“People may spend their whole lives climbing the ladder of success only to find, once they reach the top, that the ladder is leaning against the wrong wall.” -Thomas Merton

 

There are all kinds of reasons why people write goals. And there are also all kinds of outside influences that can interrupt the process. Ideally, the goals you set will be truly yours, based on things you really want. But sometimes they might turn out to be your parents’ goals for you. Or, maybe they just sounded like good goals in general, looked good on paper, or made you feel important when talking about them with your friends. If you settled on goals that didn’t really feel like you, maybe you just didn’t know you had other options. It could be that your confidence level has not quite grown to the size of your real goals. It takes a lot of courage to set and achieve your own goals. 

In this six-week course, we are going to reflect on a few key strategies that I believe are vital before you begin to craft your 2021 Goals. 

  • Week One: Reflect on The Person You Are Today - November 11th
  • Week Two: Forgive Yourself / Brag on Yourself - November 18th
  • Week Three: Own Who You Are: November 26th
  • Week Four: Remember Your Why by Creating a Visual - December 2nd
  • Week Five: Discover Your Purpose / Write Out Your Ideal Life Plan - December 9th
  • Week Six: Create Your My Personal Mission Statement/ Create a Word That Will Guide You Through 2021? - December 16th

This course will be offered for the first time for FREE! Afterwards, it will be added to our Goal Setter’s Club Course Curriculum for $59

https://shereavejauan.com/beforethegoalworkshop/

Sheréa VéJauan

 author of  the 2020 Goals Journal, as well as several other books and journals. Sheréa resides in Southern California, devoted wife of twenty-eight years to her husband Brian, and mother to their three children, Reginald, Jasmyn and Kennedy. Visit her  at https://shereavejauan.com/  

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Understand your own motivations through self-reflection and evaluation as you learn to set achievable goals. Begin with creating a vision for what you’d like to see your life include spiritually, financially, and socially, at work, in your community, and at home. 

Then learn how to set milestones and take action! Focus on and maintain your ideal balanced life.