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How's your year going so far?

It's not to late to Plan Your Business Year, if you haven't already.

At this point in the month, you should be making some steps toward the goals you set out to achieve this year. But if you are still struggling to get your goals in line and create objectives that will move your goals forward, you are in luck. I know how you feel, because I was once just like you.

With the last week of January approaching, I want to help you refocus on those big goals you set for your business this year. And the first thing I recommend is that you get really clear on the thing that's holding you back, so that you can recognize when it creeps up on you and nip it in the bud!

To find out whats holding you back I've compiled a few questions that will give you insight into those blocks right away. Answer these 6 questions here to get clear.

What's Your Biggest Business Setback? Find Out Now!

Then after you complete that, join me in Business Planning to Rock Your Year, a 7 day mini sprint designed to help you make plans for growing your business. It's absolutely FREE, so all you need to do is Sign Up! I'm not talking airy-fairy stuff here. These are hands-on, actionable tips and strategies you can use every day to embrace planning, set ambitious goals, and then work towards reaching them.

If you haven't made progress on your goals, or simply didn't make any, or you want to learn strategies to make them successful, JOIN ME!

Each day during this sprint, I'll walk you through:

  • Why Business Planning Is The Secret To Success

  • Know Where You’re At Right Now To Measure Growth & Figure Out What You Should Be Working On

  • Increasing Traffic, Subscribers & Customers To Boost Your Bottom Line

  • How To Work Backwards To Set Your Business Goals

  • Why You Have To Write Your Business Goals Down

  • Stepping Out Of Your Comfort Zone

  • How To Engineer Explosive Growth By Stacking Your Efforts

Here's what you can expect when you work with me...

  • Planning templates

  • Daily Strategies and prompts

  • Tutorials

  • Q + A

Each day will have lessons and examples from my business of 10 years, that you can draw inspiration from, and learn the lessons I had to learn the hard way. You'll walk away with a Plan of Action that will keep you focused and help you measure your results.


Create a Framework for Business Growth.

Join the FREE Rock Your Business Planning Challenge!

5 Surefire Ways to Manage Your Goals For Success

Are you ready to stop getting paralyzed by trying to "figure out" where to start. Do you have the pieces but have no idea how to put them together daily, or weekly? Are you constantly affected by Shiny Object Syndrome? Then join me on Thursday and lets talk about it, and do something about it. Action Now, Talk Later!

What you'll learn in this video:

-How to Work From Your Goals, Not On Them
-A Simple 5 Step Process to build your Vision Plan
-The Main Reasons You're Not Achieving Your Goals
-Ways to Overcome Overwhelm and Shiny Object Syndrome
-The Number 1 Reason New Years Resolutions DON'T Work


7 Ways to Makeover Your Mornings


Taking control of your mornings is one of the best ways to aim for success in your day to day life. It has been said that, "Each sunrise gives hope to your dreams and light to your plans.  -William Ngwako

The 7 ways listed below will help you understand the effectiveness of making your mornings the most important part of your day.

Why Making Over Your Morning Has a Huge impact on Your Entire Day

 I’m sure you’ve experienced this yourself. Let’s use the snooze button as an example. You set an early alarm to make sure you have time for exercise, meditation, or simply some much needed “me time”. You have every intention of getting up and doing whatever you’re setting out to do when you set the alarm in the first place. Some mornings - hopefully most mornings - you get up when the alarm chimes and go for that walk, do your meditation exercise, or read a book for twenty minutes. Then there are those days when you just can’t make yourself get up. You hit the snooze button multiple times, or turn the alarm off altogether and go back to sleep.

Think about how the rest of those days went. Did you notice a difference in how you felt? How much did you got done on the mornings when you got up with your first alarm? Were you able to do all the things you set out to do? How did those days compare to the ones when you hit the snooze button over and over again?

Define Your Perfect Morning

Here is my question for you this morning. What’s most important to you? What is the one thing you really want to do on a daily basis that would make a big difference, but you just can’t seem to find the time for?

In short, what good habit do you want to cultivate that would make a real impact on your life? Think about this for a moment. It could be in any area of your life from exercise and healthy eating to self-improvement or getting ahead in business or at your job. It could be working on your relationship with your kids, finding time for creative pursuits, or getting in the habit of reading every morning.

Finding Time in Your Busy Morning

Mornings are busy and they can be quiet chaotic. If you have a young family and plenty of people to get ready and out the door, you know this first hand. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way, no matter how busy you think you are first thing in the day. Earlier I shared with you how the first few hours in the morning set the tone for the entire rest of the day. Do you want that to be rushed, frantic, and feeling like you’re constantly running and trying to catch up? Or do you want it to be calm, collected, productive, and with a feeling that you’re in control? It’s up to you and it’s all about embracing two simple concepts.

Learn these simple concepts here.

Determining What You Should be Doing is Crucial

I want you to think about what you should and what you shouldn’t be doing in those first few hours of the day. That’s an important idea to ponder. So often we get stuck in a rut or a routine and do things because that’s what we’ve always done. We do it without really thinking about whether or not it’s the best use of our time.

Making over your morning isn’t about figuring out how to cram more tasks into fewer hours. It's about determining the crucial tasks you should be doing.

Come Up With a New Morning Game Plan

Now that you have a pretty good idea of what you want to do in the morning, what you don’t want to or need to do, and where to find the extra time needed, it’s time to put it all together in a new morning game plan.

The best place to start is with the new set of tasks that are most important to you. Figure out a preliminary time during which you want to get them accomplished. If your goal is to go for a run in the morning, you may decide to do that first thing before getting a shower and having breakfast. If your goal is to meditate each morning, you may decide it would work best after you’ve had a cup of coffee. If your goal is to find some time for reading or your favorite hobby in the morning, you could carve out some time before everyone else gets up and while you enjoy that first coffee. The same goes for wanting time in the morning to work on your business or learn something new.

The Importance of Habits and Routines

With your new morning game plan figured out, it’s time to not only put it into action, but make it your new morning routine. Why is this important? Because you want to make sure your new plan happens every morning without fail and turning it into a routine is the best way to make sure that happens.

Before something becomes a habit or a routine, it takes a lot of willpower for things to happen. That’s energy that you will need for other things throughout your morning and busy rest of the day. Yes, it will take some willpower, mental energy, and drive at first to create the new morning habits, but once they are set, it will become automatic like brushing your teeth before bed. 

Take Time to Review Your Morning Routine Regularly

Creating routines and habits for your mornings are a great thing. They allow you to do what you need to do to move ahead without having to spend a lot of energy and time thinking about it. That’s a good thing. It’s can also be a dangerous thing when you’ve focusing on the wrong things and are in the habit of doing things that don’t help you reach your goals.

When we get into a routine, it’s hard to stop and ask ourselves if it’s working as well as it could be. Even more importantly, with a routine and a set of habits firmly established, it’s easy to keep going even when the circumstances changes. That’s why it’s important to take some time every now and again to review our routine and habits, including the new morning routine.


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I Love Mornings, But I didn't Always.

Over the course of the next seven days, I want to guide you through the process of making over your morning. As we’ve already established, this is an important task and a good thing to work on and pay attention to. Not only will you enjoy your mornings more even if the alarm goes off much earlier than you’d like, it will make the entire rest of your day go much smoother.