April 4, 2016

My April Goals!

March has been quite the month! Early on in the month I got to travel to Charleston, LA, AND Vegas! What a month! My trip to LA was my first ever to California and I completely fell in love! (More about my visit in my next post) Vegas was pretty great as well with WPPI!

In addition to all the traveling March has really been a month of self reflection and improvement. I’ve recently started listening to podcasts more frequently, reading books more often, and really focusing on creating a personal routine that helps set me up for success.

I read three books that have really helped change my perspective on life and business, and I highly recommend you check them out! The first one was “Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferrazzi. I suggest EVERYONE read this book! It taught me so much about how to meet, network, and build relationships with people! The second book (which I finished in a day) was “Manage Your Day-to-Day by 99U. After reading this book I wanted to completely change my daily routine! Which is exactly what some of my goals for April are going to help me with! The last book I read which literally took me an hour and a half to read was “It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be” by Paul Arden. This was seriously the easiest book to read, but it was really motivating and fun!

I’ve learned a lot through these podcasts and books, and in April my objective is to focus on what I’ve learned and apply them to my everyday routine. I have to admit I’ve already started a couple days ago, and I can feel a HUGE change in my productivity and overall emotion! As you can tell…I went from blogging once or twice a month to three times within the last week! Here’s to keeping the habits!

April Goals

Personal

  • Meditate once a day for at least five minutes
  • Exercise for a minimum of 45 min each day
  • Eat out a maximum of 3x/wk (This is an important one!)
  • Read 3 more books
  • Travel to San Fransisco
  • Continue to work on making my routine a habit

Business

  • Book two more (and final) 2016 weddings
  • Finish entering all 2016 client info into ShootFlow
  • Blog at least twice a week
  • Send newsletter once a week
  • Create Social Media system for automated posts
  • Finish the 2017 Wedding Pricing Guide
  • Receive 10,000 page monthly blog views

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