Change your life with a mid-year reset

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This is your chance to make room for the good that is coming with a mid-year reset. Here’s how you get started:

For many of us, this year was a year of new beginnings.
A year of transition. 
A year of finding our next normal. (whatever normal means now at least) 

But now that we’re six months in and halfway through this year, it’s time to reflect and reset. 

1. Make a list of things you’ve accomplished so far this year.

Celebrate the tiny victories and the big wins. Writing it out on paper is a useful tactic to help you feel proud of how far you’ve come this year.

2. Analyze your vision board and goals you created at the beginning of the year and see if they are still relevant.

As the year progresses, your priorities will shift. It’s okay to remove or recalibrate your goals. Your mid-year reset is your chance to get back to the goals that matter most. If your vision board is totally out of alignment, you can always build a new one. Taking the time to sit with your new goals will help you be more likely to achieve them this year.

3. Make a plan to achieve the goals from your mid-year reset.

While 6 months have already passed, there’s always the opportunity to continue to build the life you want to lead. Take the steps today to align yourself to the new you need. This includes breaking out those goals into an action plan that you can achieve. Start with the big picture goal and then break it down into the tiny steps you can take to reach that goal.

4. Give yourself grace.

If you’re behind on a goal or need to readjust your expectations because reality set in, remember that you’re human. And sometimes just showing up is enough.

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