Everyone has a personal theory about life. Although many don’t know what it is. They’re not aware of their personal theory and how it sabotages them. Or how it creates success. Many clients come to me anxious, overwhelmed and miserable. Life feels beyond their control. But it isn’t. Feeling out of control is an indication that we need to take more control.
You can take back control by articulating a comprehensive personal theory about life: who you are, your purpose and potential. Your personal theory of life influences the circumstances in your life and how well you manage it. It influences your thoughts, words, feelings and actions. Realising your personal theory of life can help you to answer the big questions.
- Who am I?
- Why was I born?
- What is the meaning of life?
- Is there more meaning to life than this?
- What am I meant to do with my life?
- What is my purpose?
- Do I have a purpose?
- What is my potential?
- Do I have potential?
- How do I realise my potential?
When you realise your personal theory of life, you put yourself back in the driver’s seat. In charge. As the author of your life. When you can articulate a comprehensive personal theory about life you will not only be back in control, but you will be able to identify your purpose and who you are. So you can clarify your highest potential.
By articulating a comprehensive personal theory about life you will gain access to an unlimited source of personal information that you can call on for the rest of your life.
So that you can:
- realise who you are
- realise why you were born
- realise the meaning of life
- realise what you can do with your life
- realise your purpose
- realise your potential
- design your life to reflect your truth
I like to think that I don’t tell others what to do and most of the time that’s true. But not if I feel it can be of some help. So here it is. This is what you need to do:
You need to realise your personal theory about life and how it affects your success and failure. You need to find out who you are. You need to identify your purpose so that you can make the most of your life. Live it like it’s the only one you have.