But how can you identify your unique priorities? There are so many things to think about and so many things you find important in life, you may not even know where to start.
In order to make identifying your priorities feel less overwhelming, I invite you to consider the main categories of your life:
- Work & Mission
- Relaxing & Fun
- Purpose & Fulfillment
What is important to you in each category? What would you like to add in (some of) these categories to make them feel more in alignment with how you’d like to live your life?
What responsibilities are you carrying in (some of) these categories that do not feel authentic to you? Are you able to spend less time on those, delegate them to someone else, or simply not do them? What can you remove from your life, so you can have more time and energy for what matters to you?
Note: These 10 main categories of life are loosely based on Brendon Burchard‘s work, but the ones listed here have been adapted by me.