As we move towards the end of January, the festive merriment has dissolved, the Christmas decorations are down and we’re all starting to get back into the swing of a new year. We’ve returned to work, and we’re thinking about how we want 2020 to be bigger and better than the last.
I’m curious…what do you truly want to achieve this year, and how do you want to do things differently than last year?
For me, some of the big lessons that I learnt last year were:
– that I CAN actually do things that I feel that I can’t
– it’s ok to say no to clients and projects that don’t feel right
– To know my financial worth (that’s a biggie right?)
In the past, I’ve often thought that I wasn’t capable of doing simple things. Setting up MailChimp, writing my own blog copy, making changes to my website. I’ve thought it was easier to pay someone to do these things for me, when in truth, that was just a waste of money. I can do these things, and it’s made me realise that I can do BIGGER things too. Bigger things like create the business and life of my dreams.
The other BIG lesson for me is to say goodbye to the endless hustle, and allow ‘flow’ to operate in my business.
Many of us who run businesses, or work in the corporate world, feel as if we’re in a state of constant hustle. Hustling to get clients, hustling to meet deadlines, hustling from one project to another. But, hustle leads to burnout and overwhelm.
And this year, in the Year of Me, I’m truly saying BYE BYE TO Burnout, HELLO to Balance and Brilliance.
So, what things to you want to do differently this year? How are you planning to make this the Year of You?
No matter where you are right now, or what obstacles might be in your way, you can make 2020 the Year of You!
Setting goals is easy of course, but I want to support you in actually achieving them. If you’re interested in working with me in a coaching series, make a time for a complimentary consult here where we can chat about how you can go from Burnout to Balance to Brilliance, and rediscover what it would feel like to leap out of bed every day fulled with passion and purpose.