You're young, maybe 18–25. You've just graduated (or are about to graduate) from high school, college, or a masters program.

Now the big question: what the heck do I do with my life?

It's not an easy question to answer, and anyone who says it's easy is stupid or lying. Or maybe they had the answer given to them at an early age, so they haven't faced the same struggle as you. It doesn't matter, because YOU need an answer for you, right now.

Here's the honest truth: no one can tell you what to do with your life.

You've got to work for the answer, do a little trial and error, and stick with it until you find the right thing. The good news is there is a path forward—a consistent way to figure it out. It takes work, but it's totally doable.

It's not easy. Nothing worthwhile is.

Now, how do you start figuring life out?

There are three simple steps to getting the life you want.


I know how that sounds, but it's not hocus-pocus or pie-in-the-sky. You won't get your life in order until you believe you actually can have a pretty fantastic life.

You need to believe your life is worth it, and that you have something to offer the world. Then you'll be motivated and empowered to take action.


Once you believe your life is worth something, it's time to figure out what exactly you want to do. You won't know everything, but you know enough to make a few plans for what your life could look like.

This part is about brainstorming, and getting down to just a few options that you could really get excited about.


Once you have a plan, it's time to work. Planning without action is pointless. This is when you start practically digging into what you're made of, and end up finding out what you're made for.

This is what people call the grind, the hustle, and all the other buzzwords. It's not about looking like you're "living the life," but persistently building the foundation of what you want to do, and who you want to be.

There's a path for you

It's not all easy, but it's doable for anyone who is seriously committed to making their life something worthwhile.
That can be you.

The worksheet I'm offering below is totally free, no strings attached. I'm giving it away because I honestly wish someone had told me these things when I was trying to figure it out on my own.

It was pretty tough, and sometimes lonely. But I'm so glad I learned what I did. Hopefully, it gets you started on figuring out a better life, too.

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