Hey friends 👋🏻
Curious to know if you tried out any of the journaling/annual review templates I included in last week’s email.
In my humble opinion, it’s the #1 thing that makes me show up at my best and slay dragons every single day.
If you still get some time off this week and would like to live your dream life, I strongly encourage you to give annual review a go.
What gets tracked gets managed. What gets managed gets improved.
Today in 4 minutes or less, you’ll learn:
✔️ How to leverage #newyearnewme
✔️ What happened in 2023 stays in 2023
✔️ How to ditch core beliefs that don’t serve you
Doable ideas 💭
I don’t really believe in “new year resolutions”.
BUT if that gives you momentum to hit the gym, quit the job you don’t like or start a new hobby, ride the momentum as much as you can.
Everyone starts somewhere.
As long as you show up consistently, build the habit, make no excuse, you will get results.
Hence I’m more in the camp of “1% improvement” – taking baby steps (consistency) means I will show up regardless instead of relying on motivation to strike.
Do you set any new goals for the year?
What’s your one-word theme for 2024?
I’d like to keep you accountable for your goals this year. Hit reply and we’ll start a club 🤜🏼
What’s something you’d like to leave in last year?
We have a lot of recurring thoughts.
Most are repetitive.
Most aren’t useful.
Most actually stem from hard-wired beliefs we developed since childhood.
We were told how the world’s “supposed” to work. We looked for evidence to further support those beliefs.
But the new, better version of you (however you define it) requires a different set of worldviews and values.
Are you ready to transform in 2024?
Reflecting on my journey and changes last year, I realised I let go of 5 core beliefs and I became a better self. Get inspired from my recent video here on how I changed my mindset on beauty, aging, nutrition, cooking, and career. Join me on this path of reinvention and ignite positive change in your own life ✨
Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠
Test ideas by experiment and observation. Build on those ideas that pass the test. Reject the ones that fail. Follow the evidence wherever it leads. And question everything, including authority. Do these things and the cosmos is yours.
– Ann Druyan
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