Image: The Secret Facebook page. Absolutely, you deserve to shoot for the stars and live a really purposeful life.
If you have identified with what makes you tick, and you would like to make some changes - then go ahead and pat yourself on the back for a job well done. I salute you for acknowledging within yourself, that some adjustments and refinements are in order - in improving the quality of your life, and therefore going with the flow of life with less (ideally without any) resistance to what is.
At this point, you should have answered the questions in both Part 1 and Part 2 when it comes to identifying your top priorities in life to begin with - in other words, towards what really makes you tick with enthusiasm and joy. If you have missed these two articles in this series here on Self Avenue, then I highly recommend you read them and answer each question/determinant for yourself. Once you've done the latter, then feel free and come back to this article if you wish to make a couple of shifts in your top priorities.
Go through your answers from both Part 1 and Part 2, and list them down. For example, if health came up - list that. If having massages came up, again list that. Go through all of your answers, and for every time health comes up (for example) keep a tally.
Naturally, the area/s of your life with the highest scores/tallies are those areas of your life that are your top priorities right now. Depending on you and the speed of change, these can (and for many people do) change every couple of months. This is why it is great to keep coming to these articles every so often for a life priority 'health check' so to speak.
If you're happy, fantastic. If you'd like to make some changes, and say that your lifestyle was your highest priority, and your finances are your second highest priority - yet you'd like your finances (saving money and building wealth) to be your highest priority in life - then all you now need to do is ask a quality question. The quality of the questions you ask yourself, clearly determines the quality of your life.
Therefore, in this scenario you would ask:
"How can saving money and building wealth build my lifestyle?"
List as many benefits as you can. Such examples could be:
Having more money gives me a better lifestyle where I don't have to worry about money.
Money allows me the opportunity to fly around the country which I love doing, and therefore helps me make more money on business trips.
Flying around also gives me an abundance of Frequent Flyer points, of which I can use to boost my lifestyle in a myriad of ways.
I can retire earlier
I can scale back my working hours for some extra me time
And so on.
When you're inspired, amazing shifts can take place in your life. This is liberating. Have fun with this and don't rush. Just trust the process.