Where Will You Be Next Year?

message stonesIt’s the beginning of December, where do you want to be next year at this time? In your business and in your life?

What do you want your days and nights to look like?

What successes will you have over the next year to get you there?

Which of the “lies” from last month will you need to confront and break through?

Spend some time to think about where you want to be and who you want to be at this time next year.

Now, go get a piece of paper or open a blank document and start writing.

Write about where you are, in business and life, and who you are on Thursday December 4, 2014.

Write about what you’ve accomplished in the past year that lead you there.

What did you do?

What frustrations or fears did you overcome?

Did you get help or extra support from someone?

Why is where you are so exciting for you?

Give yourself time to complete this exercise and don’t worry about editing it – trust that it will develop exactly as it should.

When you’re finished put it somewhere that is easy for you to pull out and read when you need a pick me up or motivation or are setting goals.

What do you want to do right now that will start to make that vision of 2014 a reality? Who are the people or businesses that you want to be connected with? Whether it’s to work with them, partner with them or hire them.

Now, there’s a couple of things you can do:

  1. Share who the people or businesses are that you want to connect with and I’ll share with you who I know that might be a good fit. Leave it in the comments below (someone else might read the comment and have a great connection for you) or email me.
  2. Would you like to receive a copy of your 2014 vision next December? I’d love to make that happen. If this is something you’re interested in you can either:
    1. Email me a copy and include your address (so I can mail it to you next year).
    2. Mail me a copy (email me for my address)

4 thoughts on “Where Will You Be Next Year?

  1. I would like to connect with marriage counselors and be a resource for them if they are not able to help the couple stay together. If divorce seems like the next step, I would like to be able to share the collaborative law option with the couple before they turn to traditional litigation (although I do that, too). Thanks!

  2. Love your blogs too! Thanks for encouraging and helping us to be accountable for writing down our goals. I have to admit its scary writing it down, but it’s definitely something that in my heart I feel I am called to do.

    I want to be in a position to quit my full time day job in the 1st quarter of 2015. My goal is to teach my nutrition renewed course 4 different times next year ( with at least 5 new people in each class). I am also going to begin building some new courses focused on cooking and meal planning along with some mommy and me classes with a focus on teaching kids and family nutrition.

    I also want to begin working with corporations and have them offer my services as a benefit to their employees. My idea is to persuade corporations to not only offer wellness services for the employees but also for their families. I have seen first hand in my current corporation when you bring family into the equation, moms respond and want to get involved in the programs. A happier family home environment can then impact the employees productivity and performance at the office.

  3. I am looking to coonect with two type of groups of people. I am looking for those who want to make a change in they way they feel and do it naturally. Most specifically at the beginning of 2014, those who want to lose weight and get started on a healthier path.
    I am also looking to connect with women or men who are go getters, entrepreneur types who seek to have their own business , helping others with their health while they build a significant income for themselves. I work with a lot of young moms now but looking to partner with healthcare professionals and fitness professionals who are interested in adding Shaklee products into their practice to add value to their services to their clients.

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