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What we’re talking about in this episode
- Tips for reflecting back on 2019 and setting goals for 2020
- Specific exercises to set yourself up for success and create your perfect day
- How to give yourself permission to make changes towards your dreams
- The eight questions you should ask yourself to figure out your perfect every day
- Why you should become clear on how you want to interact with your team
We are three days into a new year and a new decade, and that means it is time to set yourself up for success in 2020 and beyond. Your health is a gateway to creating something bigger and more meaningful based on your purpose in life, and I want to take this opportunity to help you figure out how to expand your dreams and set yourself up for success.
Today I am sharing two very specific and simple exercises to help you reflect on the past year and create your perfect normal day with no limitations. With step-by-step instructions to guide you in creating your ideal vision, this episode is about taking your perfect day from paper to reality in the new decade.
By letting yourself take the time and do the work, you can improve your life on a daily basis and get closer to whatever your version of the perfect every day is. It is time to grab a notebook and a cup of tea and allow yourself to do the work and open the door to what is possible in your life.
How do you reflect on the past year and work to make every day closer to your perfect day? Share your strategies with us in the comments section.
“‘Energy goes where intention flows.’ Creating an intention for what you want more of in 2020 will allow you to experience more abundance in that area of your life.” (4:10)
“Whatever feels exciting and expansive to you, it all starts with a vivid vision.” (6:00)
“What would your perfect normal day look like if there were no limitations on what it could be?” (9:45)
“Now that you have dreamed your dream and you have created your vision, it is now out there waiting for it to happen for you: how cool is that?” (16:25)