So, why wait for January? Instead, let’s add a month to 2021. Our New Year starts December 1st.
Plan to #Start2021Now!
Here’s the thing: To get what you want, you need to know what you want! People tend to overthink or under-think their goals … they do not make a plan.
My goal is to help everyone start 2021 on the right foot.
Your Goal Guide is the best first step. The book takes readers through my brainstorming and task-based system in order to set achievable goals and make a plan. The second part of Your Goal Guide helps readers set themselves – and their goals – up for success,. It works whether they want to start or build a business, change jobs or careers, become a known expert, or achieve work-life balance.
Your Goal Guide is an easy read with a fun road trip theme. It includes worksheets, resources, and even a Facebook group, where you can share your journey and get additional support. It’s available from your favorite bookstore, as well as on Amazon in paperback, ebook, and audiobook format.
Declare your commitment:
I have also set up a variety of goal-setting events over the next two months. This includes Workshops, Twitter chats, Facebook Lives, and a Facebook Live New Year’s party on December 1! And keep an eye on my blog for tips, tricks, and motivation!
Learn more about:
- November Theme – #BeNicetoYou November
- November Events/#GoalChats
- December Theme – Take the #Start2021Now #NewYearNewYou Challenge (coming soon)
- December Events – Including a Facebook Live New Years Party on December 1 (more coming soon)
Please help me spread the word:
Share this page – and my book link – on social media!
Need individual coaching? Give me an hour, I’ll give you a plan.
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