Planning for 2021
How would it feel to have an organized and productive end to 2020 so you can set yourself up for a successful start in 2021? Listen in as Ashlie shares her exciting new planner that incorporates both digital and paper strategies to keep your goals within reach by taking action every day!
In this episode, Cathy and Ashlie discuss:
- The importance of creating goals with a reasonable action plan
- Differences between a digital calendar vs. a paper planner
- Details about Ashlie’s new digital planner
- Why action items are not the same as a to-do list
- The benefits of the physical act of writing
- Why Ashlie keeps her personal and business action items separate
- Ashlie’s affiliate program to offer her October-December planner to clients
Ashlie Pappas is married with two teenage children. She has been in the health and wellness industry for over a decade as a nutrition counselor, weight loss specialist, personal trainer, yoga instructor, health coach, meditation teacher, and essential oil educator. She is the founder of Naturally Ashlie-Naturally Oiled, and the host of the successful Stress Free Naturally and Naturally Recovered Meditation Podcasts. She’s personally lost over 100 pounds, as well as adapted to life with a debilitating nervous system disorder. When not hard at work, Ashlie gets outdoors as much as possible, frolics, plays ice hockey, and tackles her bucket list. She helps others to learn to love themselves again through simple and realistic lifestyle shifts that include nutrition and healthy eating, physical activity, stress reduction, and activities that bring more meaning and joy into life. Through her blog, podcast, courses, and coaching, she’s dedicated her life to helping others to prioritize themselves, reduce stress and achieve their health and wellness goals.
- “A calendar and a planner are two totally different things even though they do cover some of the same ground.”
- “Being able to keep everything in one place in terms of organization is just really helpful.”
- “Make sure you’re going after your big goals and that you’re preparing for the year ahead, but make sure you’re getting them down so they’re bite-size so you’re not trying to fit the entire mountain in your mouth.”
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