What Entails the Ideal Lifestyle?
Since the goal of this newsletter is to assist you in defining, carving out, and living your own Ultimate Lifestyle, I decided to dedicate some space to providing the necessary framework for doing so.
Knowing where a target is is necessary before you can strike it.
Let’s begin by responding to the following query:
The Ultimate Lifestyle is what?
First of all, it varies for various individuals. No guidelines or formulae exist. For some individuals, it entails having a wealthy lifestyle, having a lot of “things,” and living on the go constantly. Others see it as leading a very straightforward, leisurely lifestyle that emphasizes helping others. Others experience every event in between these two “extremes,” as well.
There is no such thing as a good or terrible lifestyle.
There is just what functions for you, and that probably changes over time. It certainly has for me.
There are 8 elements that must be taken into account regardless of how you choose to define the Ultimate Lifestyle for yourself, both now and in the future:
1) Streams of Income
You need to have a steady stream of income in order to pay your expenses and afford all the “extras” you want in order to live your Ultimate Lifestyle. The ultimate goal in this area, in my opinion, is to be able to select what you want to show up (even if it still counts as “work” or a “job”) by having revenue streams that continue to flow whether you “show up” for “work” or not.
I was able to do so by combining my Invisible Path/11th Element methods with direct marketing both online and offline.
Many people think that having revenue streams that continue to flow whether you show up or not is “pie in the sky,” yet in the modern world, it is really extremely doable. In later editions, you’ll find out more about how to accomplish it.
2) Beliefs and Emotions
Many individuals struggle to design their Ultimate Lifestyle due of emotional obstacles, problems, or beliefs (what I refer to as “p.s.s.” or “master biography files”) that prevent them from moving forward.
Other individuals have achieved exceptional successes and could live their Ultimate Lifestyle, but they are unable to do so or completely enjoy it due to their obstacles, problems, or beliefs.
Living The Ultimate Lifestyle must thus entail having access to tools and inner abilities that let you identify and get rid of any barriers, problems, or beliefs holding you back. In upcoming issues, you’ll find out more about how to achieve that.
3) Satisfaction and Fulfillment
Getting the most joy and happiness out of what you do with your time, whether you have a 9 to 5 job and profession, are a full-time parent, or do anything else, is a huge part of living The Ultimate Lifestyle.
Many people don’t concentrate on it, don’t ask for it, and as a result, they don’t receive it. You must include it in your goals and intentions!
4) Living Conditions
Where and how would you want to reside? A mountainous area? In a large city? Above water? Multiple dwellings Do you prefer living in a large or small house? Do you value your privacy or the view outside your windows? Do you like antiques, contemporary furniture, or an eclectic mix?
By addressing these questions and establishing a basis that feeds you deeply, you can live the Ultimate Lifestyle. In search of the nurturing living environment, we yearned for, my family just relocated to Charlottesville, Virginia—and we got it, much more than we anticipated!
If you’re alone (and don’t want to be) or your relationships with significant others (parents, siblings, kids, associates, etc.) are a mess, what good are income streams, a healthy emotional life, empowering belief systems, a great living environment, and a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction from how you spend your time? Believe me, I have long-term personal experience with this one (before I met my wife, Cecily).
To attract, create, and sustain good relationships, you must have access to resources and inner abilities if you want to live The Ultimate Lifestyle.
Yet again, if you have health issues that lower your quality of life, what good are Many streams, a healthy emotional life, powerful belief systems, a fantastic living environment, fulfillment and contentment, and excellent relationships?
According to Dr. Robert Lindberg, “We spend the majority of our lives accumulating riches, and then we spend the majority of our fortune on regaining our health.”
Living The Ultimate Lifestyle entails having access to the information, tools, and abilities you need to become healthy, remain healthy, and act fast to address problems when they develop. In earlier issues, I spoke about some of the resources I use for this, and I’ll keep sharing them in future issues.
If you don’t have time to do what you love, pursue your non-work hobbies, or actually enjoy anything, what’s the purpose of having a healthy emotional life, powerful belief systems, a beautiful living environment, fulfillment and contentment, excellent relationships, and good health? I am aware of several individuals who have the opportunity to live their Ultimate Lifestyle but instead decide to overwork themselves and suffer as a result. It’s unfortunate that you could do it, but choose not to.
8) Financial Planning, Management, and Accountability
Having systems in place to use your income streams to create wealth (as you define it), manage it, grow it, and protect it, structure your financial and business affairs for maximum efficiency and personal
Benefit, and find ways to contribute and give back (if that’s important to you, as it is to my wife and me), are the final element of living The Ultimate Lifestyle.