>>> The year that changed everything… Wow!

Hey superstar how has your week been?  If you are anything like me, you will no doubt still be in reflection mode musing on what you achieved in the past 12 months, creating a wish list and setting yourself up for the year ahead! 

Fast track December 2018 – imagine hearing yourself thinking ‘2018 was the year that changed everything, wow!’

YOU are the person in charge of making this the best year yet, I am here to support you and celebrate your wins with you!

Now to get down to work… start by setting some really important goals and processes to make sure you are as efficient and prepared for the year ahead as possible.  

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Here is a step by step process that I work through every January to plan the year ahead for success:

Create a Vision

Start by asking yourself some key questions to discover your purpose and what truly excites you.  Then create a vision for your next 5 years, decide what your main priorities are and turn that vision into a series of goals.

Set your Goals
Break down your goals into long-term, medium-term and short-term.  Make sure your goal is specific, measurable and something that you are passionate about.

Long-term goals:

Will take you a few years to complete.

Medium-term goals

Will take 6 – 12 months to reach.

Short-term goals

Can be done in approx. 1 month.

Write your Lists 

Decide the date you want to achieve your goal by and set some milestones
to meet along the way (key milestones 1 - 5).  Then figure out what steps you need
to make your goal a reality.

'Get Shit Done' 

Take daily action towards your goals and celebrate your progress along the way
(things to do list). Know that every goal you complete takes you closer to your
vision and helps you live a life of purpose.

So a precis of the above process

  • What 
  • Why
  • When
  • How
  • Reward

Sounds simple right?  Let me know if you are in need of some 1:1 support,

it can be a bit overwhelming if you don't chunk your goals down!

To your success....


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Jo-Anne Grist