Weekly Evaluation

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“All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination.” ~Earl Nightingale

Today we review our week—how’d it go for you?

As always, don’t berate yourself if you seem to have fallen short of what you wanted to do this week. Draw a line under it and move forward. There’s a brand new week ahead of you and you can start fresh right where you are. You don’t have to spend time in the penalty box or forfeit the progress you have made. Just make a note of where things got away from you, come up with ideas for what you can do about it, resolve to do better this coming week, then move on.

Keep plugging away toward your dreams!

Your homework today is to evaluate where you are on the path to your dreams. Make your plan for the week, making sure to take into consideration the demands on your time and your obligations and responsibilities. Tweak your schedule as needed so that you give yourself every opportunity to be successful this week. Break the steps into small pieces and tiny increments. It’s quite fine to make slow progress toward your goals and dreams as long as it’s steady progress.

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The second part of your homework is to congratulate yourself on the things you did accomplish this week and applaud the things did you do well. Delight in these victories! Do something special for yourself—perhaps include your family and close friends in your celebrations.

 

Keep moving toward your dreams! You can do it—I believe in you!

Post in the comments section what you’re doing to celebrate your accomplishments this week.

I’m so proud of you!

Your Friend,

Lauren

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