Debbie Jansen

In the movie The Legend of Bagger Vance,  Bagger said  “Life is a game that can’t be won, only played”.  I instantly wrinkled my nose and shook my head.  I thought the movie was interesting, entertaining and in my mind portrayed the Biblical story of Job but that quote goes against everything I believe in.

I’ve always believed that life is full of possibilities.  When you consider the physical, scientific and logical order that is all around us, you have to believe that our social lives have order as well.  Science follows logical order.  Medicine and medical research follows logical order.  And God certainly follows logical order.  We are surrounded at every point of our lives with order.  To accept the idea that our lives have no meaning, no purpose and no control is to doom the human race to basic animalistic behavior with no hope of achieving more.  To believe that we are all floating around with no direction is both illogical and depressing.  

To have freedom does not mean that you are without logic, boundaries or plans.  Real freedom is the ability to discover what is best for our lives, realize our potential, visualize the dream, implement a plan and then reach for the stars.  Complete slavery is when we accept that life can never be more than it is right now.

Most adults have lost their ability to dream and to believe in their talents.  We have made a God out of acquiring things or relationships or some title.  We have shifted the excitement of who we are for the bragging rights of what we own, who we know or what job title we hold.  In the process we have lost who we are.  We have become slaves to the need for approval.  Like little preschoolers we sit in the corner and whine if we don’t receive a gold star. 

I’m tired of watching talented adult men and women refuse to reach for the stars because they have allowed television, movies, peer groups, counselors and false teachers insist that they can’t be better than the lowest man in society.    It’s time we realize that each individual is equipped with unique and wonderful abilities.  We can take control of our lives, our relationships and our future.  We can move into the realm of successful and victorious living.  We can be better than we are?


By self exploration.  By learning who you are and how you can successfully relate to those around you.  By learning why people react like they do, why your children are hurting, why your relationships need help and why you never seem to get ahead.  Once you HONESTLY look at yourself and the world around you – you too can achieve success for your life.


I developed a way to use a Decoder Map to clue you into the “reasons” your life isn’t working.  You design the map.  Because it’s a method of opening your mind to hidden thoughts and distractions, you will probably list  all the information that your doctor or counselor would have trouble uncovering.  Just like your counselor, your information is private.  You determine when and if you will ever share it with anyone.   

Once you have discovered and worked through all the clues on your map, then you can design an Intervention Map.  This map will give you all the clues you need to design a plan that will work for your life.  You are in control with both maps and therefore, you can tweak them and work with them until you become more successful than you dreamed imaginable.

I know you can do it.  I know it will work for you.  How do I know that?  Because it has worked for me.  The tool is new but the process is the same I’ve used to create hundreds of life plans that work! 

Trying this method won’t cost you anything.  All you need is a little time and a little imagination.  If you need any help, please don’t hesitate to contact me at

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