Lifestyle Design is to a great extent knowing your core mission in life, what drives you everyday, and what you know you are here to do in each season of life.

When that drive is strong, you find a way to fund it!  You find a way to buy yourself the freedom you must have in Joe and Margoorder to live it!  Even if your passion is helping others, you must have the freedom to do that.

Part of your livelihood is in creating valuable offerings others need and want so you can finance the Lifestyle Design you envision, and have the freedom to continue in that BIG and MEANINGFUL work you are called to do (no matter how big or small it really is).

This involves managing the delivery of what you offer, too (delegation, team building, innovation, systems, etc).

What are YOU doing to create YOUR lifestyle Design?

Please, share your comments, thoughts, experiences, or reflections below!

Are You Funding Your Lifestyle Design?
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3 thoughts on “Are You Funding Your Lifestyle Design?

  • 04/06/2013 at 10:27 am
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    Margo, what a great description – lifestyle design. Every moment of every day seems to be about lifestyle design for me. I’ve realized recently I love having control over my freedom. The word “control” seems like a restrictive, non freedom kind of thing; however, for me it’s ALL about freedom. One thing I’m focusing on right now is simplifying my business model and sales process to liberate me and create massive focus. Now that’s FREEDOM!

  • 04/04/2013 at 1:36 am
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    I love the title, “Lifestyle Design!” You’re right, that we find the funds/means to do what we do when we have the drive. Every day I am working towards my goals!

  • 04/03/2013 at 4:37 pm
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    Love this Margo! Was just speaking to someone about this yesterday that I love being an entrepreneur as I get to share my skills and talents with the people that need them, make money doing something I love, and I get to fund my passions and lifestyle! 🙂 I love that you phrase it lifestyle design as it is active – we design the lifestyle we want. That is so key.

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