1. How to Write a Personal Development Plan
Search for the things you want in life. These are your long-term goals.
As a twenty-something, you're in one of the scariest phases of life. Everything feels chaotic, and there are many frustrations. Figuring out what you want is not only the first step in planning. It's also the hardest. Once you've figured out what you want to do, that dream acts as an emotional anchor; it provides stability and structure in a time of chaos.
Your life goals should be challenging; they should feel enormous, scary, and overwhelming.
You will break them down into tiny baby steps, making them feel manageable and achievable, and you will achieve them.
But, before you do that, your goals should overwhelm you. This is because you're thinking and planning for your future. And, it's normal and natural to feel scared; it's your life you're planning, and that's a serious matter.