Smart Setting Goals – Make 2020 Your Very Best Year Yet

 

How to Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet

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How to Set Goals for School to Make It Your Best Year Yet!

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How to Make 2020 Your BEST YEAR YET! #2020 #goals

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Make 2020 Your Best Year Yet

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Massive GOAL SETTING Workshop Make 2020 YOUR BEST Year EVER! (DON’T SKIP!!)

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2020 Sucks but it’s still YOUR year! Don’t give up on those goals you set

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Setting SMART Goals How To Properly Set a Goal (animated)

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Create your own SMART goals! When setting wellness goals, creating specific goals to achieve over a designated period of time is the best method to successfully achieve lasting lifestyle changes. We wish you a happy and healthy 2020. Make it your best year yet!

One of my personal goals for 2020 is to get more sleep, which means setting a bedtime for myself and actually sticking to it! One creative way I’ve heard of accomplishing this is by using a bedtime alarm. I would set mine for about an hour before I actually want to go to sleep.

As we head into the second month of 2020, there is still time to start planning and setting goals for the new year. Whether you’d like to do better at school or want to start your career, goal setting is a great way to get and stay on track. “Setting goals put students on the [ ]. Goal setting is the easiest way to make 2020 your best year at school yet! Find out how to do it with our easy framework to kickass goal setting!

2020 Goal Setting: Make It Your Best Year Yet! December 11 2019. Attendees will exit the webinar with an ACTION PLAN to help tackle their 2020 goals and make it their best year yet!

Register now! Other articles of interest: Build a Modern Real Estate Tech Stack. If you are not sure what goals you should set yourself for 2020, these are some great ideas to prompt your goal setting. Best wishes for the new year and happy goal setting! Grab Your New Years Goals Template.

Don’t let your goals for 2020 ideas disappear! Here’s a free printable template to set out your 2020 goals list and stay accountable. Get ready to be inspired — it’s time to start making plans to make 2020 your best year yet! 2020 is fast approaching and I am most excited, first and foremost, for my wedding in August!

Secondly, to continue to help others who are on their own fitness journey, be the support, motivation, inspiration they need to reach their goals!Seven Areas of Life for Smart Goals. We recommend you set goals for these seven significant areas of life: Financial Goals: Start saving for retirement, get out of debt, or use a monthly zero-based budget. Spiritual Goals: Pick up a new devotional, start a daily journal, or plug in to a group at your church.

Fitness Goals: Hit the gym more often, take the stairs, and remember to eat your veggies. Either way, ensuring that the final goal you end up setting is a SMART goal is the best way to go about goal setting. How to Set and Achieve Goals Effectively. SMART goals may be more beneficial than the average goal, but setting a SMART goal is still only half the battle – now you have to achieve it.

Key Points. SMART is a well-established tool that you can use to plan and achieve your goals. While there are a number of interpretations of the acronym’s meaning, the most common one is that goals should be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound..

When you use SMART, you can create clear, attainable and meaningful goals, and develop the motivation, action plan, and support.

List of related literature:

I certainly didn’t create the concept of SMART goals, not by a long shot.

“A Teen's Guide to the 5 Love Languages: How to Understand Yourself and Improve All Your Relationships” by Gary Chapman, Paige Haley Drygas
from A Teen’s Guide to the 5 Love Languages: How to Understand Yourself and Improve All Your Relationships
by Gary Chapman, Paige Haley Drygas
Moody Publishers, 2016

A powerful way to manage your goals is to pick a date every year to reevaluate your goals and accomplishments, set new goals for the coming year, and establish monthly milestones, weekly goals, and daily action steps.

“Now What?: The Young Person's Guide to Choosing the Perfect Career” by Nicholas Lore
from Now What?: The Young Person’s Guide to Choosing the Perfect Career
by Nicholas Lore
Touchstone, 2008

This means breaking big goals apart into achievable subgoals.”

“Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World” by Peter H. Diamandis, Steven Kotler
from Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World
by Peter H. Diamandis, Steven Kotler
Simon & Schuster, 2016

Every year, new books—and Web sites—appear about setting goals.

“Professional Practice for Interior Designers” by Christine M. Piotrowski
from Professional Practice for Interior Designers
by Christine M. Piotrowski
Wiley, 2013

When I set my goals for 2014 and created my yearly vision board (you’ll find instructions for creating your own board later in the book), I listed only one goal for the year.

“Beautiful Uncertainty” by Mandy Hale
from Beautiful Uncertainty
by Mandy Hale
Thomas Nelson, 2016

SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely.

“DASH Diet For Dummies” by Sarah Samaan, Rosanne Rust, Cynthia Kleckner
from DASH Diet For Dummies
by Sarah Samaan, Rosanne Rust, Cynthia Kleckner
Wiley, 2014

For instance, in the first half of 2015, my goals were to successfully launch my previous book, Stand Out, and to work toward doubling my email list to twenty thousand by the end of the year.

“Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive” by Dorie Clark
from Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive
by Dorie Clark
Harvard Business Review Press, 2017

These goals will be evaluated through a set of measurable targets to be achieved by 2015.

“Encyclopedia of World Trade: From Ancient Times to the Present: From Ancient Times to the Present” by Cynthia Clark Northrup, Jerry H. Bentley, Alfred E. Eckes, Jr, Patrick Manning, Kenneth Pomeranz, Steven Topik
from Encyclopedia of World Trade: From Ancient Times to the Present: From Ancient Times to the Present
by Cynthia Clark Northrup, Jerry H. Bentley, et. al.
Taylor & Francis, 2015

I may not have achieved every single written goal within my specified deadline, but I was pleased to see that I made new achievements that far exceeded some of the goals in shorter time frames!

“Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies To Lifetime Wealth Today” by Dean Graziosi
from Be a Real Estate Millionaire: Secret Strategies To Lifetime Wealth Today
by Dean Graziosi
Da Capo Press, 2007

Goal setting: – Set realistic, stepwise short-term goals to reach larger, long-term goals.

“NSCA's Essentials of Personal Training” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
from NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2011

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  • Kurt, thank you for this! I really needed this at a time like this being in my second lockdown in Melbourne! We can still hit our goals and remain positive! ����������

  • Goal ; to start a permaculture project on a farm land in south India. Initial aim: to get support in the initially year from local authority. I have a month to reach how I can do this. Thanks

  • Wish there was more than just one (failing) female figure in this. Makes me not want to use it as an educator. But the information is good.

  • My major goals are
    1. Study much more so I can get a job when I turn sixteen.
    2. Save up $25 after every paycheck, and make 20,000 dollars in 3 yrs so I can move to LA.
    3. To to LATTC, and learn culinary to get my own restaurant.

  • i see young ones here commenting that theyre only watching this cuz their teachers told them to. take it from a 29 yr old who just started to take his life seriously. Dont take this for granted!:)

  • Great Video clip! Sorry for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you ever tried Peytonivon Abs Takeover (google it)? It is a good one of a kind product for mastering life with this simple goal setting technique minus the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my work colleague got cool results with it.

  • My Goals:
    1. Improve my problem solving skills (within 6 months).
    2. Become a full stack web developer (within 2 years).
    3. Become a freelancer (within 4 years).

    These are my top 3 goals

  • Ok, your wish of learning French reminded me something.
    So…..I also wanna learn Korean, because I like kpop, k-dramas and Korean music. The problem is I alway have to rely on subtitles that’s why I started to learn the language. So is it also useless??? Plz answer.

  • I just wanted to say thank you to you and Sezzy because you insprired me to take control of my health. I was diagnosed with PCOS, which led me to do the sweat it to shred it program. I finished it and afterwards started a running program. I have gone three months straight working out and I used to be very sedentary. Thank you for motivating me and being who you guys are. ❤️

  • 1. I will learn holly Quran
    2.with my teacher to evaluate me
    3.l plan every day l will study ex friday and my lessons 3 times
    4. I will end insha’Allah in next Ramadan

  • This podcast honestly could not have come at a better time. I’m just deciding which career pathway to enter into fresh out of my undergrad, and my main concerns before watching this podcast were whether I should choose monetary success and pride in having a high-paying career over my absolute dream job. It’s such a simple message; that success comes from having a love for what you do, but honestly that message sometimes gets lost. This helped clear up so much for me and really put things into perspective. Sincerely, thank you so much, I really needed to hear that.

  • Excellent advice… “Man ever aspires to greater heights and loftier goals. He ever seeks to attain a world surpassing that which he inhabits, and to ascend to a degree above that which he occupies.” Baha’i Faith

  • How does one decide what is relevant when they believe that most everything outside of eating, sleeping, and being living is irrelevant?

    I would like to learn a language, but at no point in the future do I ever see myself in a situation where I would need to know another language, except maybe Spanish but highschool has ruined that.

    What’s wrong with wanting to learn French because it sounds nice?

  • Kurt! I love this Podcast your voice is very soothing to listen to. I’ve watched this 3 times such an inspiring video! Thank you for your honesty!!! #2020isnotdead

  • Thank you angel, you are on to it:) i am now that much closer to doing what i love…i hope you share your heart more because it speaks volumes of wisdom

  • i set up big goals and i gave up i set up smaller ones and i got bored in the way and i couldn’t fight the thought that im miserable silly and stupid in way of not being able to use my brain in the best wat to make things better, still my math is good but does that do anything smart ppl dont give up so no absolutely no
    i dont know what to do now everything I get interested in becomes boring

    any advise?

  • This is actually my year lol my husband and I took the jump and sold all our belongings, selling our house and we’re moving a 7-8 hour flight away!

  • I agree with you. This week I’ve started live more fit, healthy and just trying to help our planet by buying some eco friendly products. I feel more useful. I think that COVID can’t stop us from chasing our dreams and goals for 2020. We can’t be scared of public opinion or fear failure. We have to try. ���� Greetings from Poland!����

  • This video was so soothing, I love it! I enjoyed how simple this is. I just posted a “2020 Goal Setting” video on my channel and am now nailing the planning. Thanks for the tips and good luck this year!

  • Love love loveed this episode �� It really came at the perfect time, as I have really been questioning myself these last few days… My big project for 2020 has been finally starting a Youtube channel (after years of wanting to do so!) a month ago. Putting myself out there has been super scary, but the creative satisfaction I get from pursuing my goals feels so so worth it ���� #2020isnotdead

  • Yes! Totally needed this! I am literally at a place in my life where I got out of a job I was unhappy with, I moved out of a state I was unhappy with and a relationship I was unhappy in. I’m 31 and feeling just so behind, wishing I had gone for what I really wanted when I was younger.

  • How to make 2020 your best year:
    1Create a habit to stay healthy
    2Create a habit to build your financial freedom
    3Create a habit to love and share
    ….Focus more on BE, than HAVE

  • It’s all about your perspective & thoughts. Your thoughts create your feelings. Don’t let your mind control you. Practice some thought work and get on with it

  • Honestly, I really needed this Pod Cast! It’s the slap in the face, wake up call that I needed to stop being so scared of change. Life is way to short to be afraid and letting others decide for me. Thank you for this eyeopening Pod Cast and I can’t wait for many more to come! Sending love all the way from Mississippi!! #2020isnotdead

  • Iʻve been following Sarahʻs Day for about 4 years and today was the day I finally downloaded spotify (i know iʻm a dinosaur �� dinosaurs are cool lol) for the purpose of listening to this podcast. I needed this message. Im writing this comment so I can come back and reply to it that Iʻve smashed my 2020 goals!

  • This was SOOOOO needed, thank you so much! This year has been my best year so far, despite the circumstances we are facing as a whole in the world right now. So being reminded that we can still have a great year despite everything that is going, truly reassured me! ❤️

  • Hi Clark, l have been drinking 500 ml of warm water every morning (and not eating or drinking anything for 45 mts) since 2012. I have also been doing oil pulling since then. It has helped me control my weight, my age, and the quality of my skin. Your videos are very inspiring and I love to watch them from start to finish. Thank you and have a great year!

  • Thank you so much Kurt for this!! this nugget was so so full of love, so honest and uplifting �� love the hash tag idea #2020snotdead
    ♥️♥️♥️

  • As of currently me, my elder sister, my mom and dad are suffering from diabetes, and I’m scared something is going to happen to one of use, especially since my sis and I are so young, and it’s really hard to control. My goal for watching this is so that we can at least gain the strength to control it and live a long healthy life style.

  • This was an awesome poddy nugget! I’ve been in this hole with uni (I’m studying design) and complaining about how hard it is and it’s so easy to get lost and forget about why I’m doing it! This has picked me right up and I’m keen to get back into it now �������� Thinking about that end goal. #2020snotdead

  • work goal is to get 7 figures passive income from gaming industry
    rest goal is sleeping in my dream house
    adventure goal is a dolphin encounter.

  • Don’t forget about the floods and hail storms in Australian between the bush fires and Corona, we don’t wanna miss out on any details of our sucky year.

  • This is so timely. I’ve always loved your poddies featuring both of your career stories because they’ve always been so inspiring. Aahhh thank you for showing me how much more I could achieve and become. Just so you know, part of my goals in life is to have a family as loving as the Stevenson-Tilse’s ���� thankful for your platform everydayno exaggeration!

  • This video has actually helped me a lot. I feel really releived actually c,: I’ve been setting goals for myself for years, and I never followed these steps. I always tried and then failed, and I thought it was that I didn’t have enough motivation. But this really showed me that I was completely going about this all wrong. I’m going to go make some goals for myself! Tysm!!

  • Thank you so much Kurt! I absolutely love this motivational videos and you’re absolutely right, this year can still be the year!
    I teach Pilates classes and was teaching online for the first time since March l, it was really challenging bue I gave it my all, embraced it and it brought me much success! Since then, already been invited to give workshops on the topic to fellow instructors, and started new groups! That was a possibility I hadn’t think about before all this! Let’s look at the positive, there’s always room to grow ��
    Who’s podcast we’re you talking about?
    Thank you for this poddy nugget, superb! Waiting for thee next one! ��

  • Thank you Kurt �� always happy to listen to the healthcode during my evening walk in Paris
    Hope you and the fam are having a great week ����

  • Great podcast. I just have one disagreement with you and that’s about money. I have been told many times never to worry about money and the people that tell me that already have money! I work part time and study part time. Money is a big thing in life and I struggle! You can’t tell me not to worry when you need money to sustain yourself. I’m fortunate to have a part time job in a field I’m studying and it’s great. Just don’t tell me not to worry about money when you have heaps to not worry about ��
    Better advice would be to LEARN how to manage your money, understand your situation, understand how to use it wisely. Just saying “don’t worry about money” imo is really bad advice

  • I needed this… I’m trying to build and grow my fitness Instagram page and start my YouTube. I’m going to refer back to this when I get discouraged cause this helped me so so much �������� I appreciate you and Sarah so much!!!!

  • Thank you soo much for this motivation! I’m scared of failing and that’s why I go back to the comfortable normal, but this was just the kick I needed to stay on track. A friend told me once that if you instantly achieve everything you attempt to do, you’re not aiming high enough. So now I view declines and difficulty as a sign that I’m reaching for my highest potential ����

  • That “study” you quoted was made-up. It’s long since been disproven. The study was concocted by self-help gurus to sell people on their goal setting ideas, courses, books. There is no “science” to goal setting. If you want science, read Atomic Habits.

  • Needed this positive boost in my day and thank you for that. Making my goal list now! My list might be a tad strange as someone who has medical issues like I nearly died twice within the last couple months level of yikes. Some goals relearning how to pee again so I can get this subrapubic catheter out of me, keep up with physical therapy exercises, making sure to eat healthy even when I get sick, having fun on duolingo learning languages even though I have adhd and find healthy coping menchanisms to deal with not being able to get all the surgeries I need within 2020 cause of covid19 /deal with being disabled. It’s hard to make long term goals as I never know if I’ll make it to 25 but focusing on the now and what I can do it what I need to work on within my power/limatations. Thank y’all for being open and real not many people are this way and it helps tons: )

  • To whoever asked the question about coping with losing a parent: Losing a parent is a horrible experience. You suffer through the initial loss and then the constant reminders when they aren’t there for things they normally would be. In my case, I just spent 2019 trying to recover from losing my mom in January. It is December and I still have moments where I will sit down and start to cry. Birthdays, Thanksgiving, and now Christmas without her has been rough. I have heard so many people say it gets easier and I have had days where I feel okay, but when the reminders surface it is hard not to get lost in the emotions. A friend of the family said it best when she pulled me aside after the funeral. She told me that she won’t say that it gets better, but she will say that you get used to the parent being gone. It will always be hard, but you learn to move forward with the loss. One of the biggest things that has helped me is journaling. When I feel overwhelmed with the emotions of the loss, I sit down with my journal and write it out. I won’t say that it always makes me feel 100% better, but it does help. So sorry to whoever has suffered the loss of their parent. Praying for you.

  • Thank you Kurt! I love hearing from you and Sarah here in the UK! I’ve started writing in lockdown and this has really motivated me to stop procrastinating and GET ON WITH IT! Thank you! Hope you guys are all doing okay x

  • I love you guys, i’m from Chile ���� and even when we are so far away and we don’t speek the same language, I feel that I know you both ��

  • Wow. SO many things in this video resonated with me. Especially living with a hoarder husband who doesn’t pick up after himself. I need to remember everything he does for me! Thanks, Jenny. This was really valuable. I feel really encouraged now.

  • Tip: don’t make a number and % your goal, make an identity your goalwhat would be evidence of being as fit and healthy and lean as you want to bewould it be a 5 minute mile? would it be a 100 mile cycling ride once a week? Make THAT your goal, maintain THAT and never make a number your goal!

  • “You’re forty years right now; you still have another forty years ahead of you till you’re eighty.” This quote hit hard, Kurt!! �� I’m forty and going through such a painful chain of events that it hurts my soul to even speak it. You’re right though. Now is a good time to write a new list and hit the ground running. ��

  • Hello sir very well explained. Kindly share on which software which software you created this video. I will appreciate. Many thanks.

  • Clark, I am new to you and your You Tube channel. I just watched The Secret episode because that was on my mind and you popped up. Looking forward to watching more

  • Exactly what I needed to hear entering this new journey called parenthood in the coming weeks!! Thank you for being a light in this world!

  • Kurt this is so uplifting, thanks for reminding us to keep thinking positively and not to get stuck in a routine we hate. Would love to hear you speak more on this. #2020isnotdead

  • I JUST finished Sweat it to Shred it and LOVED IT!! I started in iso and it seriously changed my outlook on fitness! I’m actually uploading a video about all my progress and results later today! Can’t wait to listen to the poddy later, Kurt always has the best advice��

  • Goals:
    1. extra $38,500 income between now and Thanksgiving
    2. 7 minute work out 5 x per week
    3. Find new hiking trails I’ve never explored

  • I am 5 months in but it’s okayI got this, watch the rest of the year flourish for me. Do you believe the same? If so like, subscribe and I will do the same! We got this 2020

  • work goals
    make money from trading as much as my day job
    sell my house and buy two appartments 1 for live and other for rent

    rest goals
    be active in non profit organisation
    practice spiritual rituals 2 times in a day

    adventure goals
    tomorrowland or ultra
    party once a week

    voila c’est ma liste mon cher ami.
    Love from paris

  • What would I do if I could not fail:
    1. I want to make $5million per month
    2. Anna is my other special lady
    3. I weigh 170ish lbs with mostly muscle.

  • Thank you!! I’m a singer songwriter and haven’t been able to gig in over a year and I feel like I’ve recently been going through a phase of feeling like I can’t do it anymore, that I’m no good. When Kurt started talking about fear and becoming the victim of negetivity I was like… Oh Wowwww

  • Even though this year did not go how I thought it would go, it is still a good year. I studied to become a nurse and got my degree but I hated the last year and knew I did not want to work as a nurse. Then I started another study but I quit because it was also not for me, I think if this year went different I would not have dared to do it. Now I am starting a job on monday that is right up my street and one I hopefully will love. So this year turned out to be quiet good. Greetings from the Netherlands.

  • Awwww, is that your sweet Sally in front of your fire? This was such an excellent video. So inspiring! So true and spot on! My son keeps it real like you do… I am a people pleaser and a Minnie Martyr by nature. On Friendsgiving, I made a huge traditional meal for my son and five friends and his coworkers… Instead of using the super clean restroom of mine, he directed them to THE AWFUL BATHROOM he uses… I was so embarrassed… So the next day this was the conversation: Me: I couldn’t believe you sent Brad and Aaron and Josh to your bathroom. Him: It’s fine! Me: No. It’s not clean and that’s a reflection on me. Him: No, Mom. It isn’t. Me: Yes, it is. I want guests to have a clean bathroom….. wait for it! Him: Well… ya should have cleaned it up then. LOL… I just opened and shut my moth a few times like a giant catfish on the riverbank. If that ain’t the Method, I dunno what is. Love your videos and you! G.

  • Make the Top 5% of the Year Group, top English, Christian Studies, Modern History, Legal Studies. Then get an A in G8 Piano and Prefect.

  • So good!!! Thanks for always keep us honest, accountable and inspired! This year has been hectic + it’s been hard #strugs #2020ISNOTDEAD

  • These if life were perfect premises always rub me the wrong way. Life is not perfect. Stuff just happens. You are setting yourself up for failure. I recognise that is based on a somewhat personal definition of failure. Blah, limiting beliefs, blah, yes yes a know the gospel. Just saying the aim higher than you now think is attainable approach is not working or motivating for everyone.

    The how to filter goals from the brainstorming section to the actual journal part was a bit sparse. Maybe you guys have best pratices how to select goals and judge a healthy amount of goals?

  • “Do you have any dreams or goals that you’re currently working on?”

    Since last month I’ve been learning a programming using JavaScript language on a website called khan academy.
    My goal is to create personal or public games.
    And honestly it’s going good.
    I still have many things to say, but I don’t want to explain too much.

  • Hi Clark. Can you do a video on how to talk to anyone you just for the first time?? Especially to a girl ����you just saw and how you’ll go and talk to her and what you will talk to her??

  • Thanks for doing these videos. I would like to know more about your diet. When your buying foods do you tend to buy organic or do you use conventional products? Also, do you worry about carbs or can you have all you want?

  • Thank you for taking time in your already busy day guys to talk to us here and inspire us. You have a small baby boy, busy lifes but somehow you find time to motivate yourself and all of us here. I have been following you on yourube for years now, and you keep surprising me you know. Somehow you find strengh in yourself to keep moving upwards in your life and the honesty and effort you put into this is not going unnoticed. Thank you for being you!

  • I can’t express how much gratitude I have for this video Kurt. I’m watching/listening while working from home and actually started tearing up. Everything you said I needed to hear and you are so sincere in your video that it really touched the heart. Thank you so much! You have literally made me sit up and realize I have to change my life. Thank you!! You and Sarah have made such a positive impact on my life. Thank you a million times over

  • I love your ideas, especially scripting your life and then seeing it happen. The whole what you think about, you bring about. I love that you put this into a Christian perspective, because for so many it was New Age and too woo woo, when it’s not. And I appreciate the remarks about our husbands. God love them.

  • my biggest work goal: get an A on my next architecture project
    Rest goal I have two and they’re both important: do 6 months nofap challenge and gain more weight and muscle
    play gola: learn singing

  • I was just watching your old ones and thinking “man I hope he makes one for this year”. ���� wish granted thanks! Also you are doing witchcraft, you’re summoning your preferred life ��

  • I have another question. I am a craftsy, artsy loving girl. I would love to use my creativity like you, to start my own business. Could you tell me how you got started and what you did to make your dream a reality?

  • Thank you. You are so right in so many ways. Love you guys. Keep up the good work. And look after yourself and the little one. Hugs 1������‍��

  • Thanks Jenny❣️ This is the exact pep talk I need to start the New Year. God answered my prayer ( or should I say my wailing to Him ) Every thing you said made my heartstrings sing & made me realize how truly blessed I am.

  • This poddy was much needed. So nice to hear about the negatives and positives and to be aware of both. Thank you The Health Code podcast for making my day better! #2020snotdead

  • I love how you’ve illustrated this. SMART goals are ‘de rigueur’ in coaching and business and I find them very useful. I have often found it useful to make a distinction between ‘big dreams’ and ‘attainable goals’, as I’ve seen some people try to ‘SMART’ the big dream. I find it’s also work exploring impact bias. Thanks for this video!

  • Hey I currently have 7 subjects in total and 4 subjects per day so I was wondering do I study all 7 subjects every day or just the 4 that I have the next day? Thx