In today’s video I share a powerful 3 step process to make 2017 the best year of your life. This is a simplified version of a goal setting process I do every year at this time. I LOVE it!
As a bonus, today’s video comes with a present!
I’d like to give you a copy on my eBook “Making 2016 Your Best Year Yet.” It’s a step-by-step guide for designing 2016 the way you want it.
Right click on the image to download your copy.
I know you’ll get tremendous value from it and it’s my gift to YOU!
The guide takes you by the hand through a 3-step process to design and plan 2017. It’s designed to reach into the core of who you are and empower you to new levels of effectiveness and empowerment.
Taking some time each year to use this process has been an invaluable practice for myself and my business. It always helps me to create clarity of vision and take powerful action during the next year.
Needless to say, I really encourage you to spend some time this year doing the same! Put an hour in your diary where you are free of distractions and dive in! It might be the most valuable 60 minutes you give yourself over the holidays.
So, as we launch into 2017, I’d like to thank you for all the support you’ve given me and wish you a Happy New Year.
Lots of love.
1. Download your copy of Making 2017 Your Best Year Yet!
2. Watch the training video I made for you to learn how to get the most out the “Best Year Yet!” process. (Note – I made this video in 2013).
3. Schedule an hour and get planning!
“If we would only give the same amount of reflection to what we want out of life that we give to the question of what to do with two weeks’ vacation, we would be startled at our false standards and the aimless procession of our busy days.”
– Dorothy Canfield Fisher
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