2019 goals challenge – day 31 Review & Plan

It’s the end of the month – time to review your January goals and plan for February.

What went well this month?  What didn’t?  What can you do differently in February?

or more questions to ask yourself when reviewing, check out this article:  Best Laid Plans.  For templates to help you review and plan your goals, check out the GoalGetting workbook.

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Did you make it through Quitters day?

According to a study by Strava, the second Friday in January is the day that many quit their new year’s resolutions.

How are you progressing with your 2019 goals?

This week’s article provides advice for:
✅ if you’re struggling
✅ if you’ve quit
✅ if you’re procrastinating
✅ if you’re going strong

Find the article here.

If you haven’t yet signed up, join the 2019 goals challenge to help embed your goals and build your motivation through January.

2019 goals challenge – day 8 Review

Regularly reviewing your progress allows you to tweak your plans to accommodate changes and keeps you on track.

Reviewing our goals allows us to:
Re-assess our current priorities
Learn from our mistakes (and our successes!)
Incorporate new information
Improve the next plan 

Some questions to ask yourself when reviewing:
What have you achieved?
What barriers have you overcome?
What didn’t you achieve and why?
What can you learn from this or do differently next time?

Remember to use the information from this to help shape your next plan.  The GoalGetting workbook provides templates for reviewing and re-planning.  Find it via the link below.
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Stay on track over Christmas

Christmas is typically a time for overindulgence, so how do you stay on track with your goals when there is so much pressure on your time, wallet and waistband?

Check out the latest article for some handy tips on staying on track through the holiday season.

Stay on track over Christmas

Step 7 – Review your goals

The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry

Do you find that life gets in the way of your goals?  You don’t have to miss out on new opportunities that come along, or to give up on your goals.

Reviewing your goals gives you the opportunity to update your plan and re-check your priorities, as well as building in new knowledge and learning from your mistakes (or successes).

Find out more with the latest article: Best laid plans

This is step 7 of the GoalGetters challenge.  To find out more, sign up to the mailing list below and check the box ‘I want to join the GoalGetter challenge’.