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Predict Your Future

For thousands of years people have been searching for a way to accurately predict their future.

Some believe that the motion of the stars and planets somehow influence our destinies. Others speculate that the lines on an individual’s palm or the arrangement of tea leaves in the bottom of a cup can provide an insight into what lies ahead.

Unfortunately, none of these systems have a very high success rate. However, there is one way to predict your future with incredible accuracy.

The most effective technique for predicting your future does not involve creating a Numerological Chart. Instead it involves creating a Habitual Activity Chart.

Here’s how it works.

A Habitual Activity Chart contains 21 cells that each represent a specific block of time outside of your working hours.

More than anything else, it is the regular weekly activities that you pursue during these blocks of time that will determine the nature of your future.

Let’s take a look at an example so that you can see exactly how this works.

When Lucy sat down to predict her future by creating a Habitual Activity Chart, she thought about the activities that she pursued on a regular basis during the week.

Her initial chart looked like this:

As Lucy’s Habitual Activity Chart shows, her main weekly habits outside of work hours involved stopping off for a coffee and croissant each morning, having lunch with her fellow teachers at lunchtime and relaxing in the evenings in front of the television.

When Lucy assessed her Habitual Activity Chart, she asked herself the important question:

“What will my future look like if I continue to pursue these habits?”

Lucy realized that her current weekly habits were leading her towards a future that she didn’t really like the look of.

She was also surprised to find that her habits were in no way aligned with the most important goals in her life which were:

(1) To write a children’s book
(2) To get fit
(3) To find her life partner

Lucy therefore decided to make some changes. Her revised Habitual Activity Chart looked like this:

Lucy changed her morning routine to spend an hour each day working on her book. She also decided to use the school gym at lunchtime three times a week and set aside some time to make dating a priority.

By changing her Habitual Activity Chart, Lucy was able to change directions and establish the habits that would lead her to a new future that was more in line with her most important goals.

Now it’s your turn…

By creating your own Habitual Activity Cart and learning to analyze your weekly habits, you too can quickly gain a powerful insight into what the future has in store for you.

The most exciting part about this technique is that if you don’t like the future that your current habits are leading you towards, all you have to do is change your habits.

Remember, your weekly habits crystallize to form your character, and ultimately it is your character that determines your future in life.

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