Project planning is one of my favorite things to help you feel empowered. When you have the ability to influence something/someone/some situation for good, and you establish that effort as a “project,” you see that you CAN impact your own reality.
If you want to get completely OUT of overwhelm, you need every part of the STEP Command Central. Today I’m sharing how we’re doing that in our Four Weeks to Finished program, and I’ll walk through each part you need to build, share how the processing makes a difference, and include success stories from our members!
Here’s what our new group coaching program did for Call #1–including a list of the homework assignments! You can still join for the next couple of days, if you’d like–or you can check out our Play-Along-at-Home option!
If you ever find yourself procrastinating big projects, moving minor tasks around and around your calendar, feeling frustrated by “nagging objects,” or wondering how EVERYTHING can possibly fit together, Alia and I will walk you through the logistics. Enjoy!
To help you build momentum and get your STEP Command Central built in four weeks, we’ve prepared this mindset audio series and 3 ways you can get the support you need.
While it MIGHT feel enticing to set goals right at the new year, all that goal-setting works way better if we clear space first. Here are a few links and ideas to support you along the way!
Today’s podcast is essentially “story time.” I’m sharing an experience where it took a LOT of faith to achieve a dream–with the hope that each one of us can feel encouraged to step outside our comfort zones today.
To help spark some ideas for your own goal-setting, I’m sharing the 6 things I regularly review so I keep my focus throughout the year. Hope you enjoy them!
If you were to share some advice to strengthen “you” of 10+ years ago, what would you say? It might sound like a silly question, but this can be a powerful exercise, and today I’m sharing 10 things that would have made a difference for ME. Hope it’s helpful for you!
I’m not a psychologist, but today I’m sharing 5 reasons we keep clutter or avoid decluttering. And while it’s not often comfortable to address these issues, it’s incredibly therapeutic. Enjoy!