2020 Vision: A Year Ahead
If you found your way here to this post, it's likely you are a creator, entrepreneur and/or goal getter?
Creating a 2020 Vision sets your soul on fire to propel you to create a life and business you love.
Spoiler Alert: I will help you simplify health, wealth, business so that you create a life and business you love simpler and faster than you thought possible.
Maybe you've used various planners like me. I've used Brendon Burchard's Daily Planner, Chalene Johnson's Push Journal, and Rachel Hollis's Start Today Journal. I've created my own approach including things I've learned and applied from theirs and added some of my own methods.
For the last 3+ years, I set aside intentional and prayerful time as the year ends into the New Year to set up for success. This year included writing down gratitude for 2019 and best of the year with lessons learned to end of the year. To start the New Year, I created and clarified by 2020 vision for the New Year and decade. I aligned my 10 goals with a 3 X 7 approach tied to my 90 day plan.
Proverbs 29:18 Without vision, people perish.
At the same time, faith without action is dead. I love to create and see the big picture, as well as now take in down to the details. It is in the daily disciplines that we create confidence that you and I are creating a life and business we love.
The daily disciplines help you simplify health, wealth and business. By following a strategy and structure, you reach goals you want faster like time, location and financial freedom. It's time for you to create a 2020 vision to create a life and business you love.
2020 Vision Insights
I believe in vision and goal setting. I align passion and purpose to annual, monthly and daily goals. This makes momentum and creates confidence generating results. As I grew spiritually, mentally, and emotionally, I developed a strategy for creating a vision for life, 1 year to 7 year goals, annual plans, and a 90 day plan.
This is years of practice and influence from transformation teachers. For life legacy, I pray, write in my journal daily, and practice visualization to name a few exercises. With my annual vision, I assess the prior year. I give gratitude for a year lived and I reflect on what worked and what didn't.
In goal setting, I pay particularly close attention to my morning routine, actions, and results. I integrate my passions and purpose in seven areas of life. and stay flexible for surprises. This currently includes seven steps of life. The areas include spiritual, mental, emotional, relational, playful, financial, and physical.
In 2016, I realized I was my happiest when I was making forward movement in every area of life. At the same time, I recognized that there are periods of intense focus in an area to shift it exponentially. My current focus for 2020 is aligning creating a life and business I love with community I love reaching President's Team in Herbalife and my first million dollars in the bank.
Years ago, I didn't have the clarity, alignment or action I do now. The last seven years have been a humbling experience to say the least. I've grown closer to God than ever. That's what happens when the vision and goals are way bigger than you, and you can't do it alone at all.
In 2019, I started asking myself "how bad do you want it". Meaning the vision and life I am dreaming of. I read the Bible straight through for the first time and my faith grew like crazy. I became a regular member of Transformation Church and Passion City.
As a result, several key things changed with my morning and evening routines, actions and accountability. I started setting intentions for every action consistently and tracking results. My alignment in actions intensified, as well as the volume of my actions.
This led to my waking up consistently at 4:30 - 5am at the end of July after our annual Herbalife extravaganza. I simplified and started consistently launching our community courses and events. My actions aligned to the vision more with proposing over $10,000,000 to brands for wellness, media, lifestyle and travel. My self worth, belief and confidence grew massively.
I share this for you to see that I am a freedom fighter to create what I love and help you create too.
2020: A Year Ahead
The first few days of 2020 I spent creating and writing my vision for the year and decade. I started the 10/10/1 practice I learned from Rachel Hollis. I dedicated 4+ hours to go to Target and get the 2020 Vision journal and outline my year and decade. I celebrated myself for taking prayerful and aligned action. I considered what sets my soul on fire.
Let's get into the Vision for 2020 & Beyond.
1. Filled with Light and Love
My first prayer and goal is that I am a beautiful wonderful child of God. That I am being and becoming a Proverbs 31 woman filled with fruits and gifts of the spirit. I pray daily for freedom in thought, word and deed. It is my desire to live a life full of purpose and joy.
I've learned that if I don't put first things first in all aspects of life that I am nowhere near my passion, purpose and potential. I take action on this daily during my morning and evening routines with prayer, Bible reading, journaling to name a few of my practices.
2. Healthier than High School & NPC National
Take care of your body, it's the only place you live - Jim Rohn
My second goal is to be and stay healthier than high school, and reach National Physique Committee National Status with Bikini. I love transforming and inspiring. Like other's did for me, I love showing what's possible at any age (I am 41 years young and say often I am ageless or eternally 25).
In 2013-2014, after years of instability mentally and physically,I lost over 55 lbs with the help of Herbalife Nutrition, healthy habits, and meal bags. I started competing in fitness shows in 2014 as well with Team Edge and the National Physique Committee. I've competed in 3 shows and now placed Top 5 twice.
I love to get my hair and makeup done for every show. I look at it as a great reward (beats almost killing myself running a half marathon LOL). It's awesome to be able to show off hard work as well and not take the placements personal from the judges in the competitions.