The New York Times is offering a free, 30-day challenge as a great way to build your foundation in 2019. This program focuses on 4 dimensions: Move-Refresh-Connect-Nourish. I'll be participating. Perhaps you'll join me?
'TIS THE SEASON ... FOR REFLECTION
Before you dive into planning for the year ahead, I encourage you to take the time to reflect on the year that is ending. This tool, from Q4 Consulting, provides some great questions for you to consider. Enjoy!
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