Hey y’all!  I think I’m suffering a bit of writer’s block because I have SOOOO many things to tell you about, but I can’t seem to focus. Ever happen to you?

  • So many ideas, you rarely *finish* a project before starting the next
  • So many “exclusive” invitations, you forget to make time for those most *important*
  • So many sales to take advantage of, you never get around to buying what you actually *need*
  • So many holiday goodies to try, you lose track of your health goals

If you’ve fallen in that trap, you are not alone!!  I’m the queen of unfinished projects, multiple commitments, and buying in such bulk that everything goes bad before we can use it up.  I have not one, not two, but THREE shelves of books in my “to read list.”  I said I wouldn’t buy any more books until I cleared some space, but then people kept giving me books and you KNOW I couldn’t just leave that classic in the library giveaway pile!

So here’s the thing: If we keep bouncing around from one idea to the next, one project to the next, then we might never get where we want to go.  If we keep getting caught up in the excitement of a great sale or an amazing opportunity, we might not have the money, energy, or time to put toward the activities that would truly GET US TOWARD OUR GOALS.

So my first success tip for you this holiday season is take some time BEFORE the holiday shopping frenzy starts and set out some goals for yourself. What 1 or 2 things do you want to accomplish by the end of the year?  What kind of life do you want by the end of 2019, and what groundwork can you do between now and 1 Jan that will take you there?

Not sure?  Then consider joining me 1 Dec for “Countdown to Your BEST Year EVER!” If you’re local, all the supplies you’ll need are included with your ticket fee. If you’re not local, and you’re watching via webinar, make sure to have a good notebook plus some old magazines available. You might even want paints, a computer, or enough free space on your phone to record your thoughts.

Whether in a group setting with us, or on your own, taking time to be strategic about who you want to be, what you hope to accomplish, and where you want to go will help you stay more focused. It will help you resist the temptation to buy into one program before you’ve fully implemented the last one. It will help you weigh each decision against what’s best for the future you.

And that’s what I want for you: to make decisions today that your future self will thank you for.




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