As soon as the Halloween decorations come down, the Christmas and Holiday Music pops on immediately across culture. This automatically puts you into a time of reflection and sometimes panic about ending your year and getting prepared for the new.
To help you make the most of your year, I want to give you Three Tips for Ending the Year Strong and crafting an incredible plan for achieving your goals.
Have you been committed to the goals you set for yourself this year?
Make a list of what worked so you can optimize it, as well as brainstorm new ways you can do better.
Get rid of the old journals and reminders of "failure."
You learned your lessons. Let it go and move on.
But don't be too quick to throw in the towel!
Is there any way you can still finish the year with a big bang?
A complimentary coaching call will help you figure out what's possible.
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I was always rebellious towards the traditional career. Just the thought of working for somebody and sitting at a desk from 9-5 gives me a bad feeling in my stomach. I actually feel like projectile vomiting. If you have this feeling too, it’s an indication that you have the entrepreneurial bug.
It’s funny – I remember when I was 16 years old and I had a dream that I was working in a factory full of women. The setting reminded me of something from the industrial revolution in the 1800s. I was on an assembly line working miserably when all of a sudden I jumped up on the tables and started speaking and shouting to the women in the factory. I don’t remember what I was saying, but I do know that I was starting some sort of revolution.
This dream came to my recollection the morning I was getting ready to speak at my first Quit the 9-5 Event. It was one of those dreams that I always kept...