Is life a constant trade-off that we can’t win?

Do you believe that we need to sacrifice some areas of life, in order to have success in others?

Like giving up our family time for our careers.

Or giving up social events for our health goals.

Most people often feel like life is just a series of sacrifices they are forced to make in order to make some headway in another area of life.

And a result, we often end up feeling stuck, unfulfilled, and incomplete.

The reason this happens is simple:

Most of us are clueless as to what we really want, or how to get it.

And often, what we think we want is simply a projection forced on us by others.

What we should do instead, according to lifestyle design experts Jon and Missy Butcher –

Is to examine our entire lives, and define our personal vision of success by creating something they call a ‘Life Vision.’

(And as crazy as it sounds, it’s simply a 2-page document that details your ideal life.)

You may remember me introducing you to Jon in my previous email.

Creating a Life Vision is the life-changing process that Jon and his wife Missy use to create extraordinary outcomes in all 12 dimensions of life, all at once.

For instance, they are financially free with a portfolio of socially responsible companies.

They are grandparents in their 50s, yet are also in the best shape of their lives.

They enjoy a thrilling romance even after decades of marriage.

And they even built a dream lifestyle which includes a home so breathtaking, it was featured on Oprah.

But how they created this Life Vision is just as fascinating as the words on this document.

Jon and Missy developed a systematic process known as Lifebook.

Which has become a global phenomenon loved by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

And they’re about to host a free masterclass where they’ll share precisely how to create your personal Life Vision.

I can’t recommend this one highly enough – join us:

Reserve your free spot on the Design Your Ultimate Life masterclass with Jon and Missy Butcher here >>>