Your Life is a Rough Draft

Have you ever given yourself permission to write a rough draft for your life?

Instead of creating goals, create drafts.  They are more flexible and allow for more creativity.

Drafts are guides which lead to goals and results.

Momentum Monday Assignment:

Write a rough draft of 10 things you could do in the next 6 months to spice up your life.

Don’t censor, just draft.  A draft is a place to dream.  Most of us quit dreaming when we graduate from High School or College.

Let me know if you feel less pressure when you call it a draft versus a plan?

4 Responses to “Your Life is a Rough Draft”

  1. Georgina,

    You have been assigned #1 fan status on Expert in the Rough.

    Thanks for reading.


  2. Christen,

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog. You practice what you preach. I am glad to be a part of your 1% club.

    I look forward to reading your blog as well.


  3. Great post Brian. It’s good advice for someone like me.

    I think that too often I get stuck trying to follow the “final” copy, when really, multiple draft edits make the best work.

  4. I like this idea, the concept of a draft definitely removes the fear on inability to deliver which often prevents us from dreaming at all. I’ve been thinking of creating a plan for all my goals for the next semester, but I think I’ll go ahead and call it a draft and dream a little bigger. :)