Are you tired of starting things and not finishing them, and then realizing that another year had passed and you’re still facing the same old challenges?
As a psychologist, I often work with women who feel low in mood, anxious and disempowered in their daily lives. And it doesn’t take much digging to figure out that they feel that way because…
1. they don’t know their life purpose, or
2. they do know their life purpose but they don’t know how to consistently act in alignment with it.
So many women drift through life wondering where time disappears to and why their lives feel so meaningless.
Perhaps you too wonder what happened to 2013. Perhaps, like so many others, you’re making a mammoth effort to keep it all together when life often feels more than a little out of control. Deep down, you may feel like you’re not good enough, or not accomplishing enough. Maybe you’re comparing yourself to others and feeling that you just don’t measure up...
I KNOW how that feels. I know I accomplished a lot last year, but I had many disappointments too. And isn’t it strange how our failures tend to outweigh our accomplishments by a mile?
To help myself get clear on my intentions and the actions I had to take to stay on track, I developed my first Year Planner a couple of years ago. Initially I only shared it in the Soulwoman community, but after receiving love note after love note about how much it helped others, I knew I had to make it available on a broader scale.
The Soulwoman Year Planner is for you if you have a desire to journey through 2014 with clarity of purpose and the means to remain true to your intentions. It will help you process what happened last year in a way that’s meaningful to you, and navigate your way towards success with elegance and ease.
So here’s my invitation to you…
Give yourself a blank canvas to re-imagine it all.
The single most important thing you can do to create a spectacular year is to PLAN it. There’s a time for spontaneity and fluidity, but it’s impossible to live with purpose if you don’t have a plan.
Here are a few ideas to get started:
1. Reflect on the past year to consolidate the life lessons you’ve learned;
2. Finish all unfinished business.
3. Get clear about your dreams, intentions and goals for 2014.
4. Break your goals down into actionable items or task.
5. Transfer all your tasks into a Year Planner.
6. Use failure and disappointments as valuable feedback.
7. Keep refining your vision.
8. Celebrate your successes.
Don’t wait until you feel ‘ready’ to do this work. Don’t wait until you have more time. You will never have the time until you make the time.
All you have to bring to the table is your WILLINGNESS to give it a go. And if you need guidance, support, and playsheets to guide you every step of the way, consider investing in the Soulwoman Year Planner for 2014, where you’ll find everything you need to let go of 2013 with pizzazz, and plan a fabulous New Year.
The Year Planner has a downloadable monthly calendar, goals with soul sheets, weekly action sheets, spending sheets, gratitude lists, monthly challenge sheets, a-ha lists, and progress sheets to assist you from week to week, and month to month in 2014. You’ll find motivation and inspiration, as well as a Health blueprint, an Abundance blueprint, and a Happiness blueprint to help you live a vibrant, joyful and SOUL-Full life.
Don’t hesitate… Dream big. No, even BIGGER… and then remind yourself that the Universe rewards action.
You’ve got this!
Preview the 2014 Soulwoman Year Planner here: http://payhip.com/b/UW3P