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The Phoenix Self Help Life Plan by Personal Transformations 2014

This site is one of a group of self-development web sites whose aim is to motivate you to take steps to improve the quality of your life and to provide access to free and other resources to help you achieve this. To see the full range of sites in the group click on the URL below:

http://www.phoenixplan.org.uk/page5.html



Life is more fulfilling and less stressful when you make it closer to how you want it to be..

It is worth your while to plan the goals and take the steps necessary to get you to where you want to be.

This site can show you the way  to change your lifestyle.


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IF YOU DON’T TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE RIGHT NOW YOU COULD END UP LIVING ACCORDING TO SOMEONE ELSE’S VALUES AND AGENDA.

IS THIS WHAT YOU REALLY WANT?

BE WISE. WORK TO MAKE YOUR LIFE THE WAY YOU WANT IT TO BE.

THIS FREE SITE CAN HELP YOU!

Thinking of making some positive life changes in 2018?

If so, perhaps now is the time to work out your plans for change. The free Phoenix Self Help Life Plan may be helpful.

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Promise yourself today to  improve your lifestyle in 2018 …

This is a
not-for-profit site.
There is nothing to buy or subscribe to..

How the Program Works






Program Steps : A Summary and Guide



Firstly, using a Questionnaire, you will make a thorough Evaluation of your present lifestyle, noting and prioritising the areas in which positive change is desirable and possible.


You will consider and work out the practical details of the kinds of changes that could realistically be implemented in some of these areas over the eight week period. Then you will select the life areas you consider most important to work on and you will carefully choose and write down specific behavioural goals for each area selected.


This self-searching section of the Program is most important for you as it indicates to a large extent where you want to go in your life and what you want to change in your current lifestyle. For this reason, this part of the Program should not be hurried through, but you should devote as much time as is necessary to work out clearly the priorities for your self-development. It is probably a good idea, at this stage, to equip yourself with a notebook in which you can jot down some of your ideas and aspirations. It should also be recognised that you are likely to progress better in the Program if you select a small but realistic number of Goals. Trying to achieve too much in too short a time is likely to be too demanding with the resulting danger that you give up. Rather, aim for a few important Goals which, if achieved in the eight week period, will give you a real sense of achievement and personal success. If you attain these goals, your success will become a valuable motivating factor if and when you work on the Program a second time.

Do not worry if right now you are somewhat unsure of what these Goals should be. You will find that when you start to work through the evaluation Questionnaire you will gain insights into how you perceive what is currently happening in many critical areas of your life.



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You can dream where you want to go . You can blame others and external events because you do not get there.  But your dream will only come true when  it becomes  your goal and you make the time and effort to  taking the steps which will lead you there.

Sometimes in life’s journey we have to pause and to recognise and admit that the road we have been taking is not leading to the destination we seek.


At such a moment, we need to stop, re-evaluate the lifestyle we have created and devise new goals which will move us in our preferred direction.


The Phoenix Self Help Life Plan is an ideal tool to guide and support us in this difficult but vital exercise.

How the Program Works

You have  a  right to personal happiness… and the right to take time to work to achieve this…

You also have the right to take all steps necessary to make your personal world a happy one….

as long as you respect the rights of others