3.5 months later, and I’m so unbelievably excited to finally introduce you to, The Ultimate Goal Planner Pack!
In my last post, I gave you the scoop on one of my most effective time management tools. I was pleasantly surprised by how many people downloaded the free template, and think it’s fair to say that time management is something many of us are struggling with!
Today I want to take things a step further, and share on four additional tools and techniques, that have helped me to master my time, and boss up on my productivity game.
Let’s get straight to it.
Today I’m going to dish the scoop on some of the things I achieved in 2016, and exactly how I achieved them. I spend a lot of my time reading personal development posts, books, and articles, and one thing that really frustrates me, is when a writer shares on ‘5 ways to make this year better than the last‘, or ‘3 ways to get rich fast‘, but doesn’t personalise this or share how they have done this themselves!
I promise I won’t do that! View Post
December 30th. Today marks the last Friday of 2016, and as I type this I’m surrounded by several sheets of paper, full of notes in preparation for the New Year.
I don’t know about you but the last 2-3 days of the year are extremely important for me, they are a time for me to reflect, be grateful for the year I’ve had, and most important of all, get my ish together, so I’m ready to step into the New Year with a bang!
One of the many ways I prepare for the New Year, is to take time out, sit myself down, and have a serious think about what I want to see happen in my life over the next 360+ days. I allow myself to daydream about ‘my perfect life/things I want to achieve'[15 – 30 minutes], and then I snap back to reality and begin to think about what it is I need to DO in order to achieve them [30 minutes – 1 hour]. Once this has been done, I put pen to paper and start with the real work… Setting my goals! [1 – 3 hours].
Here are the three most important steps of my goal setting process: View Post
A few weeks after quitting my job in Finance in 2015, I found myself stuck and confused about my next steps. My initial plan was to take a 2 month career break in order to really figure out what I wanted to do next, but this turned into a 6 month break which consisted of me coasting through life, hoping that my half-hearted business attempts would blossom into juicy cheques. I spent most of my time living vicariously through the lives of others on the likes of Instagram, dreaming up business ideas, but not lifting a finger towards making them happen.
One day (the morning after a pretty intense reality check conversation with hubby!) View Post