End Your Year with a Detailed December


It’s hard to believe that we are in the last month of 2014.  But it’s our reality.

Another reality is that we still have time to achieve any goals and dreams we have set for this year.  However, to end the year well, we must make this month a Detailed December.

I think it’s fascinating watching automotive detailers.  Automotive detailers go beyond the run of the mill vacuum and wash job.  They don’t leave one stone unturned when it comes to cleaning cars.  These professionals pay close attention to the tiny details to make our cars look spectacularly eye-catching.

Detail Your Life


Just as the automotive detailer, we ought to find ourselves detailing our lives the same way.  Detailing our lives means we thoroughly treat or clean the specifics of our lives.  For an example, let’s look at detailing being a better person.  The specifics may include the following:

1. Cleaning up your group of friends,

2. Changing the language you use,

3. Committing to positive influences (books, music, etc.).

Keep in mind a few things when detailing your life.  Everything may not need your full attention, but there are important areas of life we should detail more than others.  Those things that matter most include areas such as spiritual, family, personal, and professional development.  These things will require our full attention.  There also may be other areas of your life that are just as important, so the same care and awareness should be given to those areas too.

“Our attentiveness improves with better planning, prioritization, and purposeful living.”

We need to become life detailers.  Being a life detailer starts with self-evaluation.  Once we become good at detailing our own lives, it will lead to further opportunities to help others.

It’s Worth Your Time


When you first start detailing your life, it may take you investing more time than you expected.  I promise as you consistently detail the various areas of your life, you will become quicker at the detailing process.  Here’s the life detailing process:

1. Discover an area in need of detailing:

As we discussed earlier, everything doesn’t need detailing in your life.  You wouldn’t detail a car that was just detailed, so focus on areas in need of detailing.

2. Determine where you stand:

Before treating in area that may need detailing, figure out what is needed to improve the situation.  Once you figure out what’s needed, then you will be able to design a plan.

3. Execute your plan:

During this phase, we start focusing on the actual detailing of our situation.  We clean up those things that are stopping us from progressing forward in our lives.  One of my main goals in life is to keep moving forward and progressing to the next level.  No matter the time of the year, you can always take your life to another level.

Just remember, no one else will detail your life.  It’s our responsibility to detail our own lives.  In addition, avoid poor detailing.

“Poor detailing of your life will inevitably lead to a life of failing.”

It may be the end of the year, but it’s never too late to start detailing your life.  Do whatever is necessary to move your life in the right direction.  If you follow the detailing process, your life will look like that finished detailed car.  You will notice the improvements, but others will be able to recognize your life’s prosperity.


Question: What area of your life do you need to detail?  Leave your comments below.

Peace and Prosperity,
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