Are you ready to clean up your life?

The Clean Sweep Program is a checklist of 100 items which, when completed, give one complete personal freedom. These 100 items are grouped in 4 areas of life with 25 in each group:

 Physical Environment, Well-being, Money and Relationships. These 4 areas are the cornerstone for a strong and healthy life and the program helps a person to clean up, restore and polish virtually every aspect of his/her life. The program takes between 6 – 24 months to complete.


The participant’s goal is to get a score of 100 out of 100. The objective of the program is for the participant to get complete about 100 possible incompletions in their life. Incompletions are those physical, emotional or mental items, which are in some way not resolved in the current moment. Incompletions of any kind drain energy. That is, they require energy to live with, given it takes work to keep us whole when there is something in the space. To have full integrity (like a complete circle) is normal; the program gives one a way to get there in a natural way.

The Clean Sweep Program promises three things will happen as you increase your scores:

  1. You will have more energy and vitality. There is nothing like a clean space, full communication and self-responsibility to give one more energy.
  2. You will increase your scores just by being in the program. Once you go over the list of the 100 items, you’ll find yourself handling some of these without even trying. Others take more work, but you will complete your way toward the score of 100.
  3. You will gain perspective on who you are, where you are and where you are going. When incompletions are handled, one can see what is and has been around them, including one’s self. You will see situations as they really are, you’ll discern what is going on with you and around you and you’ll react less and choose more in your daily life. This higher perspective is essential in the process of designing one’s life and it starts with the Clean Sweep Program.

There are 4 steps to completing the Clean Sweep™ Program.

  1. Answer each question. If true, check the box. Be rigorous; be a hard grader. If the statement is sometimes or usually true please DO NOT check the box until the statement is virtually always true for you. (No “credit” until it is really true!) If the statement does not apply to you, check the box. If the statement will never be true for you, check the box. (You get “credit” for it because it does not apply or will never happen.) And, you may change any statement to fit your situation better.
  2. The number of True boxes for each of the 4 sections will be totaled automatically for you as you complete each of the 4 sections. Write down these totals on a separate sheet of paper and then add them up. You know where your baseline or starting point lies.
  3. Keep playing until all boxes are filled in. You can do it! This process may take 30 or 360 days, but you can achieve a Clean Sweep! Use your coach or a friend to assist you. And check back once a year for maintenance.
Physical Environment
Your Physical Environment Total is :
Your Well-being Total is :


Your Money Total is :


Your Relationships Total is :

Add your totals from the four sections. Initial scores for the first-time participant range, on average, between 30 – 70 points out of the 100 points possible. Most people who are “using” the program increase their scores between 2 and 6 points per month. Points are added more quickly at first, slowing down significantly after one has added 20 or so points. Major plateau areas are at 70-75, 85-90 and 95-100. Those last 5 or 10 are the ones which are most worth taking care of, given our egos are well entrenched among these incompletions. You want to take this program on with the intention of getting a 100.

Important Points:

  1. This program is part of establishing a Strong Personal Foundation. With this strong base, one can build a vibrant and attractive future. But it requires an investment.
  2. This program is a backdoor approach to personal growth, business success and happiness. Rather than chase goals or try to figure out one’s life purpose, better to get the stuff out of the way so you can get the perspective you need to make better decisions and attract what you really want.
  3. One of the goals is to stop having problems, handle the incompletions you have currently and maintain a clean space, forever, so you can create as you were designed to. The Clean Sweep Program is the first step in that process.

source: CleanSweep Program ™ (c) 1998 Coach U Inc.

How to Visualize

Creating a vision board can be a useful tool to help you conceptualize your goals and can serve as a source of motivation as you work towards achieving your dreams. It’s one thing to think about your dreams and goals… but it’s another to actually take the time to make a vision board. Because making a vision board means externalizing your thoughts. It means doing something. You are going to have to think and look deep into yourself first, and then do some research to find images and positive affirmations that represent these goals and dreams. Then you are going to have to find the proper board and print images or draw them. It takes time and energy and that means you’ve already made a step towards the new life you want.

A vision board will enable you to LOOK at your goals and not just think about them and talk about them. Seeing them, in details, especially with detailed steps can make a huge difference. So simply put a vision board will : 

– identify your goals and provide clarity

– reinforce your daily positive affirmations

– keep you focused towards your goals

Check out this blog:  The Reason Vision Boards Work and How to Make One – It’s useful and interesting!


The Law of Diminishing Intent

I see this with people who set major goals for the year. Let’s say they want to lose weight, write a book, or start a new business. Dreaming up big results can be emotionally satisfying and intellectually stimulating.

But getting started requires action. And that can be tough, even risky. After all, how can you…

  • make room in your schedule for the gym?
  • find the hours it takes each week to sit and write?
  • know if your new product has enough demand in the marketplace?

Those are all good questions. And they’re important to answer. But they don’t encapsulate the real risk. They don’t even come close.

The real risk is this: When facing these sorts of challenges, instead of taking action, we can coast on the good feeling of the dream without taking the necessary steps to see it realized.

The Law of Diminishing Intent says, the longer you wait to take action, the less likely you will be to take it. Jim Rohn originally noticed this phenomenon and coined the term.

Check out this article on four steps to take to overcome the Law of Diminishing Intent. It’s useful and interesting!