Where will 2014 take you?

St. Johns Bridge over the Willamette River in Portland Oregon. Photo by Shannon WilkinsonHas that been on your mind?

It certainly seems to be on the minds of the people visiting here in the last week. Besides the usual (weird) searches for bad black eye that land people here, most people are reading posts that will help them navigate the coming year.

Here are the most popular posts from the last week or so:

Starting 2013 Proud – How giving myself plenty of opportunity to change my mind, made a big thing possible.

Ease Doesn’t Always Mean Easy – How to bring more ease into your life, even when things aren’t easy.

Choosing Choice, Creating Options – How to create space for choice when you are stuck on autopilot.

Training for a Real or Metaphorical Marathon – How to successfully achieve your big dream or long-term goal.

How Simple? Ridiculously. – How to bring simplicity into your planning.

Want a step-by-step process to get what you want this year?

There’s loads of great information in those four posts, and many others here. All available for free.

If you’re interested in a step-by-step process to help you achieve what you really want in 2014, then you can’t beat the Why Resolutions Don’t Work (and how to get what you want anyway) kit. It’s an hour-long audio, plus a companion workbook, that teaches you how to set yourself up for success in making resolutions or goals. For the next week, you can get it for 25 percent off! And, you’ll be able to join in a free call on January 2oth, hosted by me, and my collaborator Janine Adams.

Interested in something different this year?

Grab your copy of Why Resolutions Don’t Work before more time slips away from you.


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