As the expression goes, it's easier to analyze and evaluate situations when we're looking back on them in the past than when we're in the present moment. And, in this instance, it also means we can squarely put 2020 in the rearview mirror. As a result, I've noticed many people doing the things we all feel compelled to do when we reach the end of the year. Reflect. Plan. Set Goals. Get Inspired. Renew. All of which are great things to do and there is so much advice out there on how to go about starting the next year on the right foot. But, as you will learn through guided coaching, your journey and my journey are different. The path you choose to get on is decided from your values, from your experiences, and from your current desires. So rightfully so, your way of planning for the new year is the right way because it's your way.
It's no understatement that this past year threw a big wrench in everyone's plans shortly after the 2020 New Year Idaho Potato dropped (or ball dropped if you're from New York). Most of us went into survival mode and we have been just trying to figure out how to survive this "new normal". We still have a ways to go but the New Year certainly is a time in which it makes sense to take stock of what went right, what changed for the better, and what could you do differently this New Year to move from survival mode to thriving mode.
If you are in a situation right now where you’d like to redefine YOUR path, I’m here to guide you through #coaching and will support you on your journey. Take that first step of the New Year on a new path by booking a Complimentary Discovery Call with me today! Hindsight is truly 2020! Happy New Year!