Most of my clients are 60plus, like myself, and being at the same stage in life means that we have a lot in common, like similar life experiences and shared interests and ideas.
The most important interest we share is our determination to enjoy life at 60plus – and to live it intentionally.
Living intentionally – What does that mean?
Basically, to live intentionally means that we deliberately decide how we want to live our life. And then we act on that.
We don’t let life just happen to us and purely react to its circumstances and challenges.
Instead, we actively define what’s important to us and how we want to experience and live our life.
We proactively make any necessary changes, even if that doesn’t feel very comfortable.
And we get ourselves well prepared for the challenges and opportunities the future might bring along.
Specifically, living intentionally means that we get good at thinking and acting intentionally.
It means that we actively
Manage our mind
We get clear on what’s going on in our mind, what truly matters to us, what we are thinking and feeling about our current life and about the future.
We deliberately decide what we want to have in our life, and what we need to think, feel, and do to create what we want.
And then we take action and practice the new ways of thinking, feeling, and doing.
Organise our life
We let go of what belongs to the past and no longer serves us.
This refers to our daily life and to all areas of life:
Step-by-step, we declutter our home and our physical ‘stuff’, our paperwork and digital information. We also clear up our schedules, our relationships and responsibilities, our habits, and our daily routines.
We simplify and organise what we want to keep.
We apply strategies, tactics, and tools that help us do the work in a focused and efficient way. We also take care that everything we do is 100% aligned with our unique personalities and lifestyles.
We optimise how we organise our physical belongings, our paperwork and personal information, but also our ideas and interests, tasks, and projects, our dreams and goals.
Organising means that we take a close look at what we decided to keep, we sort it into categories, and then we assign a place to everything – so that we always know what we have and where we can find it when we need it.
Living an intentional and organised life looks different for each of us, of course.
Each of my clients has very personal and unique goals and ideas about what they want to achieve and why they want that. >READ MORE>
What about you?
Are you living your life intentionally?
And if yes, what does that mean to you? What does it look like in your daily life?
CAN I HELP YOU?
Are you tired of trying to declutter and (re)organise the various areas of your life (and your mind) completely on your own?
Do you want to make progress – easier and faster?
Do you want my support & advice?