Stop sitting on the fence, believe in yourself, and do whatever you need to do to get things done! As much as I love dreamers and their dreams, myself included, I’m starting to think I love action even more. I often meet people who have big dreams then get sucked into and stuck in the small decisions. What I’ve learned over time is I need to write my dreams down, set action steps, and hold myself accountable by sharing with someone else otherwise my dreams rarely become the reality I desire. To me, a dream without a plan is just a vision. Think back on some of the dreams you had last year. What did you want for your relationships, health, finances, or career? What did you do to turn your dreams into reality? Many times when we get stuck in the small decisions, we get slowed down or even halt the progress we’ve made entirely which is where your action steps and accountability shine. Now I want you to think forward into this year and ask yourself, “Is this the year I’m ready to turn my dreams into reality?” This week, I encourage you to focus on a single dream and write down your first five action steps, then share them with me. It can be hard to rely on a friend as your accountability partner when everyone is so busy with their own lives which is why it’s helpful to work with me as your coach! I will walk alongside you offering encouragement, support, and accountability to keep your action steps on track and remind you why you chose this dream. If you’re ready to turn your dreams into reality, I would love the opportunity to visit with you and see how coaching will help you create the life you’re dreaming of! What does living your exceptional life look like to you? What dream are you committed to turning into reality this year? Let Annie know what you think! What small decision are you stuck in? What are your action steps to make forward progress? Who will you ask to keep you accountable? Why? Are you dreaming of writing a book this year? I plan to release 2 and maybe 4 new books this year…Make your dreams a reality!!!
by Annie Meehan