Proactive vs Reactive

Believe me, I know how it feels. A new year rolls around and while you’re supposed to be full of hope and promise, instead you’re full of dread. Your to-do list is swallowing you whole, you have no idea how to make your dreams and goals a reality, and you can’t remember not feeling¬†overwhelmed running your business. In the past weeks, I’ve been sharing what I’ve learned from one of the most productive and successful business women I know. This system has changed my business and my life. Being in control of your efficiency is THE key to having the life and business of your dreams.¬†It’s time to step up your game. Check out this video where I break down my process:


As promised below are is the step by step process I use to make my magic, including links to my templates and PDF worksheets:

Step One. Create a Painted Picture.

Step Two. Define your goals and plug them into your year

Step Three. Create Task Lists. (Here’s mine to help you get an idea of what I do;)

Step Four. Schedule them immediately!

Finally, I challenge you to do at least ONE of these steps in the next week. Leave your insights, comments, and questions below. I want to hear from you!

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2 thoughts on “Proactive vs Reactive

  1. Great video Lindsay! I appreciate your example of Master Task list. It’s so true you must schedule the tasks in order to accomplish them.
    I have so many pieces of paper with lists, but agree choosing 3 items per day to start seems to work well.

    Keep inspiring!

    Hugs and best wishes,
    -T.

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