Unstoppable Life Map Explanation

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Have you set up your Unstoppable Life Map?

I designed my own which I share with you in this video. An Unstoppable Life Map is a set of goals you set up which encompass core categories of your life. It includes both personal and business goals and is helpful to keep your vision and life purpose alive!

The Unstoppable Life Map Consists Of:

My Mission Statement
My Business
My Relationships
My Health
My Contribution
My Spirituality

Who Will I Become To Achieve My Ultimate Goals and Visions?

Why Must I Absolutely do This?

My New Unstoppable View of The Present, The Past, and The Future

It is developed by listing your Top 4 Goals For The Year and Your Ultimate Vision In Each Category.

I am a fan of Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich” and I’ve included his list of Blessings as a part of my Unstoppable Life Map.

1. Sound Health
2. Peace of Mind
3. Labor of Love of your own choice
4. Freedom From Fear and Worry
5. A Positive Mental Attitude
6. Material Riches of Your Own Choice and Quantity

You don’t know where you are going if you don’t set goals. I will be happy to guide you if you want to create your own Unstoppable Life Map.

 

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38 thoughts on “Unstoppable Life Map Explanation

  1. Raena,
    reading your post… as other times, it sure gets me going in many ways… it must be your passion to share:-0

    Your “Unstoppable Life Map Explanation” was just something myself and my present biz coach have discussed to come up with soon.. and guess what? Now, thanks to you, I can share your version to him and for certain we will implement it or at least, add to it since we do have different needs..

    Thanks so much for all your great sharings Raena,
    we will put them into great use.

    All the best.
    Nick C

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Nick,

      Yes, you are more than welcome to use my version as you wish. You have the freedom to customize it so it pertains to your goals. I wish you great success!

      Raena Lynn

  2. Kristen
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    It is important to map your life according to your priorities and goals. It sounds like you unstoppable map is pretty comprehensive, whereas some people map out their career goals or goals in another area of their life.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Kristen,

      You are a sweetie for coming by. It took a lot of soul searching to look at the big picture of your life…focusing on the why and your purpose. I’m really enjoying our hangouts!

      Raena Lynn

  3. Hello Raena,

    I have never seen this done before in such a way and can imagine it is helpful on one piece of paper too. Yours look rather artistic and colourful on the video. Wishing you success with all that you are aspiring to. πŸ™‚

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Sadie,

      After I created the life map, I had it designed in graphic software so it is something I can post on a wall. Thanks for stopping by…I’m on my way to check out your Facebook Ads Infographic. I’ve been using Facebook Ads and I’m very curious to see the statistics!

      Raena Lynn

  4. Absolutely love the idea of building an unstoppable life map and I love Napolean Hills blessings. I think I’ll add them to my vision board. Definitely positive affirmations work.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Barbara,

      Hey, congratulations on your recent progress! You are on the right track. I must agree that Napolean Hills blessings are super powerful, simple, and a list I can work towards. You probably have read his book, “Think and Grow Rich” and he states that these are the blessings all of us are born with and deserve. The problem is many people either do not accept them, don’t know they exist, or believe they deserve them. They pursue life in scarcity, rather than prosperity. I love all of them, but I especially like “A Labor of Love of your own choice.” It sure does not sound like a job! Imagine a life living all 6!

      Raena Lynn

  5. Nile
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    I write down all my hopes, goals and dreams almost like a to do list. This year was when I promised myself that I would do whatever it took to become better as a person, especially health-wise. It is always important to have some life plans.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Nile,

      I agree. There needs to be some type of guide to first establish our direction, and to keep us on track. I know you will do whatever it takes to fulfill your goals. You are already an awesome person!

      Raena Lynn

  6. Micahel
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    This is a great and simple explanation of how to set up a life map. What a great idea. I have seen some plans similar to yours which are overwhelmingly complex. I know in my heart of hearts that if I tried to follow them, I would be absolutely lost after only a minute or two.

    But your plan, that I can do. πŸ™‚

    And I really like how you added in Napoleon Hill’s list of blessings. Understanding that we have that power of choice is really powerful.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Michael,

      This is a very simple, yet powerful life map. I would think you would have something similar? Napolean Hill’s blessings seem to complete my life map so that is why I added them. That is the fun part. We have the choice to create anything we want! Thank you for your visit πŸ™‚

      Raena Lynn

  7. Julia Reed says:

    Hi Raena,
    That’s a great idea to view your goals and dreams like a to-do list. I’ve read a lot about the visualization of success. This to-do list must be a kind of visualization. Frankly speaking, I make to-to lists at the beginning of every year and every month. The hardest thing is to stick to them for a long term.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Julia,

      I think it is awesome idea to create a goal list every month! I agree long term is more challenging, but it is great to have a guide for your purpose in all areas of your life. Thank you for your visit.

      Raena Lynn

  8. Hi Raena, I love your idea for creating an unstoppable life map. I have a vision board and I also set up my goals both for my personal and business life for what I want to accomplish on a short and long term basis. This has really helped me to stay focused. Thanks for sharing the good video and insights!

  9. Laura Morris says:

    I love it Raena!! Limitless! Larry and I will make one as soon as possible. We have created dream boards, mind movies and manifested amazing things in our lives because of the clear spotlight we shined on those goals, along with the absolute intention, and definiteness of purpose as Napoleon says. I like this because you can read it daily with emotion!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Laura,

      Great to see you again! I really love dream boards too! I, along with my two daughters created our own vision boards when they were young, and it is amazing what became a reality for all of us in time. As an example, my oldest daughter had selected several pictures of Europe and travel when she was 13 years old. Since then, she has visited 8 European countries. Recently I started a new one because mine needed to be updated! Thanks for the reminder.

      Raena Lynn

  10. Sarah Arrow
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    I just love the idea of an unstoppable life map, the title and everything it contains is so compelling, I feel you can’t fail to achieve your goals by creating one, and I want to create one right now – thanks for sharing this powerful mindset tool.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Sarah,

      Thanks for visiting. It is sometimes easy to lose sight of your “bigger purpose.” This life helps me to stay on track and to remind me to stay aligned with my values.

      Raena Lynn

  11. Terrific post Raena and I love your life map! Mine is similar as far as the information however being the artsy fartsy kinda gal I am it looks more like a paiting – got it right here next to my computer though so I look up at it pretty often during the day and I love it!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Marquita,

      I’ll bet you are diligent about referring back to your life map! You make a great point that it is very important to review our mission and purpose and make sure we are on track.

      Raena Lynn

  12. Hi, Raena! Thanks for sharing this great topic. I’ve put somewhat of a life map together and I’ve got it stored as a page on Evernote. But yours looks a lot more artistic and fun. I love Napoleon Hill’s list of blessings. And finally, the Why and the Who I have to become to reach these goals struck me as particularly helpful.

  13. Hi Raena,

    Thank you for sharing. I think this life map is a great idea. I’ll have to do the same and see if I can get similar benefits out of it. Thank you again.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Gary,

      Thanks for stopping by. Let me know if you put one together!

      Raena Lynn

  14. Alan Jenkin
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    Thanks so much for sharing this, Raena.

    Being a “structure” person, I have been floundering for a while attempting to do something like this without a template. This gives me a great starting point to structure the things I have already put together, and also shows some gaps.

    A couple of questions:
    Do you find you need to review and possibly change this, and if so about how often?
    How do you formulate your Mission Statement? I have tried several, but have difficulty finding one that really serves me.

    Thanks for the post, and particularly the video.

    Alan

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Alan,

      Since this is my life map, I have the freedom to change it, if I want. So far I have not had a need to change it, but if I did, I would! I suppose it depends upon where you are in your life. I’ve changed a lot through personal development and a lot of hard work, however, I believe my core mission and purpose has slowly been developing along with my personal transformations and my life map emerged from those changes. I added and supplemented it until I was happy with the content and I felt it reflected my core beliefs. I don’t see any problem with revising whatever you feel needs to be revised.

      You are more than welcome to start with mine, then customize it to fit you. Simply pm me on Facebook, and I will send you a start mission and purpose.

      Raena Lynn

  15. Raena Lynn,

    You too much! You just have to love it, the way you given us one more amazing supportive tool to use with staying focused.

    I have never herd of this type of chart yet many have called it something else and it changes based on this is a lifetime journey. Once, you have accomplished each area it changes and that is something your hands on coaching will share with all your readers.

    I love it and keep it next to my other vision boards. That is it with detail to each area and works.

    Raena Lynn, thanks for being you! We all love and appreciate your great insight and the love that is in every supportive actions you have shared. You just remarkable and one of our greatest coaches in this industry.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi William,

      There has been a lot of transitions going on as you know with our tribes and increased activity in everything. That is my perception lately. Groups, communities, and activity is on the rise. It seem more competitive and active. This is the time when a life map is useful. It helps me to stay focused on what is important. It shows the bigger picture, rather than getting bent out of shape by the daily encounters which are not appealing sometimes! After I posted my video, I sat down an engaged with the words to see if they apply. I was surprised. There is nothing at this stage that I need to change. I’m perfectly happy with it. I’ve enjoyed everyone’s heartfelt comments. Yours were especially kind. Thank you for your visit!

      Raena Lynn

  16. Sue Price
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    Hi Raena

    I have only seen very complex life maps before. I had a friend who used to do them for people and they were very pictorial. I like your idea and the simplicity of it.

    I also love your inclusion of Napoleon Hill’s blessings. I liked your video too.

    Sue

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Sue,

      My favorite part of my life map is Napolean Hill’s blessings. This one is simple, but powerful. I appreciate your visit. I’m thrilled you are a part of our “mastermind” group!

      Raena Lynn

  17. Adrienne
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    Well I’ve never heard of this before Raena so thank you for sharing this with us. Holding it up in your video at least helped me see what it was that you were outlining.

    I’ve never thought to put one of these together so thanks for sharing this. Huh, I have some thinking to do now.

    Thanks and enjoy your week. Guess I’ll see you tomorrow.

    ~Adrienne

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Adrienne,

      Now that you mention it, I probably should have held it up longer! It is a little different than vision boards etc. but it give you a very mission and purpose. I like the way it is divided into core sections, but it can be adapted any way someone chooses. This particular life map has a nice balance of professional, personal and spiritual goals. I have to read it regularly to keep me focused on my overall goals. Thank you for your thoughtful comments.

      Raena Lynn

  18. Jupiter Jim
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    Raena Lynn,

    Thanks for this great post! Love the video because sometimes it’s easier to just watch a video! I love Napoleon Hill but didn’t know about those blessings. Good stuff! This unstoppable life map is a really important thing and you explained it really well.

    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Jim,

      Thanks for the nice comments. My life map was not something that was created in one sitting. It took awhile to sort everything out and decide what is the most important goals and they had to be aligned with my values. Yes, it really helps with clarity and gives me direction and purpose. It is strange that so many people have heard of Napolean Hill and read his books, but not aware of his Blessings. I’m happy to share because they are so simple, yet very powerful. If someone can embrace all of them, they would truly be an extremely happy human being!

      Raena Lynn

  19. Michael A. Buccilli
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    Raena, this is an excellent post. I truly like the term “Unstoppable Life Map”. I had actually started to write mine at the beginning of this year though I hadn’t actually named it anything profound. I touched on the topic briefly in our first “Team Hangout” together with Kristen.

    I learned very early in life that one of the reasons that some people spend way to much time feeling like a “failure” and are not able to make their dreams come true is because no one has made them realize that you need to have a plan of action.

    Writing out your goals, your plan for both you personal life and business life and reading it often will allow you to keep focused and also give you much satisfaction as each written goal is attained.

    I thank you for sharing this post; the knowledge that you have. I look forward to our ensuing Networking Superstars “Hangouts”.

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Michael,

      Thank you for you compliments. When I read this comment, “one of the reasons that some people spend way to much time feeling like a β€œfailure” and are not able to make their dreams come true is because no one has made them realize that you need to have a plan of action.” If people who feel they are “failures” transferred the time spent (hundreds of hours of wasted time and energy) with those thoughts and switched them to goal setting, visioning, and personal development, maybe they would see a change in their life. I think it is naturally easier to feel depressed, and negative. It takes more strength and character to step out of that mess and focus on what you want. Focus on the positive and design your life instead of “letting things happen” and “feeling like a failure.” Goals are my way of staying focused on all levels. I have daily, quarterly, annual, and life goals. I can’t imagine not setting and living them, but I know there are so many people that aimlessly wander through life not realizing, as you said, they need to have a plan of action. Thanks for visiting πŸ™‚

      Raena Lynn

  20. Yorinda
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    Hi Raena,

    your list of things to add to your ‘unstoppable life map’ is awesome and I like the way you added the list of blessings, or what I would call things to appreciate, on there as well!

    It makes a lot of sense to create a life map like you are suggesting, which in a way is an extended version of a vision board.

    Thank you so much for sharing this helpful post.

    Love and Light
    from
    Yorinda

    1. Raena Lynn
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      Hi Yorinda,

      Thank you for visiting and commenting. I really appreciate when you share my content. I love the “List of Blessings” at the end too. I felt by adding those to the Unstoppable Life Map, it “completed” my goals and vision for my life. I love all of them, but I really like #3, “A Labor of Love of your own choice.” All six are significant but we spend so much time working, whether it is a job or a home business, isn’t it wonderful to be doing something that you love every day? Imagine if everyone kept that blessing! I love what I do, so I feel I am fortunate. Napolean Hill’s List of Blessings are six concepts which every person is blessed with when they come into this world. We are meant to have all of them, but somehow as we grow and live through each phase of life, we are accountable for obstacles, worry, fear, and negativity we add to our lives. We don’t have to mess up a great thing, but we do. For me it is an inspiration that Napolean Hill teaches a different perception and belief system. We can empower ourselves to keep these blessings, if we believe we deserve them.

      Raena Lynn

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