It feels like 2020 deposited a cloud of fog inside my brain.
For one, there is all the crud and trauma that we have all had to deal with in 2020 so far, we’re not even through November yet. And, like many of you, I’ve had my fair share of additional challenges to work through at home and at work.
And it has me longing for clarity.
For one, clarity cures busywork.
Moreover, clarity can help with stress, anxiety, and worry.
You know that feeling of overwhelm when you think of all the things you have to do, all the possible options, all the spinning plates, all the open loops…??
When you take a few moments to step back, look at the big picture, and get clear … well, it’s liberating.
Sometimes clarity can come in a few minutes. Sometimes it takes much longer, and it requires a process.
(Yes, even if you hate planning, think goals are dumb, and would rather not be reminded that it’s almost 2021.)
I want to show you the system and the tools I use to get clear.
And I’ll show you how to then turn your plans and goals into something you can make progress on every single day.
Use this system to help you to get clear — and identify what change you want to see in the next year. You can also use this framework to stay productive on your monthly, weekly, and daily goals.
For everyone who has been waiting to get our brand-new 2021 Digital Planner, as well as the updated Plan Your Year Workbook… well, the wait is over.