The start of a new quarter is a great time to recommit to our goals and refocus on incremental actions that will move the ball forward.
It’s springtime finally! I always find this season pushes me to reconnect and recommit to my goals — kinda like a renewal of vows to myself and my goals. 😊
And April is also the start of a new quarter, which is another big process for me, as I follow a 90-day planning cycle (reference: The 12-Week Year).
In this episode, I share a little behind-the-scenes and talk a bit about my quarterly planning process, why I do it this way, and how I do it.
I also talk about this idea of “showing up” for the value of showing up — and not for the intended results. This is something I’m actively working on because separating the effort from the results is a challenge for me. Have you mastered how to do this?
I share my thoughts around the value of showing up (in and of itself) and how incremental gains, though seemingly small, add up for big results if we consistently apply ourselves.
Mentioned in this episode
- AndThriving Network: Explore the benefits of membership and add your name to the waitlist to hear when doors reopen
- The 12-Week Year by Brian Moran*
- The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy*
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