How to be proactive rather than reflective on your 2021 plan.

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Casey Horner

The end of a year and the beginning of a new one triggers a mass reflection moment.

Not all reflection is productive though. If you spend a lot of time reflecting on the negatives, and very very long-term goals, your reflection will simply be a reflection (which is important too) without providing many breadcrumbs for immediate action.

When you focus your attention on an end-of-year reflection with a targeted goal of changing how 2021 will look like for you, your questions should become very specific with the intention of producing an action plan.

Here are 3 questions you should be asking in order to produce tangible movement on your business in 2021. …


Sophia Sunwoo

I create moneymaking brands with female entrepreneurs who refuse to settle for mediocre. www.ascent-strategy.com

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