My Mid-Year Review Practice

Week 27

.Something I need to continue to improve on is taking the time and space to reflect on my progress and shift.  I don’t have a boss or supervisor to monitor my work or suggest a different approach.

In the simple graphics below, I illustrate how my approach to my time has evolved:

How I Used to Spend My Time.jpg How I Attempt to Spend My Time.jpg

In the coming weeks, I will be sharing an update on how far I have gone with my yearly vision (how I refer to my goals).

Rather than focus on specific numbers, I start with how I want to think and feel.

If you have received any of my previous emails, you know that I believe that behaviors and results start from our thoughts and beliefs.  Shift your thoughts, and you can completely change your results.

Follow my journey to experience my yearly vision here

Be on the lookout for my next post about what I have achieved so far (my #wins) this year and what I might need to focus on.


What do I need to think and feel to accomplish my goals/ vision/ intentions? 


Take a second and think about ONE thing you want to accomplish before the end of the year. 

Share this with someone that needs some help prioritizing and strategizing to build processes to move forward.

GET STARTED by taking a few minutes to decide what you would like to focus on.

LEARN more about my approach to setting up my year for success by reading this blog post

BOOK a quick chat to get support walking through your next six months by clicking here.

This is my Week #27 2020 Newsletter Update. If you want to receive my newsletter focused on leadership and life, sign up here.


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