I'm super excited to share a recent webinar I put together for She Leads Africa on Staying Motivated on Your Road to Goal-Setting. I outline five things you can keep in mind to keep moving forward:
- Define Your Why
- Set Aspirational but Appropriate Goals
- Embody Success
- Ask for Help
- Track Progress and Evolve
Click to watch the 33-minute video below.
You can find my slides here.
Let me know which of the five thoughts I shared you are going to implement today.
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