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How to Ditch the Guilt & Finish The Year Feeling Great

Posted on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 by Positivevoice

This morning I read Shaa Wasmund’s blog ‘Declaring War on Guilt’ and it got me thinking; 'There has to be a solution here' - I’m someone who always likes to look for solutions to problems.

As Shaa says, there is nothing worse than nearing the end of the year and having that overwhelming sense of guilt when reflecting on all the goals that haven’t been achieved. She gives some great advice on getting a mentor or an accountability buddy and working to make 2015 an incredible year for fulfilling your goals. All this is wonderful, yet I am left wondering whether a lot could still be achieved in the next 20 days?!

If you are anything like me, you will have a long list of, almost completed, projects and sometimes something as small as a well written email to the right person can make all the difference.

So, I set you the most immense of goals. Make everyone of these 20 days count! Reflect on projects old and new, create an action plan and start ticking off each little step, one by one. You will be amazed by how much you can achieve in just one little day. It is all about tying up loose ends.

If you have limiting beliefs holding you back, then take the time to bust them! All you need to do is list these negative beliefs that are standing between you and success and then contradict them.

“I’ve got no time!” You may say J

As many of you know, I am a full-time mum and I manage to get all my work done while my baby girl sleeps or is being looked after by my wonderful partner. I worked out that, on a good day, during the week, I have 5 hours to play with- once I have checked my emails and done any urgent admin, if I am lucky I am left with 4 hours. On a bad day, I may just have two hours, so for me it is not about making each day count, but rather each hour!


Let me know how it goes by commenting in the box, below, i love hearing success stories!

“Procrastination leads to nothing. Just take action and that creative energy will lead to much more than you can imagine!” (wisely thought by me)






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