A Direction Principle That Shapes Your Intellect, Emotions and Will

As you Refocus your Life to reflect your Personal Mission in each area of your life, you will know what actions to take on your journey.

The two Life-Coaching Tools listed below are interrelated. They are designed to help women know how to refocus their life so they are living in alignment with their Personal Mission. They will have discovered their Personal Mission in the previous principle, Activate Your Mission-Session 1.

1. Participant Book page 93

Map of Life: Know where you are now

2. Participant Book page 95
God’s perspective – Areas of Life: Identify where God desires you to be


The first tool gives a chance for the women to plot on the Map of Life (Participant Book page 93) the reality scores that reflect their current life in relationship to the seven areas of life. These scores, indicated in red, are generated from the questionnaire on Participant Book pages 88-92.


The second tool guides them in discovering what their life will look like in the seven areas of life if they are living in alignment with their personal mission. The scoring should reflect the priority of time and energy they believe God wants them to give to each area of life. The scoring does not relate to their current life nor is it a measure of their effort. This second scoring, indicated in blue, reflects what they envision their life will look like if they refocus to live in alignment with their Personal Mission.

Afterward, they will turn back to the Map of Life (Participant Book page 93.) Using the scores from God’s Perspective – Areas of Life (Participant Book page 95), they will add a second plotting on the Map of Life. This will help them identify the gap between what their life looks like now in the seven areas of life (red score) and how their life will look if they live in accordance with their God-given mission (blue score). It will pose the question, “What actions do I need to take to refocus my priorities, time and energy to live more in alignment with my God-given mission every day?” The plotting reflects reality versus God’s perspective, which then leads to the actions that would fill the gap.