Six months of 2020 have flown by and we have successfully navigated a series of unexpected but impactful events throughout the world.
As I view my 2020 goals from January, it gets a little hard to see my progress but then I look in my planner and flip through the days from March to present and get excited. I made it through a lot of challenges and had a few failures but I didn’t give up and stay rooted in my couch with junk food as my comfort.
Today, I entered an appointment for July and had to pass the section in my Passion Planner called the monthly reflection. Normally, I would continue to pass this area without a second thought but not this year. This year, I am completing each question.
One of the things which makes the Passion Planner special is the manner in which it is set up to allow for this paper planner to also serve as a personal life coaching tool. And while I have known that in theory, I haven’t actually used it as such. But this year, I use my planner for work and personal instead of only work. And since I work from home, I don’t have the same concerns about maintaining privacy of what I write.
So today I finally did it.
I answered each question in the reflection area.
I began my mid year passion roadmap.
The questions were simplistic on the surface but they forced me to re-consider what I did over the month and how those activities impacted my life. If you haven’t given Passion Planner a try, they have a free download page on their website. This will allow you to try it before you buy it.
What do you do to keep yourself engaged in assessing your progress? Let me know in the comments.
Til next time,
“Little by little becomes a lot.” – Anonymous
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