During the next few weeks you will use this worksheet to revise the plan you prepared on your mission or to create a life plan now that you are home.
What were the most important lessons I learned on my mission?
What are some of the most fundamental priorities of my life?
What is God’s purpose for my life? What will I do with my potential?
What challenges do I face in realizing my purpose?
What motivates me to overcome temptation and live righteously so the Lord can guide and strengthen me?
How will these skills help me succeed in my education and future employment?
How much money does a family in my area need each month to live a safe, modest life?
Write three jobs that interest you. Try to speak with people who do these jobs. Ask them, “What education, training, and experience were required for you to be hired. What are the most exciting and difficult parts of this job? Does this job provide enough income to support a family?”
Where do I want to be spiritually and temporally in one year? In five years? Why?
How am I working with the Lord to solve my problems?
What habits from my mission do I want to continue now that I’m home? Who can help me and hold me accountable?
What counsel did I receive from my mission president?
What am I doing each day to feel the Spirit in my life?
Identify some of the skills you developed or strengthened on your mission.
Persistence (the ability to handle rejection)
Teaching new ideas
Getting along with others
Responsibility for others
Finding people to teach
Physical endurance and stamina
Building relationships of trust
Planning and organizing
Relying on the Lord’s timing