What Environment Do I Want to Be In?
The physical environment you want to be in can affect all three portions of your life cycle (People, Mindset, and Situations). It can surround you with people of a certain demographic and affect the majority of your interactions, but these can have a positive or negative effect depending on the other selections you make for your path. Here is a list of environments that people might enjoy and that they may desire their path to progress toward. When considering various environments, keep in mind that many of them involve the energy that is received or that is needed to maintain them.
In many cases, the environment can make the rest of the life cycle fall into place. People can decide from the moment they embark on their chosen path to be in the geographical location that their path leads them to. For example, an aspiring singer may desire to move to Nashville even if it means living on the streets and having a minimum wage job. If their path centers on singing, the chances of becoming a singer while living in Fargo may not be the best, even if they make exceptionally good money working in an oil field. Someone may be able to make a great deal of money for a few years working a fishing industry job in a remote region of the world but then they would not make connections with people needed to gain a political career. Moving to the right location may result in less success at first, but by moving where they will meet people in the music industry, further building a better probability of progressing on their desired path.
Environment seeps into us whether we want it too or not. Just picking a location with the ambient energy around that matches or exceeds our desired end game will add value. We don’t all need high energy, in fact such environments may be the opposite of these needed for production of creative work. I am not saying everyone move to the city or to the center of government. No, just take some time to determine what aligns with your needs both on an interpersonal and career level.
Come back next week as we continue to explore the next question on the list of how to personalize a path that works for us.