At the start of the year I posted about goal setting (along with the world and its high achieving dog 😆) and I wanted to check in with you to see how you’re getting along now that we’re a couple of months into 2020.
If you didn’t see my original post it’s here but, to save you looking, I’ll give you a quick recap of the two main points now.
👉I goal set for direction not destination because I’m more concerned with making continuous progression in an upwards direction, than striving for something that may or may not happen within an arbitrary time period.
👉I don’t mind missing my goals because they’re ever evolving and I review, refresh and reset them regularly.
So I thought today we could have a talk about reviewing, resetting and refreshing goals.
How do you talk to yourself?
What do you tell yourself about what you want and your ability to get it?
What words do you use?
And are they helping or hindering you?
These are just a few of the questions to ask yourself if you’re feeling deflated or insecure about your business (and therefore your life, right?)
I knew I’d have to change the way I worked.
I knew I had a lot to learn and I was excited and open to doing so.
I promise I wasn’t being arrogant about my ability to make the transition, but I didn’t realise how much it would change me.
And, now I believe, for the better.
I sure do!
If you’re struggling to find the confidence, belief and energy to fully commit to your business or to getting your creative project out into the world in the way you’ve wanted to for SO long
Because you’re stuck, feeling miserable
Uncertain, and maybe even that
You’ve been deluding yourself by even thinking you might have what it takes to be an entrepreneur, a professional creative or whatever it is that you want to DO
Then listen up, because this one’s for you.
As we draw towards the end of 2019, have you been thinking about what has happened in your life this year and what 2020 will hold?
I have been and, of course, I’ve loved the opportunity to do some journaling about it!
Whether you’re a new or regular journaler, or journaling is something you’ve wondered about trying and never have, now is the perfect time to turn to the page to appreciate and acknowledge how far you’ve come in 2019, and to consider what you want your life to look like over the next year.
If we haven’t properly met before, I’m Elle Turner, a writer and personal success coach who helps intelligent, compassionate solopreneurs and creatives like you cultivate the clarity and supportive mindset you desire to run your business or bring your creative work to the world so that you can achieve YOUR OWN vision of personal success, fulfilment and impact.
My method of Success Journaling uses the principles of fiction (for example, character, setting and dialogue) as a structure for personal growth and your business and creative companion. The journaling exercises below give you just a small taste. If you’re interested in finding out more, I’d love to see you here inside my free private Facebook group, Success Story Journalers (http://bit.ly/SSJGroup) so that you can cultivate the clarity and supportive mindset you need to take action towards your business and creative goals.
Before we start…