You have 9 days to prepare for it. It starts Sept. 23rd.
It's simple, not necessarily easy, but you can do it. I have faith in you.
At the beginning of the year everyone and their brother is nothing but encouraging and inspiring regarding reaching your goals and getting big things done in the new year.
Right around now, however, those lists and goals are but a distant memory. Let's turn things around, rather than wait to start the coming year with a bang, I say we finish this one resolute and strong.
Are you up for the challenge?
The final 100 Days of 2012 start on September 23rd. You have 100 days to accomplish 12 more things on your Goal and To Do Lists for the year 2012.
Fast forward to New Years Eve. It's going to feel SO amazing to have succeeded in completing everything you set out to do in 2012.
You ready? Here's how to get started:
1) Go to this page: Gina Gonzalez Schanel | Middle Eastern Dance (yes I'm making the dreaded migration over to a new Facebook dance page but I wanted to christen it with special people and a fun project)
2) click Like
3) Post your list of 12 things to accomplish in the final 100 days of 2012 (see my list, posted on the page)
4) Check in from time to time (from once a month to as often as you like) to see share your progress.
Don't procrastinate. Go to this page, Like it and post your list. Feel free to forward this invitation to friends. See you there!
Shimmy, Sizzle, Pop!
What makes the final 100 days so special?
With the busy time of year coming up it's a good time to bring your focus back to important goals in your life. 100 days gives you ample time to actually get things done, not feel rushed, see results and feel successful. Ending the year right sets you up to start the new one with a great mindset.
What kinds of things can I list?
Anything that you will feel proud of finally crossing off your list. You can include big jobs, little things and in between. You can list health goals, dance goals, projects, relationship goals, crafts, dreams or even those pesky little jobs around the house that you keep putting off. Look at my list you'll see it's quite varied.
Do I have to post it on the page?
Yes. Time and again experience has demonstrated that accountability and support are the two missing ingredients to getting things done. What a great opportunity to partake in building such a supportive community from the ground up.