Jan 30, 2019
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January is coming to a close and one of the things I love to do this time of year is to reflect back on my first month and decide what's working in my business, and what I should stop investing so much of my time on. It’s a good time to ask yourself: What are you enjoying? What are you not enjoying so much? Are you meeting the goals that you set?
Paying attention to these answers can give you a pretty clear indication of how your progress is measuring up compared to your plans, and will help you adjust your course so that you can have more of the life and business you want in the months to come! I’m going over my method of dealing with January in this episode, and I’d love for you to join me.
In This Episode
“January is always one of those months where I have such good intentions”
“Get back on track, know what you’re doing and stop wasting time on stuff that doesn’t work”
“You might not have leveraged this month as well as you could have”
“If your business made money, you should be celebrating”
“What did you do to build your brand in January?”
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