Organize Goals | The Only 3 Stages You Need

“Organize Goals Using Newly Discovered Permanent Principles for Conscious Goal Setting… Eliminate Conflict!”

I attended seminars, I read books, I listened to tapes, I ‘changed my mind-set’ but I still didn’t know exactly HOW to organize goals..

Until that morning..

Finally, almost reluctantly, I sat in my garden under a warm summer, the breeze rustling the leaves of a tree, and I actually began to write down my own understanding of goal setting.

I realized that goal setting is really about how to organize goals.

3 levels of true goal setting (how to organize goals) are revealed in this 10 minute read.

I mean, think about this.

If you’ve read about goal setting before, has it ever been defined for you?

How would YOU define goal setting?

My short definition is: to organize [tag]goals[/tag].

Goals are: Things we want. Right?

Now suddenly, for me atleast, that took on a whole new meaning to my approach with goals.

What can I do to organize myself and thing around me so I can get what I want.

I needed to get organized, and I would achieve my goals.

Goal Setting became learning how to [/tag]organize life[/tag], [tag]organize time[/tag], and [tag]organize now[/tag], etc.

But there was definitely another important factor..

Conscious Goals vs Conflicting Subconscious Goals

I further realized that we already have a ton of goals.

Every habit is a goal. Every choice (including bad ones and ones that waste our time/money/etc) depends on some kind of goal from our inner mind.

The many goals we already have come from our deepest convictions, hang-ups, beliefs, and perspectives.

To really organize goals we have to be conscious of all of them, and we have to understand the ways in which they conflict with each other.

When you understand this article you will organize goals consciously and more thoroughly.

Under that summer warmth, by writing all these ideas down, I discovered 3 levels of how to organize goals which will give you very deep control of organizing your life for what you want to get out of it.

So here they are..

Organize Goals Level 1

Identify all the things that naturally pull your attention, that attract you towards them in some way, including things that you do not want to consider as ‘chosen goals’ such as ‘watching the game ‘, computer games, TV infomercial channels, time at the pub, etc.

You need to be brutally honest with yourself by actually writing all this down. By committing things to paper, magic will happen. If you are skeptical, try it.

If you do not try it, remember that I hereby tell you that not writing things down on paper is probably one of your biggest causes of failure.

And if you are not in the habit of writing things down. I bet that you are failing in many areas of life.

Now, this list of ‘attractive’ things, those things that pull at your time and attention, are all goals.

They are your subconscious, habitual, goals.

Organize Goals Consciously by writing them all down on paper.

Warning: When many people list their goals, it is a wish list of things they would love to have but generally think are a long shot. They don’t really have confident positive expectation of them coming true. This sabotages the minds function of achieving and learning to genuinely organize goals.

A mixture is needed. Some goals that seem a bit pie in the sky right now, and other goals that seem highly doable.


Organize Goals Level 2

Ultimately, to organize goals, means to manage projects.

That is what goals should really be about, i.e. organizing projects and next step actions for each project, and then scheduling those next step actions. This is the only way to organize goals to achieve them.

Create a large list of all the things you would love to do, have, be, and get done in your life, now and any time in the future.

Take each item on that list, one by one, and add the detail of what would need to exist and what would need to be done, for each project.

I will keep this brief, but the last two points are very important. To organize goals you must create each one as a project and identify the next step actions for each goal/project, and be absolutely sure to write it all down on paper or type it on computer.

E.g. A goal such as ‘get a promotion at work’ will sink into nothing unless you identify the sorts of things, the steps that you can take, to move closer and closer to that possibility.

Are you now ready to achieve those goals you have organized?

Progress to…

Organize Goals Level 3

You now need to develop the willingness to act on those next step actions you identified in organize goals level 2.

Setting short term commitments to stay mindful of what is on your goals lists, and then scheduling the next step actions, will allow you to achieve your goals.

Again, it’s a topic that some people cringe at until they experience the effects of the organize goals levels 1 and 2 first.

You can not put time commitments on goals with confidence and satisfaction unless organize goals by first identifying the individual little steps that you would need to take.

Using ‘to do lists’ are vital to organize goals, and once you have achieved organize goals levels 1 and 2 you will enjoy using to-do lists more than ever before. And what’s more is that they will finally work well for you.

Simply take your next step activities from organize goals level 2 and select some of those next steps to make a to-do list.

Based on this article can you now organize goals better than before?

You and I know the countless people that attend personal development seminars to get excited and do some goal setting, but without the structure to organize goals as in this article, 80% of their good intentions become forgotten intentions and niggling frustrations.

Make sense?

Now you can feel good about goal setting.


first identify conflicting goals,
then organize your conscious goals into projects,
and finally schedule manageable next step action goals.
These are timeless principles for how to Organize Goals.

See the Life Direction Road Maps.

“I think my husband will be indebted to you forever. I really think this is going to work for me. Thank you very much from one whose life is chaotic and whose home reflects this.” – Deb Armstrong

New Secrets of Mind Power and Control

New Secrets of Mind Power, Guaranteed To Give You Maximum Control

This begins it. The 5th and final element in the overall Efficiency X-Factor breakthrough.

After you’ve discovered how to get organized now, you then lay down your life direction road-maps. Only then can you effectively organize your life. From that position you can develop your natural time management system. Those are the first 4 stages of the Efficiency X-Factor.

The 5th and final stage of the personal Efficiency X-Factor concerns much more closely the human condition of battling effort with laziness, mental skill and flexibility with ignorant narrow minded irrationality. A common label is Mind Power. But of course deep mind power is not common.

First to develop Mind Power of course requires going through the first 4 stages as above for Efficiency X-Factor. Beyond that, or at any stage during that development you feel explorative enough, The 9 Secret Principles of Mind Power will show you a breathtaking vision of the profits of living with a pure and powerful mind, anchored to reality by honest and hard hitting principles, you are taking control of your success.

From that foundation comes the 9 mind controllers. 9 explorations of 9 parts of your conscious mind that together form the ability to control your mind, which controls your actions, which controls your success and happiness.

This is where we are heading in this section of Organized Living. A step beyond ‘getting organized’ or ‘time management’ into the actual dynamic processes going on inside your mind right now, every minute, drawing you ever more efficiently towards success, or not.

Once you have got the The 9 Secret Principles of Mind Power, the 10 Mind Controllers will be made available to you.

Do This: Become A Self-Leader For Guaranteed Mind Power Control

I feel like writing. Haven’t for a while now. Been scrambling to pull some projects together and not made room for new writing.

So this is for me as much for you. To touch base on the ideas of Self-Leadership with Mind Power, Mind Control, and Personal Success.

Since the age of 11 I have been mind-mapping. By age 16 I was revising my entire school Science exam syllabus in 20 minutes every day for a month before the exam. I got an A. Double AA actually as it was a double size course so we got 2 grades for it. But other exams I didn’t do so well in. English they never taught us a thing. Hence my dodgy grammar.

My mind-mapping has grown along with my mind power and mind control.

A [tag]Self-Leader[/tag] integrates the work of others into his own model of success. [tag]Neo-Tech[/tag] gave me the term Self-Leader.

A Self-Leader protects the use of his time. Time becomes the utmost precious commodity besides conscious life itself.

A time management system allows mind power to shine. The skill of knowing how to organize allows mind power to shine. And it goes on. There are 5 stages of organized living. Mind Power is the final stage.

Last year in August 2006 I discovered a pattern in dozens of my computer stored mind-maps that led to a new re-organization of some big areas in personal success.

And honestly, I’ve been trying to pull things together enough so that I could begin releasing those 9 mind controllers in a business way, which means profitable for me, and as valuable to you as I can.

I’m nearly there.

And first, make sure you have the 9 secret principles of mind power so you are primed and pumped ready for the 9 mind controllers.

We are heading into a new ear which I’ve dubbed the Efficiency Age.? The revolution into an efficient world supercedes the industrial revolution, technological revolution, information age and communication age of the Internet.? But knowledge and communication is no longer the weakest link in the chain.

The new weakest link is how to use our wealth of information and ease of communication.? To stream line our lives. To be independent of lies from governments, religions, corrupt businesses, etc.? To stand as sovereign self-leaders in a new bright world of modern freedom.? To choose the lifestyle that you want.? All this requires a central focus.? Efficiency.
There will be mind-maps revealing incredible work into the human field of [tag]mind power[/tag] and [tag]mind control[/tag].

Organize Skills

“What Are The 3 Core Organize Skills That Allow You To.. well… Organize?”

Organize Skills are important aren’t they?

In fact they may be of the most highly important skills we can possibly have for our success in all areas of life, right?

I was terribly frustrated with my self and life and made the resolve to learn organize skills to straighten out my ENTIRE life.

This proved to be a marathon in itself, whilst I continued to juggle my life.

But I was obsessed to find the solution, because without awesome organize skills, everything that I did would be inferior, and for the sake of finding and learning good organize skills I would be able to do EVERYTHING better for my entire life in every area.

It actually took me 7 years to complete my research and before I reveal the 3 critical organize skills, I want to strongly emphasize that you have the absolute most important organize skill already.

It is the key organize skill that I teach my clients to create a lifetime habit out of.

Captured in just three words..

Think on paper.

And the motto I use: “Don’t just think it, Ink it!”

I’m telling you, this is the very TOP organize skill you can have. Don’t reject or neglect it because of it’s simplicity.

Grab on to this one idea and you will soon be able to organize a wedding whilst standing in front of a tiger.

Well, who would want to?

But the key here is that the elite of the elite get into this habit.

Commit to paper all inspiration, every ‘must do that’ thought, and all good ideas that are picked up from day to day.

Keep a sheet of paper and pen with you at all times.

Intuition / creativity (whatever you want to call it) will rise and grow by making a habit of this king of all organize skills.

Applying this concept of thinking on paper is more important for your organize skills than even the following 3 cherished core organize skills that I am about to reveal.

Please do not forget to always, always, think on paper.

The 3 Areas of Organize Skills

  1. Identification
  2. Organization
  3. Execution

Identification is the 1st of my 3 core organize skills

This is the skill of asking questions.

Everything comes from asking questions.

Rudyard Kipling illustrates this with his famous 6 Honest Men.

“I keep six honest serving men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who?”

The technical words here are differentiation (finding differences), and integration (finding similarities and connections).

Practically speaking, get into the habit of asking yourself automatically the following types of questions:

  • What is the most effective thing to do in this situation?
  • What does this mean?
  • Is that correct to my honest assessment of reality?
  • If this was better, what would be different?
  • How does this work?
  • Does that matter?
  • What other questions could I ask?

Organization is the 2nd of my 3 core Organize Skills

This is about using organize skill 1, and applying it to prepare and structure everything that you do.

It is essentially an extension of the same thing. A continuation where action is now applied to what we have identified.

To develop your organize skills for learning how to organize I obviously would suggest that you make good and full use of the OrganizeDr website.

Execution is the 3rd of my 3 core organize skills.

No we’re not going to hire a hit man to ‘get the job done’. Execution is that final moment of action that completes a definite step towards a goal. Like an executable EXE computer file, you activate it, and it executes the instructions that have been carefully organized by the programmer.

The skill of executing a task is about that precise moment in time in which we gather the willingness to act on something.

To control thought in such a way that we direct it to activate our body so that something gets done. If it is a step towards a desire, it has to be done, regardless of whether we enjoy the task or not.

In summary..

My highest recommendation for organize skills is to think on paper.

Get into the habit of writing down your ideas, things to remember, inspirations, and anything at all that weighs on your mind.

Through that process, all other organize skills for your entire life will unfold with time.

The 3 core organize skills to stay aware of and develop are Identification, Organization, and Execution.

Organize Everything despite the 4 Hurdles to Getting Organized

Organizing Everything Has 4 Hurdles To Overcome

Funny how we can pick up all sorts of free tips or books or tape programs on goal setting and the like yet we still never really feel totally sure of how to organize everything.

I discovered why that is.

Goal Setting is a very inspirational and beautiful subject, useful for stimulating public training seminars, and motivating audio programs.

Learning how to organize everything is a far more ‘boring’ topic for most, and so it has not really been well developed outside of corporate business structure.

But for me personally, starting in 1995, I became obsessed with what it would be like to organize everything so that my life (including those goals) could function at a fast pace, fun, exciting, yet completely successfully in terms of my big desires, as well as not wasting ti me muddling about with things that weren’t organized.

Think of your own situation as a case in point.

It’s time to go to the bank. Is everything you need in 1 place that you can find and pick up in 30 seconds, or is everything in 3 places, that you need to hunt for a little bit, and so take 5 minutes to get ready?

That applies to doing anything. Shopping for clothes, groceries, going to work.

You want to organize everything, right?

Here’s the mental tools you need to develop so you can organize everything. Use these helpful organize everything awareness building questions:

Organize Everything Stage 1

Organized Now?

Create a quiet space and time to think about things that ARE currently organized now.

What is currently well organized?

In the past few days what have I done super efficiently?

Do not make the mistake of skipping Stage 1…

It is necessary to support the mind in becoming fully organized. Readers who skip Stage 1 end up coming back to Stage 1 having not made significant progress with any other stage. So get ahead now and do Stage 1 first.

Organize Everything Stage 2

Cause of Current Organization?

What went well?

Why did that go well?

What about that had organize everything status?

Ok, once you have developed so me of that mindfulness you can then begin drilling down into deeper waters.

Organize Everything Stage 3

Ideal Vision of Organization

If I had true 100% [tag]organize everything[/tag] status, what would that really look like in my life? What would be absolutely the best most ideal scenario of personal organization?

Organize Everything Stage 4

What can be organized next?

Write down on paper (or type to computer) but don’t just think it, ink it! (in so me form) everything, and I do me an EVERYTHING that co me s to mind relevant to you getting to organize everything status.

Organize Everything Stage 5

Organize It Continuously

Constantly be aware of how much time each activity takes you to do

Keep the items required for each project/activity/responsibility in as few places as possible

Give your possessions (including bank papers, garden equipment.. everything) there own special ‘ho me ‘ so that you do not waste time finding them, ever..

Then you must beco me diligent about how little ti me it could take you to accomplish each activity if you had ‘organize everything’ status.

I am certain that if you regularly spend ti me going over these 5 stages to organize everything, you will see astonishing positive results quickly. Just from this little article of tips. That should add great confidence for you that you really can, eventually, organize everything.

Resources to Organize Everything

“How long does it take to learn how to organize everything?”

Well, it took me fully 7 years to learn how, and that included reading and listening to every book and tape I could find on the various topics of time management, life management, personal organization, etc.

How To Get Organized Now

Organize Your Life With This Life Direction Road-Maps Free Report

It’s not a great secret that modern life is tough work. What would it look like if your life was highly organized? Even cooking dinner has become a rush job. 50 years ago it was a great leisurely family activity. Now it’s ‘Can you chuck the veg on so I can change that light bulb plus Sarah just called because the kids are missing.”

And that’s just the daily havoc. At some point you might have enough time and emotional energy to think about the longer term… about how to really organize your life for long-term satisfaction beyond the daily grind.

Do you know where your life is headed? Happy with that so far? Waiting for the right time, place and money to be able to really get your life headed in better directions?

Well now you can pick up my Free report called Life Direction Road-Map Workshops that show you the phases of how to rapidly yet thoroughly create road-maps for your life that you can hold in awe in your hands, glancing over just 3 sheets of paper that show you everything going on in your life. Curious? You should be. You’ll soon have it.

Imagine an ideally organized lifestyle where you…

Contribute more to community, friends, family, organizations, etc.
Suffer less stress
Achieve faster career development
Earn and/or save more money
Enjoy the status of more respect from your peers
Obviously the benefits of organized living touch every area of your life in absolutely important ways

Discover for yourself right now a re-released secret system that’s so simple yet so thorough for how to organize your life.

5 Level Organized Living Scale

When you divide organized living intelligently, 5 core levels emerge. And here they are presented for the first time in the diagram.

The foundation of [tag]organized living[/tag] is knowing how to organize.

From that point you must know the things in your life that you want to have as part of your organized lifestyle.

Beyond that, for the 3rd level, you’ll actually [tag]organize your life[/tag] around those important things you identified in level 2.

And now that you’ve got your life ship shape, you’ll have to manage time to carry out all the actual projects and activities that you’ve organized our life towards.

And once you’ve got to grips with your natural [tag]time management skill[/tag], 9 characteristics of your mind become the a limitless journey of [tag]self-improvement[/tag] and fulfilment.

Those 5 levels correspond to the 5 courses that are available on Organized Living World (see the right hand column of any page).

Remember those 5 levels. Consider what level you are mostly on right now. And take the steps necessary to progress. Obviously organized living is one of the most important aspects of our lives.

Now that Organized Living World is actually organizing the details to achieve an organized lifestyle, you can hammer away through those 5 levels efficiently and quickly.

But first, you need to choose where you need to start.

Nathan Shaw
Organizer & Efficiency Trainer
Organized Living World

The 3 Keys of Mind, Body, Spirit Harmony

“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve”

That said by one of history’s richest businessmen.

Clearly someone to pay attention to, but isn’t all this ‘law of attraction‘ stuff just a bunch of airy-fairy mysticism?

Several years back I landed on an idea that I’m neither intelligent enough or knowledgeable enough to fully exploit or explain… I believe it corresponds to a universal principle of creation, and fits various different words and contexts.

Whether for personal success or directly for career success, there are…

There are 3 pillars of your mind and all that you do with it.

ACTION results from the combination of THOUGHT and EMOTION.

Learn to control these things, and we learn to create our life.

Over and over again I have found success to reduce into 3 vital factors:

  1. The clarity of your intent
  2. Your degree of organisation
  3. The use of your energy

Start with these three words:

  • Discover
  • Organize
  • Acquire

See how those three words compare with the next 3 bullet points…

In the context of ‘measuring’ things:

  • The degree (‘amount/level’) of yourintent for excellence
  • The degree of your organization andpreparation
  • The control of your action through time

And an esoteric version:

  • Identify Intent
  • Gather Intent
  • Manifest Intent

Or another variation:

  • Clarification
  • Preparation
  • Execution

Before I lose you with this stuff… consider this simple variation of the formula showing how achievement divides clearly and obviously into 3 factors for getting things done:

  • Know what you want
  • Prepare for it (get ready)
  • Do it
A ‘law of attraction’ way of putting it:
  1. Set the intention
  2. Prepare to receive
  3. Let it come in

Below are notes on those 3 stages of creating whatever you want. These are the 3 Keys threaded throughout the 7 Dimensions of Manifestation.

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one”. – Mark Twain


Key 1: Identify Intent

We have covered the practical application of this Key throughout the course.

It is unfortunate that people are unable or unwilling to allow themselves the self-acceptance and personal power to identify clearly what there heart felt desires are.

Here is some correspondence from someone who read my Life Success Report.

“I have been visiting many different web pages over the last few weeks and months.

I am very much interested in all these subjects about self-development and the related subjects.

Although I have read a lot of books over the last ten years, e.g., Louise L. Hay and similar authors, I have never dared to do it.

So here I am now, nearly forty, trying to sort something out for me. It is just recently that I discovered that I have never had any goals, life goals.

And so I started to try to find out where I am, who I am and where I want to go.”

Before we can accomplish anything, we need to take the time to develop a clear picture of what we want. And yes this will expand and clarify and improve with time. but it is vital to have a starting position as clear as we can make it right now.

“Before everything else, getting ready is the key to success”
– Henry Ford

“Begin it when it is finished”
– Jim Rohn

Mr Jim Rohn narrates a story in which he was to build his first house. He had the land and took people on a virtual tour showing them the fireplace where his descriptions were so vivid that the guest felt he was there and bumped his elbow at the fire place.

Begin it when it’s finished means first to become so clear of what we want that in effect it is complete, at least in our mental reality. And once that is achieved, to then begin it.

Of course this can lead to ‘perfectionism’ and procrastination, so we need to understand Key 2.


Key 2: Gathering Intent


“It is only in the doing that there is the becoming.”

How do we reconcile the contradiction between not taking action until we are well prepared, and the idea that readiness happens only from practice?

Our honest judgement combined with our weekly review keeps us ever mindful of the next movements for each project.

Are you familiar with the anecdote of the airplanes precision in direction? An airplane is on track less than 3% of the time. 97% of the time it is OFF course. So how does it manage to get from a precise point A to a precise point B? By making regular minor changes in direction to re-adjust.

We can always always identify the next action steps towards any desire. If you don’t know what the next thing to do is, well then the next thing to do is sit down and think and write about what the next things to do might be. This will always always always give you enough ideas to pursue to proceed on that aeroplanes path of 97% off course so that we make the micro-adjustments towards our desired outcome.

Organization and preparation gathers our intent (key 2) which means pulling together the energies and resources to lead us to Key 3; the actual manifestation of our intent.

Break desires into projects:

“What about a check-list for helping me to find solutions?”

Great idea! Use the following starting questions to begin a STC for each project.

  • Can I give the task to someone else?
  • Can I ‘buy’ a solution?
  • Have I done my research?
  • Are other people having the same problems?
  • Did they solve it? How? Can I do the same?
  • If I was someone else who could solve it, what would I do? Where would I start?
  • What ideas can I write down as potential solutions, plans, starting points?

Break projects into actions and smaller projects and then into actions.

Schedule the next actions.

And then

3rd: JUST DO IT!

Key 3: Manifest Your Intent

This happens when we take the EXACT action, or achieve the exact RESULT that we need that has the result of ACTUALLY making real something that we desired.

Allow the process to unfold, trust yourself to take the necessary actions and set up the necessary plans.

You can read my ongoing research, interests and integrations inside the 7 Dimensions of Manifestation.

Key 3 is about prioritisation, scheduling, reviewing, and being flexible in your approach to success and to stay on track.

This is covered in detail in the 3rd part of the Folderarchy Formula.

Questions that you can use right now are:

  1. What are the most important areas for me to work on at this time?
  2. What are the next steps?
  3. Am i motivated to do them?
  4. Do i know how to do them?
  5. Do i know how to learn or become able to do them?
  6. When will i do it?

For the detailed essence of how to 1. Discover, 2. Organize, and 3. Acquire, EVERY possible Life Advantage through organizing the 9 permanent principles check out…

The Missing Principles Handbook.

Next page in the Mind Control series: 10 Mind Harmonisers, or visit the main Manifest Your Vision page.

Processing Part 1: Alchemy

The Art of Effecting Change In Your Own and Others Minds

Written in 1998, with a 5th revision in 2004.

Explicitly detailed: Keys for a 21st Century Life-of-Magic

Brace yourself. This might seem a little spooky.

(note: ‘alchemy’ and ‘processing’ are used interchangeably)


Definitions of Magic, Alchemy and Processing

‘Processing’? – It certainly isn’t a new method of pasteurizing milk or making cheese…

It’s synonymous with ‘Magic’, but it’s not about hocus-pocus mysticism or entertainment.

To understand Processing, first understand this definition of Magic:

“The art and science of effecting change in conformity with will.” – Aleicester Crowley

Now lets just take a moment to expand on this:

      • ‘art and science’ – Art as being fluid creative explorative and abstracting. Science as being calculating, definite, concise, measured.
      • ‘effecting change’ – Being the cause and having an effect. Doing stuff that changes stuff. Effecting change in others, one’s self, and one’s environment
      • ‘in conformity with will’ – Your Intent. Your way. Your desire. Your will

So putting it all together:

Magic is the approach of using those expanded ideas of ‘art’ and ‘science’ for the purpose of creating changes in something (career, lifestyle, anything) based upon whatever you want.

I don’t mean to make the ideas seem trivial, I just want to break it down into a really simple clear base-line idea.

I want you to realize that it is not airy-fairy, irrational, or even ‘spiritual’, like so many websites on Magic will make it seem, but rather it is a way of representing and harnessing our development, focus, drive and creativity.

The alchemists and heretics were the scientists, innovators and individualistic self-leaders of antiquity.

Processing represents that same idea of Magic based on using three factors: Destruction, Deconstruction, and Transcendence.

Therefore a definition of Processing:

The art and science of effecting change in conformity with will… via destruction, deconstruction, and transcendence.

Three Factors of Alchemy

      1. Destruction rejects the unwanted outright
      2. Deconstruction systematically clears the unwanted and develops the wanted
      3. Transcendence bypasses irrationality and struggle to leave an ‘out of their world’ Presence

Destruction | Deconstruction | Transcendence


  • Destruction is about death, obliteration, disparagement, smashing, eliminating, destructive side of spontaneity, decisive certainty..


  • Deconstruction is about investigation, analysis, argument, categorizing, consolidation, deep-thought, objectivity, reason, identifying limitations, borders and boundaries..


  • Transcendence is about creativity, intuition, emotion, transformation, freedom, passion, peace, creative side of spontaneity, fluid contextual certainty..

The above provides an orientation to the 3 Factors of Processing.

Processing is the effect of changing our environment or position in life via certain skills and tools that you will easily learn that can give untold understanding and power.

So keep in mind that these 3 factors are used as tools that help us find the path to manifest our desires; effecting the change that we want in our careers and lives.

Next you will see how Processing divides into two applications for our lives.

2 Applications of Alchemical Processing

Processing is valuably split into Internal Alchemy and Societal Alchemy.

Internal Processing

Here we focus directly on YOU. What do you want to do, have, and become. And what’s stopping you?!

Explore Internal Alchemy.

Societal Processing

…is about effecting change in your wider environment. Influencing others through business, science, art, and other value creation and value sharing.

Explore Social Alchemy.

Life Coach

Written around 2004

Life coaching is a form of self-help where what you’re lacking is clarity, or motivation.

Until 2 years ago I’d never had personal coaching.

I’ve made up for it though.

In the past 2 years I’ve had 1 life coach, 1 sales coach, and 1 internet business coach.

That’s near $10,000.

Yikes, that’s a lot of money.

Maybe for some people life coaching is worth while. For me, none of that coaching made me feel much value for money.

On hind sight I should have spent $1,000 on books and audio programs, bought an mp3 player to listen to as I go about everywhere, maybe take a month holiday somewhere hot and sit by a pool and read my books.

Wouldn’t have spent half as much and would have got more input.

But life coaching isn’t or shouldn’t be the input you get. It’s the quality of listening that facilitates your own self discovery. Well I’ve got a questionnaire process that providing you’ve got some personal motivation already, you’ll be able to get out of that what is in my opinion better than most life coaching for personal development.

True I’ve only had 3 coaches so I can’t judge the whole industry of coaching. But these guys were top top top guys.

Edit Jan 2012:

I now realize Coaching can have a very worthwhile place in one’s own personal development but you have to include a lot of factors to make higher priced coaching worthwhile.

My 7 Dimensions of Life Management can do you wonders (if you do the exercises), and I can also now highly recommend Global Information Network for a cost effective, consistent and leading-edge coaching environment.