Design Your Year: Taking Action

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You have to start somewhere

Key Questions

  1. What is the easiest thing you can do to start that will take you closer to your goal?
  2. What would be a quick win — something you can do in 24 hours or less and see the benefit of?
  3. What action would bring about the biggest change or propulsion towards your goal?
  4. What would be the hardest step and how can you make it easier?
  5. Who can help you? When can you ask them? Don’t forget to say “please”

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Kate is a renowned career strategist, confidence guru & coach on a mission to make everyone’s Mondays feel as good as Fridays. www.kate-bishop.co.uk

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Kate Bishop

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Kate is a renowned career strategist, confidence guru & coach on a mission to make everyone’s Mondays feel as good as Fridays. www.kate-bishop.co.uk

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