Because it’s Christmas, and the season of giving, I’ve got a couple of gifts for you that I know you’re going to love!!
1. My Go-To Goal Setting Worksheet THERE'S A METHOD TO SETTING GOALS THAT ACTUALLY HAPPEN. For years, I was setting goals only to fall short of them. New Year's resolutions. Fitness goals. Business goals. Personal goals. It always started with a high level of excitement that only fizzled when I saw myself getting farther and farther from what I ultimately said I wanted in the first place.
End result? the usual.....Disappointment.
In the spring of 2015 I attended a conference that opened my eyes to what was missing to my goal setting process. It was just about putting ideas on paper or even launching those desires into the universe, I was missing the strategy behind setting goals that convert! This is what OPRAH MEANT - now I get it!!!
I've put together a tool that I use with all of the people I coach & mentor to help them set smart, intentional goals that they can bring to life. I use it myself to stay focused on the end result that I want and included some info on how to use this planner!
Please share it with a friend and let me know if you find this helpful in making some BIG DREAMS come true in the upcoming year!
Get gift #1 by clicking here
2. Mini-DEstress excercises!!!! I know how hectic this time of year can be so here are a few of my favorite hacks to chill and relax that busy brain of yours!!
When you've got two minutes Count down slowly from 10 to 0. With each number, take one complete breath, inhaling and exhaling. For example, breathe in deeply, saying "10" to yourself. Breathe out slowly. On your next breath, say "nine", and so on. If you feel lightheaded, count down more slowly to space your breaths further apart. When you reach zero, you should feel more relaxed. If not, go through the exercise again.
When you've got three minutes While sitting, take a break from whatever you're doing and check your body for tension. Relax your facial muscles and allow your jaw to open slightly. Let your shoulders drop. Let your arms fall to your sides. Allow your hands to loosen so there are spaces between your fingers. Uncross your legs or ankles. Feel your thighs sink into your chair, letting your legs fall comfortably apart. Feel your shins and calves become heavier and your feet grow roots into the floor. Now breathe in slowly and breathe out slowly.