We all want to avoid failure, right? Then 2020 happened.
We have watched, some from the sidelines, some from the front lines, as failure presented itself to us front and center. This year, we have ALL had that sinking pit in the stomach feeling, far more than we would have liked.
The good news? You’re reading this. You are still here. You have survived. You will process and adapt and learn and grow from here, just as you have every single day over this past year. More good news? The sun did not ever quit rising. The challenges of 2020 have highlighted what really matters to us in ways few other things have.
I’ve had a lot of people write and ask me how 2020 has changed my approach to goals. Interesting answer: it hasn’t.
HEART Goals™ is different from traditional goal setting because HEART Goals™ works with life’s curveballs instead of setting you up for failure.
For people who used traditional goal setting, 2020 has totally wrecked their goals. The truth is life will always get in the way of traditional goal achievement. But when you’re using HEART Goals™ and life comes your way, you can react flexibly and quickly recalibrate to find your balance and move forward with your goals.
HEART Goals™ is not one more thing. It’s a whole new way of doing everything. It’s about doing less, but better, in the right order, in every area of our lives.
This year I’m teaching my goal setting method in the most accessible way possible. Instead of a time-consuming course, we’re offering a digital guidebook so you can walk through HEART Goals at your own pace. Grab the HEART Goals 2021 Guidebook now, and join me on this journey!
Shop the entire HEART Goals Collection! From the brand-new guidebook for 2021 to planning notepads and resources for your kids, we are creating a set of tools that help you set and work to achieve your goals.
If there is one thing that helps me engage in my goals, it’s having a community around me that propels me forward! It’s probably the same for you. Join me in setting HEART Goals in 2021! I like to think of us as a little tribe for getting things done.