Make This Year Different: Create Your Own Success Roadmap

At the start of a new year our minds begin to race with all the possibilities of growth, success and positive change. Like kids eagerly awaiting gifts on Christmas morning, we dream of all the ways in which this year can be our year; we think about clean slates, do-overs, starting fresh and taking our visions to the next level. With all the new year resolution buzz going around, I thought I would share a few words of smart business advice and encouragement with you.

First I want you to take this statement to heart: The Difference Between Who You Are and Who You Want to Be, is what you Do!

My focus word for this year is DIFFERENT. I’ve been thinking about the things that I will do differently and the different things that I will try. What’s your focus word for this year? Feel free to leave a comment and share it with me, but I also encourage you to add the word ‘DIFFERENT’ to your focus list.

You know what they say: Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. If you are eager to see change within the next 12 months, how do you plan on doing things differently?

Inside the video above, is one of my last periscopes in which I share 3 Smart Steps to make this new year different. I want you to…

Name It: What are your Financial and Business Goals for this year?

Claim It:
Start outlining your success map. What will you work on? What has previously worked for you? What are some things you can work on making better?

Make It Happen: Focus on Creating With Intention. Don’t just work for the sake of working. Be clear about the why behind every action you take and every piece of content that you create. Focus on developing products, programs and a realistic plan of action calendar to help you through developing your vision and successfully implementing your ideas this year.

Resource: Learn more about the SistaSense Success Map inside my upcoming Triple X Success Weekend Workshop.

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