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The Ultimate Step-by-step Guide to Designing your Best Life

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10 Lessons (1h 18m)
    • 1. Course Introduction - What Is This Course About?

      3:10
    • 2. Here We Go!

      4:52
    • 3. Just What Is It That You Want Do?

      8:34
    • 4. Time to Score

      10:51
    • 5. What's The Big Idea?

      13:34
    • 6. Just How Long Is A Goal?

      4:00
    • 7. Dismantle That Goal!

      5:13
    • 8. Drill It Down, Make It SMART

      12:26
    • 9. Get It In The Calendar

      10:04
    • 10. Conclusion: It's A Wrap, Let's Live The Dream

      5:22
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This course may be for you if you: 

  • Feel Distracted and Lost in Life
  • Feel 'There Must Be Something More Than This'
  • Feel You Need to Review Where Your Life Is at And Where It Is Going
  • Who Wants to Learn or Improve Planning Skills
  • Feel Unfulfilled and Need to Get That Zest for Life Back
  • Want A Meaningful Life Plan

How To Plan Your Whole Life

I recently googled "Dwayne Johnson’s morning routine" and this came up: " Dwayne Johnson reveals his 4 am workouts and early morning ... ". And I got depressed, no way am I getting up at 4 am to eat white omelet eggs and do a 2-mile run.

Most of us, if we are honest feel lost and distracted about the path our lives take. It's part of the human condition, I guess. Then we (well maybe it's just me) look at people who we believe have their whole lives sorted from waking up at 4 am to being millionaires by the age of 25, having amazing careers, and the list goes on. How I wasn't a millionaire by 25 and I am never going to be getting up at 4 am. However, what I can tell you is I have A PLAN. I really do. I know where I am heading and how I plan to get there. I will probably (and do) feel lost and distracted often. But I have a map that I go back to time and time again that helps me back on the correct path.

In this course I will share with you how I have developed this map, I’ll show you exactly what you need to do to get a sense of direction in life and start living with intention, a.k.a. I’m going to show you how to design your whole life and live the best life for you.

This course will help you set and focus on:

  • Your big, amazing dreams

  • That bucket list that still just a list

  • 3-year goals

  • yearly goals

  • monthly, weekly, daily goals

  • habits

In this course we will:

  • Ask what is it you REALLY want to do, I mean...really?

  • We will look at how we are going to get to that 'thing' that we really want.

  • How do we plan our lives to get that 'thing', how about our week, or even how do we plan our day? Don't worry this is not about micromanaging our every task, it's about having a clear plan and direction for our lives and trying not to get distracted by other shiny objects.

  • So, we can start to put our goals into a calendar and start living a SMART life.

See You On The Other Side.....

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1. Course Introduction - What Is This Course About?: Hello, my name is Paul Tilly, and I'm really excited because I have literally just finished recording this course. And it's always a bit weird when you finish recording the course than you do, sort of an intro to the course. But I'm still full of energy and so really excited because I think this is a really good course and wife in a single course is because I wish I'd have had this course five years ago or ten years ago because who knows where I'd be my life? No, I didn't have this. Basically the last five or 10 years, I've just been working out how to navigate life and reading lots of books and listened to podcasts and just trying to work out how to navigate this thing we call life. And this course basically is sort of, I guess, a course that would give to myself five years ago. Basically, how to plan and get out of life. What you've really, really desire and really want to start this course is going to be about big dreams. About dreaming things by getting really excited about, Oh my gosh, I wonder this, I wonder this on to this, whatever it is in your life, my dreams are obviously can be very different to yours. But some of my dreams which may overlap and he's like I really want to travel. And particularly the moment of recording this, I've just been in a 12-month locked down, pretty much pandemic and so not done. And it's all the irony is basically just before lockdown, I ordered a brand new passport because I was really excited to be traveling. And then the last 12 months, that hasn't happened. And the point is that that's one of my goals, is to travel. But the thing is, those are big dreams, huge rooms. And then when people say, That's great, but how this course addresses the, how not only the watts, but the how, how are we going to make this happen? And so we started a big, big, huge dreams and we break it down and down and down to the reality of what am I going to do tomorrow? What am I gonna do this month to make this happen? For this course, I'm going to give you loosen those tools, those of examples. Those are ways that even if you're like me, a sort of a bit of a creative all over the place or a person. You can break it down and ask really hard questions about how you can make these dreams a reality. It's the plant is in five or ten years time, five to ten years time, I should say. And you're going to start to experience some of these really exciting dreams that you want to make happen. I'm really excited by this course because I want you to journey with me. I want you to be in a way, the person that I was five years ago watching this, putting things in place, I want this to be the silver course at you. I could potentially give to my teenagers and say, What's this course and put these things into place. And then in five years time, you can start to realize some of your dreams. So journey with me, share with me some of the things that you've done, some of the things that you'll put in place now, they are going to help you to fulfill your dreams. And hopefully by the end of this course, you will know how to plan your entire life. 2. Here We Go!: Hello and welcome to how to plan your entire life with me, Paul Tilly and I have a confession to make. I'm a really unorganized person. My natural default temperament is to be very inspirational, spidery like RT and wild type stuff. And make things up as I go along and live pretty much in the moment. But you know, as I've got older, you may have noticed that Logo gray in my beard. As I've got older, I realized the things that I really want to answer life. As you're going to take a little bit more planning and sort it out. There's things that I want to have in five years time, things I wanna do in five years time that I will not happen unless I start to put things in place today. Then my background is I'm a single parent of three children. And, you know, when my children fly the nest, I want to be able to live a little bit more for myself as any parent knows. And particularly if you're a single parent, you don't really live for yourself. You can you, you know, constantly put in the children in first. And so that's my long-term goal is to things that I want our life once my children have grown up. Now, I assume that you are probably in a very different situation to me, be a single mom with three kids live in a high-rise apartment. Or you could be a single guy who's, who's living the life. Or it could be just a businessperson that there's lots of people could be watching this course and in very different situations. So all the tools and all the tips and all the things that I explained to you, you're going to have to adapt them yourself. The certain tools that are going to be using, all those tools are free on the Internet, but you may not like them particularly. So you need to adapt them to the soar tools that you want. You may be more inclined towards a pen and paper and that's fine. Maybe inclined towards stuff like OneNote or ever noticed apply that then again, adapt the things I show you to that. Now, the point of this course is obviously to plan your entire life. And now it's about looking at the big picture, the big goals in your life, and how you can break those down from a pyramid to the things that very top. So you break them down into the way that you live your day-to-day life. So if you want to be somewhere in five years time, 10 years time, you'd have to break those down to how you how you live your life today, what you spend your money on, where you spend your time on your resources. That's what this whole course is about. Now, I would say that this course is quite simple course. But to print a practice, it's gonna take a lot of dedication. In fact, is sort of going to take daily dedication. It's below again to the gym. And if you want a particular type of body, you have to think every single day about the food that you eat, the time that you spent at the gym, the type of exercises you do, the way that you live your life. If you're constantly sat down in front of a computer, you don't move, you're not gonna get that body that you want to have in one to three years time. And it's a bit like life goals. If you want to, for example, in five years time, travel the world, then the way you live your life right now, the way that you spend your money right now needs to effect that. I hope that makes sense and that's pretty much what this whole course is about. As I say, all the tools that I referred to in this course are totally free. So wherever you are in the world, whatever your financial situation, you should be able to put this course ends practice. That's great. And the other thing is if they should be linked somewhere around in the notes or somewhere around where you can sign up. And I'll send over to, you know, to templates. I'll try and put as many links that I use in this course on there as possible. As many templates that can provide as possible. So really, you'll have all the resources. And again, hopefully this will save you some time. You can focus on the more important things, not on how to set up a Word, document or some other. It makes sense. If you have any questions and he comments anyways, I can maybe improve the course for a run. Again. Leave that as feedback. A really look forward to hearing your stories. Are really hope that this course helps you when you're developing your long-term goals. Maybe share some goals. Maybe suggesting the ways that you've implemented that the things that I put in place, these this is just the way that I do it. And you're adapted to your own situation, the tools that you are most comfortable with, and that the way that you want to live your life, this is just a broad brushstrokes on the things I've helped me from being a very unorganized person to actually start into really organize my time and resources, hooked us helpful. Thank you again for watching this course. I really hope so forth. My name is Paul Tilly, and this is how to plan your entire life. 3. Just What Is It That You Want Do?: So I'm very sentimental soul. And my, when I was growing up my nan, I was, I was one of those people that were sort of granny reared. Lays. My nam pretty much looked after me, but my dad a little bit of a satellite and she's very poor. And from a quite unfortunate background. And one of the things that always stuck with me was the things that she dreamt about, shoes dress, certain travel destinations. She's really garden and wants to go to this beautiful gardens in the Mediterranean. And the thing about one night, she never ever went abroad. She never left the little town where she lived. And when I think back to my house, subarrays or her her life as she had these dreams and these ambitions, and as she never got to live them for various, various reasons. Now, I'm always a little bit skeptical about these one line quotes that people have luck on Instagram. But this one struck me. It doesn't matter how long you live, but how well you do it. And one of the first Christians could be, how well do you want to live your life and how do you define that? Do you define wellness as being someone like I'm Dr. Martin Luther King and achieving amazing things? Or is it more about money for you? Or is about the destinations that you travel or the career that you have, or the family that you have. These are some of the things that we want to start to think about in this first part of this course is, what are the things that you want to do? There was a song when I was young, and he starts stuff. And it's signed off by asking this question. Just what is it that you want to do? And it's quite a funny song, has quite a funny quote. You don't have to read the whole thing, but basically the first line in the whole song is just what you want to do. What is it that we want to do? Now, when almost like young, I was like 18 or something when this came out. I remember thinking about that and thinking, why is it that I want to do? And at the time of probably wanted to be a rockstar or something crazy like that or actor. But now, you know, if you're watching this course, you're probably in the situation where you think in what is it that you want to do. There may be that you've got quite a clear goal of this sort of things that you want to do about your career, about travel, about your job, about family. But really, really ask yourself what actually is it that you want to do? And they're going back to the previous quote. You know, it's not how long you live, it's how well you do that live, how well you have that life. And when we get to the end of our lives and we look back, what is it that we hope to have done, to achieve, to have developed, to have cared for whatever his, and those sort of things that I want us to start to look at in this first part is the set that you may have come across this before. Maslow's hierarchy of needs. I've always found is quite helpful. I think the recent criticism around it, but generally quite helpful. And at the bottom of the pyramid is obviously the basic things that we need to, to keep us alive, food, shelter. Warm security, those hub things. But once we've got those things, then we start to go up the ladder. We need to think about what we want in this situation. So if you look at the third one for love and belonging and deep meaningful relationships, esteem, self-esteem. And then at the very top is self-actualization. Those are the things in our lives that give us, that drive our purpose. And those are the things that we're looking at in this course that we want to achieve when we look back on our lives and we think, well the things that really drive us now to achieve. And there's two types of goals. And they are, there is intrinsic goals. And those are emotional intimacy, personal growth, helping each other. Those sort of things that we really, and you can say r over the whole of humanity. Wherever you go in the world, you'll find people who would have similar type of goals. We want to be loved, we want to love other people. For example, we want to care when a care for people who want to provide one of the things, those intrinsic goals. And then there's extrinsic. Extrinsic, That's not a word that we often say. And those are the things that are more cultural. So it might be hair. In some cultures, the idea of having a new sports car, for example, might be an extrinsic goal. And those are often more, probably more frowned upon, more like, you know, there's sort of an element of shaming ones and those things, long as saying this course is that that isn't the case. Store, whatever you put down, whatever your goals are in life. I think they have to be a mixture of intrinsic and extrinsic. I think we want to have that warm for security, that loving relationships we all need or want those things. But there's nothing wrong with saying I want my dream house or my dream car or whatever, as long as we have those things in balance. And then finally, the last thing I would say in this part of the course is you promising this analogy before? And in this course we're going to look at going from top level. I found this show, this next slide and come back to this. We can look this top-level goals. And that might be, for example, I want to use something really big like I want to travel the world and I want to see every country in the world. And then we have the mid level goals, which are the things that we do maybe on a bi-monthly basis for every quarter and monthly basis to achieve the top-level goals and the bottom level, bottom level goals of the things that we have to look day-to-day to eventually get to the top level. So remember earlier on I said about if you want that six pack and a gym type of muscle, the body, then even the food that you have for breakfast. And affects that the way that we spend our money now is going to affect our top-level goals in 510, 20 years time. How that makes sense? So if we go back to this slide here, we can see that. And if the pharmacy in this analogy before it's quite a popular one resource, so quite a good one. The big pebbles are the long-term high level big goals in their life. And a tiny little grains Sans. And the things that we do on a day-to-day, hour-by-hour basis. So if one of those big pebbles is to have the six-pack body, then the little grains of sand are, you know, how much protein do I put in this next meal? If I make sense, I hope that makes sense. Maybe the the big pebble is i 01 that Porsche part. I'm not really carpus and so anything I can think of, I want to push in three years time, okay, So how much money is going to cost? So what we need to do, so there's little grains of sand are well, tonight I'm not going to go out and buy a takeaway. I'm going to save that whatever money on a cooker home. And save money and all my meal plans. You're going to plan my meals so I can save that money for that Porsche if as we needed it. And that's what we're going to look at in this course. We'll look at the star that big boulders and work our way down to the grains of sand. And as you can see this analogy, if we try and just focus on the little grains of sand and it, We don't think the long-term goals then we won't get fit everything into our life is finite. Time is finite. Resources have finances. But if we focus on the big, the big things in my first, put those in the jar, and those are our priorities. The low grains of sand can trickle around. They can work away around the big goals in their life. So I heard that knows you make sense for you. And his course. What we're going to start to do is to look at those big goals. First, we're going to focus on that estimator, the majority of our focus. And then we're going to work backwards from the big goals to the small daily goals. Okay. Thank you. 4. Time to Score: Okay, So one of the first things that we need to do is to think about time. And all of us have a finite amount of time. Some nervous. If you're working full time and you've got a family, your time constraints are a lot more than maybe someone who just worked part-time and is single. And thus not to knock any one's lifestyle or infinity, just the reality of our lives. But we need to think that time because to have our long-term goals, we need to invest some of your time. You need to take a portion of that, have a finite time, choose to invest in our long-term goals. So again, if our long-term goal is to travel the world in five-years time. We need to think about even today, how we can achieve that. Just tiny little chips away in the marble. And the way that we're going to do that, the way that we will look at that is, as I said in the previous course and previous episode, we got this triangle guy. Top level goals as the big, big pebbles is a big things that we want to achieve in life. And then medium size goals and then bottom size goals. And we need to put those into, into our time-frame, into our diaries to chip away at them every single day, every single month, and every single year. And the way that we're gonna do that is by this. So and again, you can adapt this to your own lifestyle, to your own goals. But this is what I would suggest, the top-level goals, there's big, big pebbles. We want to do is once a year is to develop a life plan. Now of course, every single year, our lives, I'm going to change. So like this year, for example, last year there's been the pandemic that has changed a lot of people's lives. Mostly crystal for the worse. So, you know, the, the the the life plan and timescale that we had in place in say, 2019 is probably gonna look very, very different now and that would have to be revisited. So what we do every single year, we basically, we relook at our life plan. Now, some people choose to go away for a weekend. Again, if that's possible, if that's financially possible and time constraints for you, that would be ideal. You know, go away for a weekend somewhere where you're not gonna get disturbed. Just take a pen and paper and really forged out where you want to be in five or ten years time, what are your goals then when that might not be possible. So maybe that you could just do a day or even like once a year, just take an afternoon off, depending on your coins. If you've got fork. So you need to look out for even half a day might be a real challenge for you. So basically take that time away. I'm really, really turn off your phone, turn off the Internet. Those notifications and restarts, uh, for jowl, what you actually want to do with your life, where you want to be. You could, you know, you can search the Internet and there's lots. Suggestions about weekend, the way where you can plan your life. But basically the bottom line is that you want to start to get those long-term goals. We'll look a bit fervor that and how you can implement that into some time away a little bit later. Then your medium-size goals are the ones that month. So goals, basically you've got your, you've got your big, big goals in life. Let's say there's three major ones. Well travel, financial freedom, and a PhD for example. There's a pretty big and then we start to break those down into every month we started, we've reviewed those goals. We don't rewrite them because they are already written. Got almost a year, we reread those goals and go. Okay, Let's say for example, PhD. Once a month ago, I came five-years time. We want to be able to start a PhD because a PhD is a big deal financially, time constraints, etc. Then what can I do this month to work towards that goal? What can I do right over this next, at the end of this month, I would be that one step closer. That big chip taken out of the marble. All of our big, you know, that, that those grains, a big lump or grains of sand, starts to take shape. What can I do? Then, once you've got Van place, then at the beginning of each week, you then look at that monthly plan. So you're not looking at the big climbing or you just look at a monthly plan. So the monthly plan might be apply send off applications to free universities. I don't, I don't, I've never apply for a PhD or research universities where I could do a PhD. And the beginning of each week, you play, okay, this Wednesday evening, I'm going to take three hours and I'm going to write the application. Hope that makes sense. I don't know if that's a very good analogy for where you are in life. Can hopefully can sort of see that it gave, it comes down to so you as a once a year, you have your big, big plan. And then every sort of a each month you what steps, you know, you've got what 12 steps potentially can take towards that big, big plan this year. And the beginning of each week. What can I play in place this week that will help me achieve that monthly goal. If you break it down even further and look at each day, hopefully you feel if you're organized that be great. But that's not always possible for people. How that makes sense. So this is a way that you can start to look at a time. Now the way I encourage you to do he is to actually put this into your candor even now. And so I don't want to use obviously because you have local Google Calendar or even just a paper. But whatever it is, you know, start to do your life but you know, prioritizes this an absolute priority. This is your life not what someone else is gonna sort of sort out for you. This has to be a priority in your life and why of your life goals are. So you start calendar, for example, you start, maybe start a new calendar in Google account. And then you think, okay, when, when can I actually really sit down and have a whole day or we can go wherever he is and start to make. Plan obviously sooner. Sooner than later is best. So you plan it out, see if you go, we can free plan it out. And so this is quite exciting thing to do is, well, you know, you're having a day for yourself. It's like having a baby are in a lifeline day. And then automatically per n, Maybe, maybe Friday afternoon before you finish, before you finally put your laptop away or wherever it is, you're planning that monthly. Look at your whole the coming month for what what is your goal for this month? So you put that in and you want to give that about planning an hour. You may not need one hour, but plant in about an hour. And don't let anything interrupt the heritage that is you'll have for your life plan. Okay. So turn off every event and you think, okay, what, what can I do for my my my goals this coming month? What are the things that I got to do? And then start to put things in. Let's say, for example, I'm gonna give you an example. Let's say I plan in my monthly goal set in here. Yeah. And then we do I wanted to have this more. There we go. And I'll repeat this. Nafcillin the first Friday. And measures busy. And we save. And this should be automatically in the sink. And I don't know anything touch that. And then basically let's say at the end, I've got all this and then weekly or Russia life goals, That's actually because that's different, isn't it? Maybe working in something they don't confuse it with? And he put I in week-long Friday, should really put a time in there as well. I didn't do that. And then, you know, that is blocked out. Nothing should change that. Nothing to touch should touch it as your time is your for your calls, your life goals. Don't let anything at all change that and say something goes as emergency, then just make sure that you you know, okay. I'm gonna do tomorrow. He said always there, it's always planned it. Okay. So the first thing I always do know the end of this, this is not to carry on to the next video until you've put these these free things in place. So all we need to book a Y over time. You can afford a day or a weekend or whatever it is where you're going to start to implement this course. You can go for this course first, and then you can start to put in your life goals. That's your time so important that you do this, okay? So make sure you do a day or we can put that in now. And then once you've done that, then starts put in your monthly, mid mid, mid, mid goals, and then your your weekly as well. And you put that in your diary wherever you can afford to do that around family, around, work around whatever it is, but it has to be a priority. And then you basically you have you need to tell maybe need to tell work or family saying, you know, every week for one hour. This is my time. Don't disturb it. You put it in and is locked in there. Locked in there. And make sure nothing will change it. So make sure you put those in there obviously can't really add anything else in until you didn't rest of the course. We may get an idea already. But until then, you put it into your county, your diary, and then come back to the rest of this course. 5. What's The Big Idea?: Okay, so I hope you have filled up your diary nicely with your various tasks I set. Or if not, at least, I'm aware that I'm aware that that is something that you have to do and that is, as it says, absolute priority for you. So the first thing that we're gonna do then is have this weekend away or this day away all this afternoon or wherever it is. And we're going to set some top-level goals then this is, this to me is the exciting part. This is like the dream big. You know, what do I want out of life? These a lot of really exciting things. And what we want to do is, is really believe that we can achieve these things. So they have to be quite realistic. Now, if you want to, if your life goal is to live on Mars, unless your Elon, Elon Musk or something like that. I've probably not that. Ok. But if you want to travel the world and go to at least every continent of the world. That's quite realistic for some of us anyway, depends on your situation. Sorry, should be aware of that. And so what we're gonna do is add to our top-level goals that big pebbles, that big thing, not going to think about Manu detail. Now we're just thinking big, big picture. And the way that we wanted to do this is to use two programs on when you are going to use a probe, a free program called Trello. Trello is basically like a planning tool. There you may be more comfortable, sounds like OneNote or Evernote, or even just a piece of paper. That's absolutely fine. What you'll have to do when you watch this course is adapt. What I'm doing to your institution. You know, Trello is a great tool if you haven't gotten another tool to use, I really advise that you cited to Trello. I'll show you that, right. Okay. So come to Trello.com and TRE Tableau, tableau.com. And you can start why it's called a board. Now, start boards then one very careful of them. I don't wanna give you a story on using Trello, so I'm going to very quickly skip through it and maybe what you wanna do if you want to use this Trello, not used to it, then you do some, just go on YouTube and find some courses about it. We're going to get bogged down. With me. Explain to you about Trello. Now, this is the main section that we want to focus on. So I'm gonna go, Sorry, Boards. And this is my code fought for how I do this because I use a method called Getting Things Done, which we'll look at a little bit later. But it's just the way the I map out my boards. And we've got the main things that we're going to set up in this course, a dashboard, projects and hand goals, life goals, this one here. So ignore all the rest. So we're gonna come to life goals here. Now offsite, add in some things here. And this is not my, my, this is not my actual board I really use because I wanted to show you roughly how you can set up. And mine makes more sense to me than it would to tube. But general sense here. Now, I'll try and give you this as templates as well. So you can download this. But the first thing we wanna do is think about the types of life goals that we want to achieve. So I've got some things here and the first one is just dumped rings. So this is basically just things. If I come across something, I'll just dump it here. If I'm like, oh my god, I would love to achieve I my life. So one example is this, this van here. I want to show this arts core. So I came across this article. I'm always like really interesting, really inspiring. So why did I basically 30 of the most epic bus and fan conversions? That's one of my things that I love to do in life, is have basically just live on the road in the van like this to you, that may be an absolute nightmare. To me. It would be a dream for some reason, it's gone. There we go. So I came across this absolutely amazing. I love to have something like this and basically I just sent it to my Trello board here. So other links, the arts core, I pose as a goal. Yeah, So I've got all of these here. And then you break it down to two other boards or the categories. So got relationship goals, upper picture of my boys, their spiritual mental goals, fitness goals. And reason. I've got this is that this guy is like older the means in a pre-written. I'm like, Well, I've got no excuses. Comprehend Antonio. Think financial goals, career, business, lifestyle. The first thing first that's going to do is if you, if you want to set up one of these balls or something similar to this, set that up or find another folder or something. And then once you've done that, we're going to come over and we're just going to dream dreams. I'm sure for spin them, right? Okay, so once you're on Pinterest, what we're gonna do is basically just set up like a mood board. Or I basically it's like a dream board wherever you want to call it a basically we're just going to dump, I'm just going to get inspiration for ideas. Okay? So he comes Pinterest. And once you've signed up for an account, if you have gotten already, basically just come to your little icon here, presses this, and then you've got a new board, and you can make a board. Okay? So I've got mindset is called bucket list. And we can do is basically set up like mini boards within a board if that makes sense. And so let's just look at let's say one of my boards and is yeah, actually, yeah, the other thing you can do, you can click on here and you can look at other people's boards. So moodboard, for example, these are other people's. Sort of like ideas and stuff like that and what they want. So you can flip for then go unless there's a really interesting idea. And it doesn't matter what you put on here, okay, this is basically just to give you some inspiration. So school bus campus, for example, I mentioned that earlier on one of my things I love to do is to have like a camper van that I can. So let's say we, we click on here. We can even just go straight to here and go bucket list. And here hand, foreign travelers wanted to create a new one, I wanted to call it and van life, for example. Yeah, and that's gone there straightway. All we can just click on it and explore it further and go counts, really nice, really interesting. Again, we could put it into our hip. And then what it does, it gives you more, even more suggestions. You literally are going down a rabbit hole with this. And what I advise you to do would be to say self timer. Give yourself like half hour or an hour and just go for it and just fro hair Griffin Hattie that you can. So I can move something different to a van dream vacation Dominican Republic case. So you've got to make him repo public their hand to my Travel their kids. So if we go to that now, go to my boards, a bucket list. And we got travel. Yes. So we've got some stuff there that I've already put in there. Can organize it, we can change it. And so, and then if you click on More ideas, again, it gives you a loads and loads and loads of things that you can just keep putting in your lists. And the great thing is, is that it's sort of like recognizes it as well. It's sort of knows. It sort of gives you things that are targeted to you. It's not going to give me pictures of fluffy cats which have no offense to anyone who isn't a fluffy cats, but that doesn't really interests me. Answering those. Seeking to get lost in there so easily. And that's where you should give yourself a time. And then once you've done this, here, we've got what she had done this. Your bucket list. I'll put this on a different screen and then feed itself. Okay, So what was, what the common things here that have really interested me? So travel is clearly big thing for me. So NYLS don't wanna pr lifestyle. Maybe I want to put it. So Akiva, I can either send these to my so click on here. I can either send this to my Trello board straightway and see how I do this. Turtle has this little, you can click on the little. Sends a Trello link. So I don't really want to, for the sake of showing you this. So this comes up. And you basically choose, choose your list there and send to dump dreams, life goals. Okay? So you can either do that or you could just copy and put it into a new card. It's called cards. So should be there now. That was homelessness. So I can take this for example. I don't want it as a lifestyle. Yeah, I just put it in there like that. And then what I do eventually is build up my goals here. And this again, this is, this is just a, a, is almost like a brainstorm. Okay. You're not really set in solid goals. Yeah, you just print okay. Van life conversion. And clearly, the main goal here is that I probably want to have the van life because all going to travel in advance so that those two things together so that I could break this down even further and go. Okay. Actually what, you know, what it really is is I want to ban travel in a converted, converted back around Europe, for example. So I could, I could just remove this because these are just links to articles. And if I wanted to, I could link and say I wanted to link to this article about converted vans. Put that in there. So I've got the alcohol, the resources of all the things that are linked to this. I could have had, had a cover. I love it because I'm a visual person. And I will see what comes up. Yeah, that's pretty cool. So curve, that's like my, my, my cover. So it gives you some sort of more inspiration. And maybe I want to add some more details. I want to visit every place in a converted scuba. For example. Click on there and then we've got that could be a goal. So the first thing we're going to do then is to do something. So I'm going to come up with loads and loads of do your, do your mood board. You can have loads and loads of ideas. Try and then try and break it down into categories. Is I want to travel in is converted school bus or is it like I want to earn, I'm going to save $50 thousand by the end of this or whatever it is, you know, come up with lots and lots. So basically you just dreaming dreams, just having big, big ideas. These are big, big pebbles that we're going to break down into smaller ones. So don't worry about detail. Worry about big dreams for now. And then once you've done that, come back and we'll go to the next lesson. We'll break down. Thanks very much. 6. Just How Long Is A Goal?: Okay, So basically, you know, should have a whole board worth boards were four or whatever document you choose to use, a whole series of ideas or things that you would love to achieve long-term goals. And you hopefully should be quite excited by some of these and thinking that they'd be great to whatever star family or travel the world or haven't minimum pound or a push, whatever it is, that should be really exciting. But what we're going to do now is break these down a little bit more to start to really well-done down to the things that you really, really want to achieve. And put some meat on the bones if you were, or some smaller stones around the big pebbles or whatever analogy you want to use. So let's start by doing this by looking again at our boards and looking again at our goal. So here's my sort of demonstration board again, and you might have something similar to this. And so the way that, that there's different ways that you can tackle this narrow. I think one of the ways is really to start to label them as are they really long-term big goals, or are they short things? So for example, if I had, if I had a goal here that was, let's say get down to 12 percent body fat, for example. Now that could be a goal. Now I could potentially have this, you know, it's a very realistic goals, very specific, very targeted birds. I would label this as really so-called some labels here as this is the noisy goal which is a five-year goals is a 12 free yeah, I would say that this is like a medium-term goal. This is like one to three years. Come from my body shape icon to this in nowadays. Well, it's possible. So obviously this is like a year goal really. So it's not like a big, big long-term challenges are very short-term challenge and that's okay, and there's value there. But I would say I'll put this under a different sort of categories is not like a life goal. This is not like how I want my life to be fulfilled. So we'll leave that there for now. And why would do I would go through all these goals that you've put down and say, are they are they want to free your goals or are they like five to 10 year goals? So this, I would say so. So if you, if you want to have 10 Bitcoin, which quite low money is basically talking about money value here you might say, I want to have a million dollars or something like that. More like a maybe a five to 10 year goal depending on your current situation. Of course. For example, if I want, why I really want to do is I want to live, live in Southeast Asia for three years, for example. And that's close to life column. Mine is definitely, hey, Santiago. Okay. So I'm going to quickly go through these and add a few more just to give you an example. And then we'll take it from there. So all we need to do now is stop this video and just go through and label are they or should the labels that are used? Are they are a 90-day goals? Are they want to free your goals or are they five to 10 year goals? So he uses labels if you want. So you can make your own what? Your own system, of course. And then just go for all the goals that you've put down. And trying to be Tommy, fairly realistic of what type of goals are they? Are they big long-term goals, short-term, or even two months frame? Of course. 7. Dismantle That Goal!: Okay, so hopefully now you've labeled all of your goals to certain time period and whatever program or however you whatever you've decided to do two little goals. I've got a Trello board here, that whole trying share with your show. If you somehow that has loads and loads of goals on it. And some of them, it's more inspirational than that obviously specific log, some of these things you wouldn't necessarily taking go, yeah, I wonder that you might go, for example, become a bestselling fiction author. And you might be, actually, I want to have free Kindle books that will generate passive income, Something like that. So I'll share it with you. You can go for doing annual probably lead you into other ideas. So this, alongside things like Pinterest, really should help you to dream some big dreams. So I put some random stuff here. This is not necessarily what my life goals are, but I wanted to give you an example of the things you could do. So then with this, basically, I go here and I break it down. So I've got my 55 to 10 year goals here listed to take this off. So I can see these now has a list. So I can see that my long-term goals are sort of within a certain particular area. And I could break that down further. So what I wanna do now is, is for you to go through these. I'm really ask yourself, are they really want my long-term goal and my ambitions wanted to be always something that I really want to invest my time, money, and effort into long-term. So for example, becoming a best selling fiction author, He's really something because that would take a lot of effort, a lot of time, and a lot of commitments. And the answer might be absolutely yes. That is my lifelong goal. And if it is absolutely brilliant, isn't if it's more like a bit of a pipe dream, then take it out or printer different list of something you'd like to do at some point in your life. But you're not willing to literally spend a lot of your time and effort on to that because that doesn't happen overnight. But something like maybe become a millionaire. Well, that may be something that, you know what, In five years time, I really want to be emitted the hunger, literally push everything to do that. And if that's the case, then again, we want to break this down further up. And the other thing might be some of these molecules together. So the have 10 Bitcoin. The general rate and recurring passive income from investments. That might be something that comes under, become a millionaire. So you've got become millionaires, your main header. But then these other goals that you've put down, my command to this, you really breaking these things down more and more and more. For example, you might actually a warrant become a bestselling author because I wanted to become a millionaire. And you think it now that's probably not the best way to that. You need to have a passion for that. So it makes sense. So break these down even further. The, I would say the ones that you've got down as say, once a free goals for example, you know, though, they come under a different strategy, they're not really about this course, but you can probably work out where you put these anyway. And again, we wanna do is you wanna go to your, sorry, you want to go to these goals and go, okay, If become a millionaire, for example, is obviously your long-term financial goal, then is something actually in your one to three years. I've not got anything in mind but you maybe put something on the I haven't really got any fences to show an example or you're not. And you might have something on do your 90 day or your want a free or a goal that comes under, become a millionaire. So what you wanna do is actually put that within that strategy. Does that make sense? So you really start, you starts at your long-term First, your big goals first, and then you come in backwards. And it might be that something that you've been so invest. So for example, I've put a nice vague invest in the life insurance policy. Well, does that match into my long-term goal of becoming a millionaire? And the answer might be yes, that's great. If it's no, then you really want to question whether you want that as a goal at all. So the last chance for this little section is go back and break down your five to ten goals again. And are there some things that you can join up together and become? One big goal is something that you really want to think. You know, it's more of a pipe dream is not something I actually wanted to be a tangible long-term goal. Take it out if it is. So just have in there the things are absolutely you are now going to commit to and see if you can squash some of those things on the one goal. So do it now and then we'll come on to the next video. 8. Drill It Down, Make It SMART: Okay, so now hopefully you should have a list of big goals that you want for your life in 57 years time. And ideally you want like free five of the max and they should come under broad categories. A good financial one is become a millionaire. For example, a career or education might be two starts. Your PhD. Lifestyle might be login here to have a homestead or to grow your own, have your own sort of garden and chickens and cows or whatever, and so on and so forth. But you should have about three to five and these are big goals. So you have to think you've only got five years to achieve those. If you've got something like do PhD, become a millionaire and have a small holding, those are big things to have over the next five, 10 years. That's a lot of work, a lot of commitments, but it might be what you wanna do. Travel the world, something like that. So ideally, I would suggest three big things that you are really your big goals in life for the next three to five years. And that's been the case. And now assuming that you have these things in place, what wants do is to break these down even further. So to really, really, really get the meat, the meat on the bones as it were. And what you might find actually as h0 start to break these down even further and really think about them. You might actually find that maybe this actually isn't really what I want. Because the more and more you break it down and you have to put some meat on these bones that there's not really that passion there. So for example, if you've got become a bestselling fiction author, if you really break that down, is that's something that you really, really want. And what we're going to use is the smart model, which you've probably come across before. So with this, let's say, for example, becoming less cell in fictional author. I won't want to do here refers to, goes to very specific. So it's really, really specific. It's quite a specific IC. What does that actually mean? Fiction as good, an alphabet, but the best selling fingers, something that we want to break down further. So this term really means, or the goal should be simple, focused on well-defined, able to be outlined in one specific without specific statements. There can be no ambiguity, ambiguity, sorry, or refer for maneuver. With regards to the primary objective and a coaching situation, or simply when you define your goals on self, ask yourself these questions now, what are the outcomes that you're aiming for? Is it clear and straightforward? What's the objective means? What actions will you be responsible for? So for example, if we say best-selling, okay, does it mean that you want to become in the top 100 Rankin authors of fiction authors on Amazon for example. Then we write that down. I want to be by, by this particular date, I want to be in the top 100 vessel in fiction authors on Amazon under horror, for example, you've really, really, really break this down. What were the outcomes be, etcetera. And then we start to go through these lists again, it's just questing, trying to break it down more and more and more. Who were individuals will be, will be required to complete this task, including support yourself. In a ghost writers, I, I don't know about writing fictions or maybe goes wrong or what exactly you are trying to accomplish. What we've talked about that when, you know, in five years time I want to be where the locations, amazon for example, which any obstacles are defined factors for the process. And why? What is the reason for this god? This is something novel. I've always loved fiction. I've always loved horror. I've always written horror. I want this to be my full-time career, for example, could be that some measurable. Okay, So you have to be able to like, really, really measure what this goal actually is. This refers to the two requirements that progress towards a goal must be capable of being monitored and quantified, percentage numbers, frequency, etc, during, during, at the end of the process. And it must be clear as to when the objective has been achieved, must therefore follow an organized and structured system of processes that can be tracked throughout. How will you know when you've reached this God? How will you obtain progressive progress measurements? So again, it's really, really put in numbers to the dreams. Sounds be cold. I think, you know, if you think, aha, I just want to travel the world. This just seems a bit much, but again, it makes it really bright. What actually do you actually want and how will you know when you've achieved it? So yeah, How will you know when you reach this goal? So the Amazon one could be when I'm in the top 100 Amazon horror fiction writers, how will you, you obtain, how will you obtain progress measurements? How over the next five years, how will you see that goal being worked towards K achievable? A triviality is perhaps the most important of all the constants of smart and objective is achieved an achievable if it can be confirmed to be attainable. Attainable using evidence of other individual, individual achieving eight under similar circumstances. Tv bacteria are conc pronounce words the moment. It's not necessarily universal. Head is. It is evidently contextual and often dependent upon the individual assigned to the task at any particular time, workload, stress resources, et cetera. Do you have all the necessary skills and resources to perform this task? So for example, if you've never written a book before in your life, you need to be quite honest about whether you can become a number one best-selling. Author, does your digital coal fill attainable? You know, how do you feel about this? I feel like I or ritual. Yeah, I can do that. What responsibilities do you have? Are are you okay with them? Again, relevant is is sort of quite a harsh question to ask and it feels a bit uncomfortable, but again, it's very important. So I always often cited as a realistic however, this has a significant amount of overlap with achievable and there's relevance is generally considered to be more practical. Relevance refers to how the goals developed alongside with, with individual and organizational requirements, whether they match the culture, beliefs, and values of the company, potential questions you may ask. So the way I interpret this is more alongside of like, if you didn't, this is as an individual and you want to become a best-selling horror writer. Does it match with the general culture that you have as, as a person? So for example, the questions would be, would your organization or wood yourself, your goals, believe and benefits the organization. So with this goal, IT benefits what you really want to achieve in life. So do you want the author lifestyle, for example? He's about making money. And if it's about making money, then he is this the best way for you to do that? Other goals? Exactly what you require. So those are called Becoming a best-selling author wherever it is, that is, it asks you what you really need in your life. And the answer might be yes, Yeah, it's my BA at, you know, and then so you leave it, you drop it. Is it a worthwhile achievements? So, okay, so you become the bestselling author on Amazon. So what? So where do you go from there? Again, it sounds quite hard to say because you're making something that is maybe a dream being quite cold and really attacking it. Okay? So we go to timely, this maybe a bit more obvious one. Over long timescales, it becomes increasingly difficult to track progress towards objectives. Generally, goals should be within an immediate reach of as long-term goals are after more risk of motivational loss. However, if long-term goals are the only are the only option, Then Molson should be, should be defined as sub-goals. And that's what we're going to come onto. Which can be used to examine progress and maintain motivation towards short-term achievements. And in addition, lines often inspire productivity as long as their lines are not set unnecessarily close in accordance to the law. Work expands to fulfill the time available for the completion. So basically, what he's saying is probably sort of know is that we need to set clear, timely goals and conquer. Say, okay, I'm gonna become an offer in five-years time. Okay, what are you gonna do? Niche year of the next five years to work towards that? And then what he can become, what you're gonna do per month to work towards that and even per day. When will you achieve the goal? Let's say five-years time, for example. When when will you be six months from? Where will we be? Sorry, well, we be six months from now. What working bid on saying that's what we're going to hand. So in the next part of the course. So as you can see, is quite harsh. And I would say it's quite a lot of work. But remember, if you have real goals that you really want to achieve, and it's great to have dreams. Absolutely. And I love dromedary ME, our victory them. But then when it comes to print something into this, then that's sort of where the rubber hits the road. That's where if you want that small holding for example, which is a great dream to have an, I have a dream. Okay, How much attention to that? And what this does is it asks you the question, do you really want that? Or is it just a pipe dream? If you really wants to become a millionaire in five-years time and you can fill out the details in a formula this, then that makes you work towards it. Okay, So my thing would be is go, go back again to your life goals. The things that you've got here are the five to 10 year goals. And put these into smart and really drill down. And by the end of this process, I would guess that you have whittled it down maybe two to three, maybe more long-term goals. And, you know, in your heart know that you've managed to fill out this, these details. You know, that what is in here isn't actually achievable. It's very specific, measurable, achievable. It's relevant to who you are as a person and his timely. And so go ahead and do that now. So you really shouldn't be Washington next videos for, for some time until you've done this. And then when you come back, you should really be armed with exactly where you want to be in four years time. And then we're going to start to look at how you can draw it down even further to how you live your life tomorrow. To have those goals in five to ten years time. 9. Get It In The Calendar: Okay, So by now, you should have a handful of long-term big goals that you want to achieve. Now remember the analogy at the beginning of the course where we had the bucket or the top of the glass jar. And we had several big stones that we had to put in that job. And then we had grains of sand around the jar. And the jar represented our life, our time, or money or resources. The big stones represented life, long-term life goals. And the sand represents all the tiny little tasks that we need to do to achieve that big goal. So on this one here, for example, I've got become a millionaire, which is a great goal. I think. Unless you're already a millionaire, then maybe you want to be a billionaire. I don't know. So, and so we've got the task of becoming a millionaire, which is a big, That's a nice big stone that we have the print our life. But of course, there is a commitment to that goal. Energy, our time, our resources. So we need to think about how we can break those down into tiny little bits of grains of sand. Now, once we filled out the smart worksheet about becoming a millionaire, we should have loads and loads of detail that is in there. And one of the main things now is this is the timings. What steps do we need to play in place right now to achieve a five-year goal of becoming a millionaire. One of the questions is, what can be done today? What can be done in the next six months? What we want to think about now is, is what can be done over the next member, I talked about the mid and mid-term goals and short-term goals. The midterm goal is over the next months. So what we could do, we could look out over the next month and think about what can we do over the next month, basically towards this goal of becoming a millionaire? Now for example, one thing that I've put in here is, and by a $100 worth of a theorem which is a cryptocurrency because the moment of recording this is going skier lada, be a good way of investing into that. So what we do, we put I in here and we put a start and an end date. So that might be, I mean, to buy a 100 pounds worth, a dollar worth of theorem, takes less than half an hour. So we could do, put that as, as a due date, make sure it's done within that day. We save that. And then that will sync with our Google Calendar. Okay, the way to do that is just to use a power-up of the calendar. And then we sync that with Google, google Calendar or Outlook or wherever it is. Maybe another one we could do. And what would be a short-term goal and think, no, no, we've got to be very specific. Nothing through. Come up with hey, Passive Income. Course. Title. Tight, tight, tight, tight. And I see, you know, what we should do? We should come up with a whole course. So course for upload it and sell it. So that would be a passive income venture, I guess. And then here we have an outline of the course. Oh my gosh, How about like part of the course? And then save that. And then we'd have tasks. How lion. And then we'd have something like course title, and then so on and so forth. But then we have, we want to have a start date. So let's say we're going to have that this image when you do this over March. And we want that to be done by the end of March. Then that would be one of the passive income streams that would work towards the millionaire goal, for example. And then this would automatically sync with my Google Calendar and remind me. Then in Google Calendar, we start to have these tasks. You know, we need to think about this in general, it's not quite st. Eventually that will sync. Then we basically start to have these, these tasks within our candidates. So every month we look and we think about, okay, what, what do I need to do this month? And then for other month, we have in there. Remember we had the life plan we start to put in there exactly what we need to do to achieve those goals for that month and then for that week and we'll look at that every single weekend you say, Okay, I've got one of my life plans is to have is to do a course in March. So what do I need to do over this next week talk to was that maybe it starts to outline the week one we saw to outline the course. With two, we start to fill in the course. We free, we start to upload the course. Week 4, we start to promote the course. And that will be a passive income stream towards our millionaire goal in five years time. We may want to break that down even further. And we say something like, within the next year we want to have six courses or six passive income streams developed. And so then we worked backwards and we start to put those goals into a monthly calendar, 46. Okay. Months to have. Every two months we start to work on a passive income stream by the NDA to mumps, we should have one passive income stream and uploaded or selling or whatever it is. I hope that makes sense. So, and then we break that down for every single life goal. So for example, another one might be if I, if I live goal is to travel the world and in five-years time to travel whole world. So we want to break down water. What things do we need in place to be able to travel? Maybe we have a house, we have a property. Maybe over the next five years, we need to do up their property and buying five years time because we want to travel the world, wants to sell that property. We want to lease it out or we went to Airbnb their property or whatever it is, then we need to start to break those goals down over the next five years. So obviously the problem is, I don't know exactly what your goals are, but I hope you get a sense from this. The type of things that we need to play in placements, poke concrete, specific measurements in place every single week potentially, to go up to achieve that goal. There's no point in saying, Okay, I want to be a millionaire in five-years time. And then in six months time, say, yes, I want to Be a Millionaire five-years time, but you haven't done anything to work towards that because it won't happen. And you've lost of your life, of your dreams that you could have put into that. So what I'm going to do now, the next task is to have three or however many boards or how smart objectives for each of your goals. Now, what you need to do is to start to think about the next month. What do you need? What can you start to work towards over the next month that will start to work towards that goal be realistic. Of course, you know, there's no point in saying, if I'm gonna become a millionaire, then I'll, well, next month I want to invest 5000 dollars in, in, in Bitcoin. I mean, that might be realistic or fewer, don't know your financial situation. You need to start a lot smaller than that. You might need to. For example, read, say, Okay, I'm going to read two books on working towards becoming a millionaire. That's a realistic goal. It's, you know, start to make notes. I'm going to develop a plan of how are we going to achieve that is going to be passive income streams. For example. If you're gonna become a bestselling author over next month, what can you specifically do in working towards that particular goal? If in five years time you want to have a small Holden over the next month walking you do specifically you need to buy property, for example, you know, who are you going to have money for that property? What things do you need to be in place? And then once you've got the monthly goals, the monthly big things in place, then okay. What can I do over the next four weeks? That will, by the end of this month, I would have achieved that goal. I hope that makes sense. It's a bit, it's a bit difficult to really wrap it up without knowing specific goals and what you need to put in place. But I hope it makes sense that you need to break these down Him forever. So there's grains of sand in a jar for the big, big stones to be able to form and develop. 10. Conclusion: It's A Wrap, Let's Live The Dream: Okay, so we are pretty much the end of this course now. And I just wanna go over a few things again. Don't forget that that should be linked around, somewhere around his caucus. That will link you to various resources that I've showed you over this whole course. And I hope that's helpful. Remember, starts by dreaming big, what do you really want out of life? Where do you want to be in 510 years time? And the great thing about this course and this model I think, is that you could depend on your age. You could think 50 years ahead and start to plan whether we want to be in 50 years time and work backwards from there and then start that 50-year plan tomorrow. And I think that's incredibly powerful. The thing is to always, there's a cliche isn't that keep your eyes on the prize. And again, you really have to Why would do? And it depends on what your goal is. Around my computer screen here, the background to my screen. I'm not quite sure if I can show you. Is okay. Is this now this is in embolic. Okay? This is the place that I really want to visit. I really want to go to Bali, spent a significant amount of time there. It really matches with my lifestyle. The things that I want her to live, this type of lifestyle that that barley has to offer on a set, spend a significant time of that. And this is basically the jungle in Bali. And I have this background to my screen. So the moment, I mean, locked down into winter outside is really miserable. It's really horrible. And there's been times that I've been really low. And I look at this and I'll just, I'll just find myself gaze in a way in thinking one day, I'm going to be there for a significant amount of time, maybe a year, spend the whole year, and barley. So surround yourself with your dream on your, on your fridge down in your kitchen, you know, put some pictures of the things that you really want to do. If it's travel, then you'll get some postcards of exotic locations. If his converts in a camper van, guess and pictures of campaigns of it, whatever it is, you surround yourself, see constantly being reminded of your dreams while you're getting up in the morning and why your trips into work or wherever your life, your life is at the moment because there is that dream at the end of the day, you know, and log city before once a year, you know, treat yourself if you're able to treat yourself to a weekend away, tree itself today, away from everything, and really, really dream big dreams plan your dreams. Use things like Pinterest used and things that are going to spark your dreams. And then once a month, revisit your life plan, relook your lifeline and the smart objectives that you've made from your life plan and go, okay, what can I do this month that will give me that one step closer to that dream, to that, you know, that that year in barley or that Kanban, or that whatever your dream is, I don't want you to reminisce. And then once a week, start your week or finished the end of your last week to go. Okay. What can I do over the next seven days? That will get me towards that monthly monthly goal. And then you'd be surprised in one year's time, think you'll be 12 steps closer to that dream. In two years time, 24 steps and so on and so forth. And then you should all things being well, all things being equal. If there's not another wall pandemic, he should in five-years time, realize that dream or at least it be in grubbing distance. Yeah, who knows? Honestly, I wish you the best. And I think it's really exciting. The fact that you've got to this point in his course means that you got serious about developing an amazing life plan and working actively working towards it. The fact that you've taken the time to watch his course, he is an exciting achievement, is the first step in working towards those live calls. Please, please, please share, share. What are your goals? Encourage other people who are watching this course. I think I've been, these things are exciting. And you know, on a personal note, I think one of the exciting things is that this last 12 months OF MY record of my life has been during the pandemic. I don't know if you're gonna be watching this in five-years time and who knows where we're going to be. But these last 12 months, I've really made so many people re-evaluate what they actually want out of life. Do they want to go back to the nine to five traits into work, commuting on the underground or wherever you are. So this could be a really exciting time for all of us to re-evaluate what we actually want. And to work towards us. There's life goals that hopefully will not only make us bad people, but hopefully make the world a better place as well. So again, thank you for watching. My name is Paul Tilly. I really look forward to hearing about the amazing things that you're gonna do with your life. Thank you. God bless.