Last week was NUTS!
Like traveling around the country kinda crazy.
After flying to Phoenix to drop off my 8 month old with "nana" ...I jetted to Palm Springs to speak at the Alt Summit.
(If you're looking for an event to attend next year, you gotta check this one out!)
My workshop was on translating your biz vision into daily action. (Hint: this is essentially the goal planning system found in our planners.)
I was absolutely thrilled that so many attendees came up to me afterward to say how amazing it was.
So so grateful for the experience, and it just showed me that there are a ton of ambitious ladies are out there searching for a simple system to follow.
(Spoiler alert: I'll be turning the presentation into an online workshop soon!)
After my event wrapped up, I picked up my little one in PHX and we flew to meet the family in Orlando for a Disney Trip.
It felt good to step away from work for a bit and focus on fun and...
OK girl, let's talk goals.
Have you set them this year yet?
It's okay if you haven't. But it's almost the end of Q1 and now's the time.
You can either finish the year strong, or wish you'd done more.
Which will it be?
(Geez, I'm coming in HOT with the tough love today!)
But that's the reality, right? Days turn into weeks. Weeks turn into months. And all of a sudden you don't have much to show for all the hard work you did.
Make your work matter.
You do this by setting goals. Turning those goals into projects. And breaking down those projects into tasks.
(This is the simple system found in my planner.)
First things first. You should have a money goal.
Have you told your business how much money you need it make?
Write it down.
Divide it by the remaining months of the year.
Figure out what income sources will help you reach your monthly number, and how many you need to sell of each.
Then break that down into projects and tasks.