Posted by Anne-Louise on Apr 5th, 2016 | Comments Off on When it feels like failure, Celebrate the Wins
How to cope when it feels like the gravy has hit the fan
We’ve spent the last two months honing our goals and doing the work to figure out what we really want out of 2016. Like I’ve said before: New Year’s resolutions are fleeting if they are not well crafted goals with clear boundaries. What makes goal setting more powerful than New Year’s resolutions is that people are somehow...
Posted by Anne-Louise on Mar 3rd, 2016 | Comments Off on Areas of Influence
Your Future, Your Vision, Your Goals
Welcome back, dolls!
Last time, we began our new endeavor of setting goals that have some “ummph!” to them! We did this by making them Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound, and (most importantly) Yours. Get your SMARTY Goals worksheets here, if you still need them, because we’re going to use them again this week!
Posted by Anne-Louise on Feb 11th, 2016 | Comments Off on It’s time to create some SMART-Y Goals
Hello my Audacious friends!
Last week, we talked about what it is we want for 2016: how we want to feel, what we want to create in our lives. Did you define some obstacles that were getting in your way? Did you come up with some creative solutions and action plans to remove those roadblocks?
I have been working on my goals since I last wrote to you. Doing this together helps me stay focused!...
Posted by Anne-Louise on Jan 31st, 2016 | Comments Off on Stop creating New Year’s Resolutions!
I can’t believe it’s the end of January already! How did that happen?
I’m curious! Did you set New Year’s Resolutions?
Well, stop it!
Tell me truly: when was the last time you set a New Year resolution and stuck to it? (Seriously, I wanna know! Hit reply to this email to tell me your success story!)
But most of the time, we all forget that we even set New Year resolutions by February...
Posted by Anne-Louise on Nov 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off on Searching for Community: Part II
Build your Tribe
It’s one thing to say, “go find people who love or are doing the things you love and want to be doing!” But how do you actually go about doing that? When we were kids, we just went up to other kids, and offered some red playdough in exchange for some blue playdough, and BAM! friends for life! But how does one do this as an adult?
Start or join a creative circle