A life project is a planning of a series of activities that are related to each other in order to achieve a specific goal or objective.
This type of planning is directly related to the person who carries it out; he organizes himself, raises his possibilities and proceeds to execute.
Characteristics of a Life Project
- To start a life project, you must make a personal evaluation of yourself: you need to state your strengths and weaknesses honestly and sincerely, and based on that, plan and work.
- It is a personal plan in the short, medium and long term: that is, it is a planning of a goal that you have in mind to execute and achieve over a long period of time.
- Life projects do not necessarily deal with a specific point: they can be study, work, travel, acquisition of goods, among others.
- Projects are set to achieve an objective: every life project has a specific goal, its purpose is to achieve it and fulfill the proposed goal.
- In order to carry out a life project, certain steps must be taken to follow; A life project is not accomplished by itself, or overnight, you must have discipline and perseverance in order to achieve the goal.
- Every life project must be progressive and continuous: each one of the actions to be carried out must be considered step by step.
- It must be fundamentally achievable and executable: you must know exactly where you are and where you are going, propose options and possibilities. Self-reflection is one of the fundamental pillars for the execution of a life project.
- You must be mature and responsible when making a decision: if the decisions you must make are based on your project, you should do it, but if doing so you make a mistake along the way, do not worry, it is normal, you just have to be attentive and acknowledge when you make a mistake.
- You need to take risks when starting a project.
- You must make an evaluation of your social environment and the context in which you are located.