Learn to plan your life-woodmam

Therefore, learning to plan one's life carefully is a habit that everyone should develop.

  ②Cultivation Goals

  There are six main steps to learn to plan your life.

  Step 1: Discover or determine the main goal of life. The main goal of life is a relatively fixed goal that one pursues throughout one's life and around which everything else in life revolves. For some, it is an enjoyable process of self-discovery; for others, however, it may be a painful process. Happy people usually have careers and lifestyles that align with their life goals. For example, a person with a strong sense of organization, a solid foundation and a propensity to teach is likely to derive satisfaction from an education-based career. Some people quickly learn their ultimate goal, but most people often need to ask themselves repeatedly on different occasions before they find their ultimate goal.

  Step 2: Start preparing to achieve your goal. In this regard, the choice of career is what you have to focus on. A career is a tool to help achieve the ultimate goal. For example, a lawyer who has a successful career but is not satisfied with material wealth may use some of his energy to engage in pro bono activities and derive spiritual satisfaction from them. The best life planning in terms of career should have begun when a person goes to college and chooses a major. However, the path of life planning is not a late start that will lead to nothing. As long as it is not too late to enjoy your old age, it is never too late to start career planning - whether you are a young person just embarking on a career journey or a middle-aged person stuck in a job you don't like.

  Step 3: Set short-term goals for your career development. It involves planning some of the details of your personal development.

  Step 4: Plan how to achieve your short-term goals. Determine how far you are from your goal and how you should make up for your shortcomings and improve yourself so that you can meet the requirements in the specified time.

  Step 5: Take action. This is the toughest of all the steps. Good motivation is only one condition for the goal to be established and to start achieving it, but it is not the whole story. If motivation does not translate into action, motivation will remain motivation and the goal will only remain a dream. And no matter how beautiful your design plan looks, accidents in action are always inevitable, and these accidents are like an obstacle that may make you lose your confidence and give up at any time. There are two other pitfalls to be carefully avoided in order to achieve your ultimate goal in life: one is laziness and the other is mistakes.

  Step 6: Revise and update your career development goals at the right time. Career goals are often determined based on specific social circumstances and conditions. As circumstances and conditions change, goals should be modified and updated accordingly. People are the creators of goals and can change it whenever necessary.

  ③ Self-assessment

  What is your goal in life?

  What kind of career do you want to achieve in your life?

  What kind of process do you think you should be satisfied with in your life?

  Which form of success gives you the most sense of accomplishment?

  Does the career you intend to choose now help you achieve your ultimate goal in life?

  Is there a way to align your current career vision with your basic life goals?

  What are some specific professional or personal goals you want to achieve in the next 5, 10, or 20 years?

  How much money do you want to earn or what level of earning power do you want to achieve in the next 5, 10, or 20 years?

  What kind of lifestyle do you want to have in the next 5, 10, or 20 years?

  How much of a gap is there between your current situation and the capabilities needed to achieve your goals? Can this gap be closed methodically through hard work?

  What efforts have you made to achieve your goals?

  Do you let yourself let the day go easily because of a moment of fatigue, or insignificant reasons?

  Do you think it is good or bad when you encounter difficulties in your actions?

  How many times have you revised your development goals? What were the reasons for each change? Do you still find those reasons convincing? Do you plan to go back to one of your original goals? Why?

  2. Regularity in daily life

  ①Definition and meaning of regularity in daily life

  Regularity in daily life mainly includes regularity in eating and living, regularity in work and study time, regularity in sports and exercise, regularity in games and recreation, etc., so that all kinds of daily affairs are carried out in a proper manner. Specifically, the time to get up and go to sleep every day should be regular, should ensure that seven to eight hours of sleep every day; work, study, labor time limit should be regular; three meals a day should be regular and quantitative, not partial food, not more food, pay attention to dietary hygiene, drink about 1,500 to 2,000 milliliters of water every day, the amount of each meal should be mastered in the abdomen near the next meal slightly hungry for appropriate; not forced to nap, but should lie down to rest A long time to adhere to this will help reduce the burden on the heart; every day should try to defecate regularly? cave elderly people can be every other day? snow, to reduce the residue and toxic substances on the intestinal tract of the adverse stimulus, to keep the abdominal comfort; morning or evening should moderate participation in fitness exercise; daily relaxation and recreation time, eliminate fatigue, enhance cultural interest; maintain relative emotional stability, less volatile, not irritable, not depressed, optimistic; arrange for leisure time on both days off, engaged in social and fitness activities.

  First of all, diet and living should be regular.

  Peking University and the China Research Center on Aging launched a research project on the factors affecting the health and longevity of the elderly in China in 1998, and conducted a follow-up survey on tens of thousands of senior citizens nationwide. The survey found that regularity of life is a common characteristic of senior citizens. They eat well, don't eat too much, eat lightly, match meat and vegetables, live regularly, don't work, don't smoke, drink in moderation, love cleanliness and hygiene, work and exercise moderately, and have a trust in life. The influence of genetic factors on longevity is reflected in the survey. Most of the senior citizens have a family history of longevity, and 37% of them have siblings who are still alive. Fifty-one percent were never sick in childhood.

  This survey specifically for the elderly aged 80 and above shows that in addition to the influence of genetic factors, a healthy diet and orderly life is the "secret" to a long and healthy life.

  In addition, it is important to go to bed early and get up early.

  For example, the key to determining whether cancer cells can be activated is the body's immune function. T cells in white blood cells are the immune defense force, which can inhibit the proliferation and division of cancer cells. The results of a study conducted by Osaka University in Japan showed that "CD4" and "CD8" are indicators of lymphatic T-cell viability. These indicators were found to be lower in people with irregular lifestyle over the years, which means that the cells of these people are prone to cancer and proliferation. Therefore, observing the biological clock rhythm of "early to bed and early to rise" is a natural and effective measure to improve the immunity of the human body, without increasing medical expenses or imposing additional burdens.

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