Taking Advantage of Renewed Growth in 2021

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Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry’s biggest B2B challenges online and offline.

 

As a new year begins and we put 2020 behind us, many of us are searching for ways to get back to contentment, peace and growth. I’ve been able to successfully manifest exactly what I want to create each year by following the steps that I’ll be sharing with you below, helping you work toward the goals you’ve laid out for the year ahead.

I’ll walk you through how to:
1. Create a list of goals that you want to turn into reality. You can’t achieve a goal that isn’t well-defined and ready to be attacked.
2. Calendar out these goals in order to achieve them. Set a realistic timeline and fill it with measurable steps toward your goal.
3. End 2021 feeling successful in both your personal and professional accomplishments.

When you set aside a day to reflect on what happened in 2020 and where you want to take your life in 2021, you’re able to create a clear road map to get to your next destination.

In year’s past, I’ve had goals like meet my new husband, buy my dream house, purchase a Cadillac, make $500,000, launch a new course and much more.

By mapping out my year, I’ve attained each of these goals, and it’s such an amazing feeling that I’d love you to experience.

Let’s dive in and create your perfect year, starting right now!

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