Start off the worksheet by beginning with the end in mind. The end result we want out of life is happiness, and it should be what drives our planning when we take time to Aim! Having trouble thinking about what makes you happy? Use the categories as prompts.
When beginning to look at your long term planning, factor your age in. If you are under 30, think about your 5 year future. If you are anywhere from 30 to 50 years old, think about your 10 year future. And if you are over 50, think about your 20 year future. It’s counter intuitive, but is based on science and change and the best ways to craft your future.
Once you’re happy, change your focus to specific visions; focusing on each category individually. Then, go to one year and ask yourself: What do you want to achieve this year? Enter specific goals; work down each column. To achieve your goals, what do you need to take A.I.M?