2014 Goal Setting – The Long Version

Didn’t you love yesterday’s post from Dan about setting 3 Words of intention for 2014. It’s so simple!! I’m such a wordy person in writing and in thought – this concept gives me great focus and I can’t stop thinking about it. On the other hand… I have so many details and plans!! How do I keep it all in one place?

Enter Leonie Dawson and her Amazing Year workbooks.

Leonie Dawson's Amazing Biz & Life AcademyLet me preface all of this by saying, yes, Leonie can be very out there. I’m not a huge fan of her coloring book images or flowery language, but when you get to the meat of what she’s sharing, it is just what even the most conservative doctor ordered!

The 2014 Create Your Amazing Year workbook & calendar is an incredibly popular & useful tool to help you plan out & make happen your most incredible year in life or business (or both!). Over the last five years, thousands of women have used this workbook with the most amazing results. It’s one of the best planning tool available to help you make your year your most exceptional yet!

I’ve used this workbook for the last two years. Last year, it really helped me out of the personal and professional funk that surrounded me with losing mom and not having the other business take off as I had hoped. Remember my 100 Things to Do in 2013 post? That was an exercise from last year’s version of this book.

In addition to all the typical planning ahead these types of activities have us do, there is a lot of time spent on reflection. If you’re going through a life change or want to add something big in 2014, I truly believe there is value in looking backwards first to find your intention in future plans.

Used by entrepreneurs, artists, mamas, creatives, coaches, teachers and women of all ages, the Create Your Amazing Year in Life and Biz workbooks are filled with dozens of pages of powerful worksheets & a printable calendar to help you create your amazing new year. Do it!

If you do end up using one of her workbooks, I’d love to hear your feedback. Was it as worthwhile for you as it was for me??

Whatever route you go – good luck setting your intentions for 2014. Simple or complex … a little direction is always a good thing.

3 Comments

  1. Kelly Andrew

    I’m working through this workbook right now, because of your recommendation! I like it. Yes, I just ordered a pack of tarot cards because of it (we should do a quick reading before Eggroll comes by the way). The 100 things to do in 2014 was really hard for me – but opened my eyes to all of the opportunity ahead of me. Thanks for the recommendation – I’ll keep you posted on how it’s going.

  2. Yah! I’m glad you’re testing out the materials. This is SO up your alley. You see I could only make it to 75 things last year. This year I have about 30. If you’re up for sharing, I’d love to see your list.

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