Have you ever noticed how things that are not important to you go into the bin, the attic, or the storage closet?
By contrast, you keep the things that are important to you where you can see them, either at home or at work.
What does your life demonstrate through your space? .
When you look around your home or office, do you see family photos, sports trophies, business awards and books?
Do you see beautiful objects, comfortable furniture for friends to sit on?
Or souvenirs of favorite places you’ve visited? Perhaps your space is full of games, puzzles, DVDs, CDs, or other forms of entertainment. Whatever you see around you is a very strong clue as to what you value most.
What 3 things fill your space?
Again, you always find money for things that are valuable to you, but you never want to part with your money for things that are not important to you. So, your choices about spending money tell you a great deal about what you value most.
Now, at this point, you might be noticing some overlap: some similarities between what you fill your space with and how you spend your time, energy, and money.
That is healthy. It means that you have already aligned a lot of your values, goals, and daily activities. If you notice a lot of divergence between the answers to these first four questions, you might benefit from bringing your values and goals into deeper alignment.
In which three ways do you spend your money?