To create a five-year plan for our lives could be one of the most effective ways towards growth.
We often feel caught up with the “current”: current problems, current issues, current fears. The “current” makes us forego the important task of planning. What we tend to forget is that the “current” is only temporary.
What is useful is that we set a trajectory towards what we want, and five years of projection would be ideal. It may be an unclear plan now, but to have a hazy plan is better than to have no plan at all.
When we do this, steps are revealed to us and new doors open. Plan who you will be, five years from now. Try this today.