Time to Review Your Goals (Video) – Episode 22 of Your Weekly Dose of Life-Work Balance
In this week’s video, I shared share a step-by-step process (with questions!) to help you perform a mid-year check-in on your goals. Watch below!
Do you ever set multiple goals at the beginning of the year and then you fail to keep up with them? Totally understandable, it’s easy to lose momentum and put your goals on the side between work and family responsibilities, last-minute emergencies, or just having too much on your plate. A great way to keep working towards your goals and stay motivated is to do a mid-year goal review or reflection.
By doing this, you can measure what worked and change what didn’t, correct the course or create new ones altogether. You can learn a lot about yourself from past experiences and identify your beliefs and behaviors, and where you can improve and grow, both personally and professionally.Watch Episode 22 of Your Weekly Dose of Life-Work Balance: Time to Review Your Goals https://youtu.be/68tomHG8Ors #LifeWorkBalance Click To Tweet
Watch the video to follow my 7-step process for a mid-year goal review, and hear some useful tips.
If you have a hard time creating habits and staying consistent, you might consider working with me! My signature coaching program, LIFE-WORK BALANCE, helps you master different areas such as nutrition, movement, sleep, stress/anxiety/burnout, self-care, and make time for important things with customized lifestyle changes.
Life-Work Balance is focused on the body-brain connection, and it combines epigenetics with neuroscience and positive psychology, allowing you to optimize your well-being while you boost your energy and focus, and increase your productivity and performance. During the program, I’ll help you create habits and maintain momentum so that you can achieve your goals better and faster.
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Holistic Precision Life Coach, Brain Wellness Coach, and Life-Work Balance Strategist for busy professionals. I blend well-being principles with epigenetics, neuroscience, positive psychology, and mindfulness techniques to implement effective behavior changes.