A Year In Review: 4 Journal Prompts to Help You Use What You Learned in 2018 to Make 2019 Your Best Yet
I think it is so valuable to take some time contemplating the year that has just past and seeing what can be learned and what that means for the year ahead. Not to learn from what you’ve experienced in the past year would be a waste! I decided to share with you the review I am doing in my own business, in case it is the inspiration or motivation you need to do the same.
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The first book I ever read (ok, listened to, I’m all about audiobooks now I’m a mother) about money mindset poked me.
It made me properly uncomfortable.
I didn’t even finish it the first time.
And I definitely didn’t do the suggested homework.
But something kept me coming back to that book.
Something had been sparked inside me, a teeny tiny flicker of a flame. A small flame of belief that maybe I could change my financial reality. Maybe I didn’t always have to feel like there was never enough.
It took me quite some time to realise that my resistance to the concepts in the book, the reason I would feel a bit… well, ick… after listening to a chapter was because I was being forced to confront something.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I had been letting fear get in the way of my success in life.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I held limiting beliefs about money.
Do you want to fulfil your vision of SUCCESS in 2018? Of course you do.
Do you want to achieve all of this while THRIVING? Yeah, durr!
Do you know exactly how you’re going to do that?
If the answer is yes, then STOP reading this and go start kicking some serious biz arse!
If the answer is no, fear not, Mama, as I have here the one key thing that will help you stay on the path to your version of success this year.
Flexibility and Fulfilment? You can have them both. Stop believing the same lies that I told myself for too many years.
Here’s what I now know to be true: we don’t have to trade flexibility for fulfilment.
Did I always know that? Absolutely not.