The second way is to use FLP to explore our current life’s future events, where we would look to view different future options to existing current life issues. An example of this may be that you have been employed by the same organisation for 10 years. Your job is no longer challenging, but it’s safe, you know it like the back of your hand, it’s close to home and the people are friendly and reliable. Let’s pretend now that you get headhunted by an international organisation and offered a new job, it is more pay and a greatchance to learn and grow, but the job is based in Europe and would stretch you out of your comfort zone. What do you do? What decision do you make? And how do you arrive at that decision?
FLP could be the answer! Through FLP you could view what your life would look like if you choose to take the leap of faith and accepted the new job in Europe, and, alternatively you could view how your life would pan out if you stayed with the same organisation that you have been with for 10 years and worked your days out there with them.
This is an exciting way to take charge of your future. The way forward is in your hands.
“You can’t go back to the start and make a new beginning, but you can start from now and make a new end”. Anon