Create your own manifesto

Use this format-free TextEdit document as the starting point to create your own life manifesto

This is more than a paper exercise; your values, goals, aspirations, community, relationships and many other influences will all underpin and shape your own manifesto.

 

Your manifesto

Download this format-free TextEdit template and use it as the start of your own manifesto

Step up and make a start today. Keep reviewing and revising. Take your time – it may take a whole lifetime of exploration, self-reflection, investigation and conversation to get there. Get inspiration from others (we have highlighted a few below).

Be creative – write it, draw it, paint it, record it, illustrate it. Make it something special, the Magna Carta of your life.

Sign and date it. Display it. Shout about it.

Live it! Distinguish the parts that are already in play and those that are aspirations. Don’t beat yourself up when you fall short. Accept it, learn from it and decide how you are going to move on from here.

Good luck.

 

Manifestos to inspire

Brené Brown

Brené Brown’s Manifesto for the Brave and Brokenhearted

Living Money

Our own Manifesto for an authentic, fulfilled life free from the slavery of money

Susan Cain

Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution Manifesto for the Introverted

Charter for Compassion

Karen Armstrong’s Charter for Compassion

Find out more

Developing a personal manifesto is an important part of the Living Money process. We use this and similar exercises as well as additional material, recommended reading, reflective exercises, discussions and contributions to help members of Living Money further their personal and financial development.

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