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Great work getting through all of the TEN steps! Congratulations! The last step is about locking in your goal and intention by getting in front of you and inside you! I highly recommend creating a vision board to post your goal and all the visual...

Now that you have your baby steps outlined, you want to put these on your calendar so they travel with you through the year. Go back and look at the baby steps and add dates to each action. Open your calendar and schedule the steps...

Now that you have an area of focus, you want to break that goal down into BABY STEPS. You can just have linear baby steps, or you can go even farther and think about it over a period of time. Let’s say you want to...

One unique thing MOST goal planners do not talk about it planning to your obstacles. This is key and a wise step to ensure thoroughly planning and getting actions and a design that truly will support your goals success. In this video, we walk through...

After looking at the wheel, look at which ONE area would make the greatest impact if you focused your energy and effort there. Take that area and set a SMART goal…. that is specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timed. In the video, we walk through...

The walk the talk is a play to sync the actions and tasks that came to mind in the last few steps… review your reflections from step 1, your tolerations from step 2 and your wheel from step 4. If there are any “tasks” (vs...

A key to goals is to assess where you are. The Wheel of Life tool is a simple and easy way to assess 8 main areas of your life. You can repeat this quarterly if you want, but usually, we just do this assessment annually...

Life takes us in different directions and events in life affect us in different ways. Ideally, they make us better people, but sometimes in the midst of tough knocks we find ourselves, and therefore our energy depleted. Assess how you are doing. How are you “showing...

As you think over the last year, consider nagging annoyances that subconsciously suck energy from you. These are called “tolerations”; pesky annoyances that might have sat on the “honey-do-list” for 6 months.  An “area or issue” you notice and always think, “I really need to...

Reflecting on the past year is important to the process. Sometimes we have guilt or regret or just had a tough year and are ready to move on. Sometimes we had a great year and just want to keep charging. It is important to take...

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