“Finishing things creates momentum.”
2016 is here and if you’re anything like me you’ve been busy planning and goal setting for the year. But I don’t believe that setting yearly goals is enough, and neither is setting 90-day goals. I believe you also need what I call Momentum Moves.
Momentum Moves are monthly, weekly, and daily tasks you complete to create momentum and move closer to accomplishing your long-term goals. And this is why I not only set goals for the year but also for each month.
Here are my blogging, business, and writing goals for January:
Write in my journal every day. I have ideas for two books and no time to work on either one. But I believe that daily journaling will get me a step closer to seeing at least one of these books on the shelves of my favorite book store one day.
Update the See Jane Write blog five days a week. I’ve been telling the women of See Jane Write to blog more and more consistently, so I must lead by example.
Reopen See Jane Write membership. Stay tuned!
Submit personal essays to two online publications. I have my eye on Beautiful Bodies of Birmingham and I Am the F-Bomb.
Redesign the See Jane Write website. It’s time to give Jane a makeover.
Create an event planning guide for the ladies of See Jane Write. I’ve been encouraging many of you to start hosting live events to promote your blog, book, or business. I’ve decided to put together a comprehensive guide to help you with that.
Reach 1,000 fans on the See Jane Write Facebook page. You can help me out with this by liking our page.
Increase the See Jane Write mailing list by 100 people. Have you signed up? If not, you can join the fun here.
Plan See Jane Write events for February. Next month I hope to have a fun event with the Janes to celebrate my 35th birthday and a workshop with photographer and videopgrapher Lynsey Weatherspoon. Details coming soon.
Do you need help going after your goals? See Jane Write can help you do just that. Membership will reopen soon. Sign up for our email list to be notified.
What are your goals for January?