What exactly is a manifesto?
The definition from Webster is “a written statement declaring publicly the intentions, motives, or views of its issuer”.
Long before I had this blog or even an iPhone app, I created my own manifesto after so many years of not doing anything about the life I had. Sad, frustrated, and fed up, I came home from work one night, typed it, and I put it on my wall.
I didn’t think too long about what to write. I just wrote whatever came to mind.
I reminded myself to stop wasting time. For so many years I wanted change, but didn’t do anything about it. I needed to start making the changes I wanted. I needed to it today, tomorrow, and everyday until I reached my ideal life. No more just trying half way. I needed to be fully committed.
From that moment, the manifesto reminded me every day to remember what I need to do. I’d see it in the morning and before I went to bed. It kept me focused when I felt unmotivated.
It gave me the kick the ass that I so truly needed.
I declared on paper what I was going to do, and I had to make sure I followed through.
Now I want to help kick your ass.
A Manifesto for You
I wanted to create another manifesto for the Get Busy Living community. A way to inspire you if you’re feeling stuck in life.
Use this manifesto to guide how you should approach life.
Use it as a reminder of what you live for and what you stand for.
Want a copy to print out? Just download the PDF file right here. (click to open in new window or right click to save)
Print it out and put it in a place where you can see it every day.
If you love it, please spread the word. Tweet it. Facebook it. Pin it. Google+ it. I know there’s many out there that need something to inspire and motivate them. There are lots of people out there who feel stuck in life. It doesn’t have to be that way.