Tuesday, April 29, 2014

You Need these 6 Steps to be a Life Planner Achiever

The problem in goal achievement generally comes from focusing on only one area of life. Many business owners and entrepreneurs while succeeding in their financial life, fail to find joy and balance in their family, spirituality and health. Others focus on their emotional issues forgetting everything else.

You may be striving to be balanced as a total person, not just one who excels in one area of your life. One of the most important words in all languages is balance. If you have balance, you have everything. You don't want to achieve one thing and lose everything else. You can have it all, so program each area of your life to create balance. Setting goals with equal proportional balance is the key so that you do not steal from one part of your life to fulfill another.

So we created this simple process of Life Planner Achiever to help you achieving your goals, organizing your life, melting negative programming, while focusing on self-evolution, balance and self-worth.
Life Planner Achiever
The Easy way to Become a Life Planner Achiever

Watch the Video at the end of the article !

Here are the 6 steps you can use to go from where you are right now to where you want to be:


Write just one goal you consider to be out of reach or difficult to achieve for each of the following categories:

1. Health Goal (physical well-being, General Health, Physical skill)
2. Relationship Goal (Friends, Family, Love, Social)
3. Financial Goal (Only about the money)

4. Career Goal or “How you want to spend your time” Goal (something you love to do, the business you wish to create)

5. Spiritual Goal (Enlightenment, better connection, The Universe, Love Energy, Spiritual Leader )

6. Emotional Goal (how you want to feel most of the time)


Rewrite your goals using the following six Checks (PHULER):

1. Positivity Check: Focus on what you want, not on avoiding what you don’t want. Remove all negative words and connotations (Example: quit, eliminate, not to  ...)

2. Harmony Check: See if any goal conflict with the other ones. Is there any negative consequence for you or others? Is there any problem created by your goal? Flush out bad associations and make it a win/win goal, for the highest good of all.

3. Unity Check: Your goal is about one area, one action, one step. Avoid additions and making associations or connections with other goals.

4. Language Check: Use action and process verbs in “ing” form. Remove words like “ I am” or “I want”. And avoid comparison: realize that you are not in competition with anyone. Add presuppositions to describe how the process will unfold (easily, naturally, automatically, brilliantly, lovingly …)

5. Evidence Check: Establish Evidence Procedures by answering these questions: How will your life change? What will happen when you achieve this goal? And how do you know?

6. Responsibility Check: You are the only one to be accountable for the goal, the only one who initiate the goal, maintain it, and find finish it. It’s all from you and about you. Relying on others in any step will let you struggling with failure.


For all the 6 big goals, start from where you are at right now, all the way up to your big goal:

1. Define your starting point: Write it down by only using positive language. To do so, you can write an observable fact in respects to each one of your goals, OR a decision or commitment your have made to improve. Avoid using any negative references.

2. Write down your Big Goal at the top of a page and your Starting Points at the bottom of the page.

3. Examine the difference between where you are and where you will be.

4. Establish 6 significant stations or sub-goals that you believe you are likely pass along the way as you achieve your goal. Work backwards form your Big Goal to your Starting Point to identify the 6 unavoidable steps in your journey.

5. Correct the 6 sub-goals with the 6 Checks used above (PHULER)

6. Give yourself a gift every time you achieve a success. It’s up to you to choose when to do so. Reward yourself so you can beat challenges and you will see how easier your life will be.


1. Split up the road between the Starting Point and the 1st sub-goal into 6 easy and simple steps, using the 6 Checks. Write 6 steps also between the 1st and the 2nd sub-goal.

2. Split up the road between the 2nd sub-goal and the 3rd sub-goal into 4 easy and simple steps, using the 6 Checks. Write 4 steps also between the 3rd and the 4th sub-goal.

3. Split up the road between the 4th sub-goal and the 5th sub-goal into 3 easy and simple steps, using the 6 Checks. Write 3 steps also between the 5th and the 6th sub-goal.

4. Split up the road between the 6th sub-goal and the Big Goal into by adding 2 easy and simple steps, using the 6 Checks.

5. Take the “Believability Test”: After you prepare your step ask yourself on a scale of 0-10 (10 being the most believable) “How do I rate my feeling about this statement?” If your answer is 8 or below, then you need to rephrase it. Make the step big enough to be exciting, but small enough to be realistic.

6. Write down your final map for each Big Goal on 6 separate Life Planner Journals: For the first page in each journal write the sub-goals between the Starting Point and the Big Goal, and in the next page write the steps in sequence between Starting Point and 1st sub-goal. Do the same for the next 6 pages, writing the steps between the next sub-goals.


1. Choose a specific day in the week for each Big Goal. You will work on that goal the same day each week. And you will have a day on the week with no goal to work on it, so you can review and correct the steps on your journey.

2.  When you wake up in the morning start by your day by the programming process. Avoid interacting with people or doing anything else- unless it’s urgent - before doing the Programming Process.

3. Begin by balancing the hemispheres of the brain by doing this short and simple exercise: Use any small soft ball (example: tennis ball). Start with it in your right hand, throw it in the air, and catch it with your left hand. And as you throw it in the air, follow the path the ball makes (the arc) with your eyes. And then from the left hand to the right hand. Give it a gentle squeeze when it land to the opposite hand. Do the exercise for just 15 to 30 seconds, that’s all that is required to connect the right side to the left side of your brain and help embed your goals deeper into your mind.

4. Open your journal for that specific day, and go to the Life Planner Audio and listen.

5. As you listen, write your Big Goal at the top of the page in your Life Planner Journal, then write the sub-goal you are aiming (the 1st in the beginning).

6. Next, write down your actual step you want to achieve or do, 15 to 21 times, while listening to the Life Planner Audio, for just 10 to 15 minutes. The following week when you are back to that specific day again, if you didn’t achieve this step, you’re going to write your step 15 to 21 times. Keep writing the step each week until you achieve it. Do it the best of your ability and how you like it.


1. After you have finished all your activities of the day and you are ready to sleep, open your journals and check every sub-goal or step you have achieved.

2. Take a separate and specific notebook or diary, and regardless of which goal you are working on that day, answer this question: What positive action did I take today that bring me closer to my goals? Write a minimum of 2 items. It can be general: about one or all your goals.

3. Then on the same diary answer this question: What positive action can I take tomorrow to bring me closer to my goals? Write a minimum of 2 items. It can be general: about one or all your goals.

4. Write a couple of items to this question: What am I grateful for? Look for things or people in your day helping you to succeed in your goal or you are thankful for in general.

5. Define obstacles, roadblocks and problems that arise in your journey. Don’t gloss or deny them.  Recognize them, but don’t focus on them. Instead, look how you can transform those obstacles and see them as opportunities for your personal development. Ask “how can I solve it” questions instead of “why that happens to me” questions. Spend 20% of your time on the problem, and 80% on the solution.
6. Along the day, make note of things or people that you can be grateful for in each situation.

I hope you understand how to go through Life Planner Achiever (LPA).
Each day in the week, do the Programming Process in the morning, then the Gratitude Process before you go to bed. After preparing your Life Planner Maps, you only need to spend 10-15 minutes each morning and 10-15 each evening. 

In the 7th day see how you can adjust you steps. Or you can make it your rest day. And be pleasantly surprise as the results begin to come in.

I will be thankful for everyone that left me a comment and help me make this program effective. What you can do for me is succeed, achieve your goal, make your life a win, be happy, and make the world a better place. Feel free to ask your question, leave a comment share the Life Planner Achiever with others and the people you care about.