Have you made progress or did you scrap the ideas?
I just wrote up a quarterly report as a way of tracking any progress. I’m pretty impressed!
My focus project for the new year was/is my coach business.
Since January I have revamped my business plan, executed 3 very fun and successful UnMasquerade presentations, http://www.whatnowlifecoaching.com/servicescontact-me.htm, given away 2 free sessions, coached 2 new paying clients, written almost a blog/week, revamped my website with copy and professional pictures and expanded my email client list.
For fun and creativity I hired a photographer and had a fun time on a ‘photo shoot’ (I worked my inner movie star), went to a Writer’s workshop retreat in Athabasca and met awesomely amazing women, ‘spent an early Easter holiday to Kelowna with my fabulous kids, went out dancing, went to the theatre (live, not movie!)
I worked out a self-care program that includes massage, craniosacral and chiropractic treatments, and I'm actually following it! I hired a personal coach for 3 months. I increased my meditation (not medication!) to 3x/day. I cut junk food out of my life (This is huge! A life time addiction to chips and such), I got professional orthotics (gift to my spine), I get outside to walk or run nearly every day.
The three months have not been without doubts and aches, pains, unmet expectations and disappointments, but I am learning how to reframe those and work with them.
I used to shy away from taking ‘inventory’ assuming that I am failing or will be disappointed in myself, but I have just found the opposite to be true. By writing out my goals and making them into action plans, it is more likely that I will get where I want to go, instead of my usual willy-nilly-making-things-up-as-I-go-along method.
If you’re inspired to do your own 3 month check in, let me know what