My Gift to You For the Holidays

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When it comes to being ridiculously effective the number one question I get is, “What’s the easiest way to be more effective than I was last year?“ 

 It’s simple. Take the time to reflect on what has happened over the prior yearBEFORE you move on to the next project.

How many times have you broken a promise to yourself to get in shape, be more organized, provide more leadership at work, start a new business, or spend more time with your family or friends?  (You get the picture.)

You can keep making promises until the cows come home, but if you haven’t figured out why you didn’t keep the promise in the first place it won’t matter how well intentioned you are.

How do you do this? Start by reflecting on your goals by using my 10 Questions To Review Your Year and Celebrate. I led a free webinar last night guiding participants through these questions and they loved it! Here is what just one person had to say:

"I’ve only answered 2 of the 10 questions and I’m already blown away by what I accomplished last year.” – Angela

These questions should take less than 15 minutes to answer. By the end of this exercise you will better understand why you haven’t achieved what you wanted (so you don’t repeat the past), identify new habits you want to develop to make you ridiculously successful, and celebrate your achievements.

These questions are my gift to you for the holidays. Please share them with other people in your life. My goal is for you to absolutely recognize, from the bottom of toes, how absolutely amazing you are!

After you go through the questions, I’d love to hear what you think. If you have any questions or comments, just hit reply to this email and let me know.

With Gratitude,

Jen

P.S. Here is the bonus questions I asked on the webinar last night:

Now that you’ve taken the time to see what you’ve accomplished, what is your 2016 Headline and your sub headline?  

Mine is: “Total 180: From Activist to Author in 24 Hours”

What’s yours?

Jennifer CokenComment