Find Your Best You Online Program – Launching April 2018

I am super excited to launch the first round of the self-paced ‘Find Your Best You’ Online Program for 2018 and to celebrate I am offering you the chance to secure your spot at a highly discounted rate.  This offer will end on 18th March 2018!

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I wrote this online program because I wanted to offer you the opportunity to achieve your goals, make a long lasting change and achieve the success that you have always dreamed of.  I want you to accomplish whatever it is that you have set your mind to do and I am going to be here to work with and support you every step of the way.

Are you ready to accomplish and make a long lasting change…? Enroll now.

By the end of the program you will come away feeling motivated and empowered to achieve your goal and achieve the success that you have always wanted and dreamed of.

You’re going to learn how to:

  • reduce your debt and finally have savings.
  • be organised so you can actually get things done.
  • finally lose the weight you said you were going to lose and have that confidence that you have always dreamed of.
  • be strong, fit and healthy.
  • get out of that dead-end job and being working in a career that is fulfilling.
  • get balance back into your life so you can spend quality time with the people you care about.
  • launch and grow your business or blog.
  • accept your self and who you are and grow through personal development.
  • finally reduce those feelings of anxiety and stress and live your life the way you want to.
  • declutter your home and create a home life that you have always wanted.

How bad do you want it?  Enroll now.

What to Expect

Right from the start I’m going to speak to you like you’ve already achieved your goal and the success that you have always dreamed of.  At times you’re going to feel overwhelmed, anxious and fearful but I want her to empower, motivate and drive you to succeed.

Throughout the program I will teach you the skills, techniques and strategies that lead to success through a series of weekly emails, worksheets and prompts.

You will learn how to look at your life objectively and assess where things are at RIGHT NOW.  You’ll discover where you may be feeling stuck, what may be missing or where you may want more.

Are you ready?  Enroll now.

I’ll challenge you and encourage you to be selfish and discover why you want to achieve your goal and what it will mean for your life.  This is what is going to motivate you and be a constant reminder for you when you become faced with feelings of uncertainty, doubt, frustration and fear.

You will move away from having an idea and actually making it into an achievable and measurable goal using a technique that can be used to achieve anything.

You’re going to discover and finally SMASH those limiting beliefs and behaviours that have been stopping you from achieving all of this time.  You’re going to discover the things that you’re good at, your skills and resources that help you to achieve what it is that you want.

Do you want it?  Enroll now.

We’re going to work together to create an action plan that is realistic and achievable.  Stop wasting your time floundering around, falling off the bandwagon.

You’re going to learn how to maintain motivation when you feel like its becoming to hard and you want to give up.

It’s time to take action.  Enroll now.

After you enroll in this program you will receive:

  • prompts, goal setting exercises and worksheets.
  • unlimited email support and correspondence from me.
  • access to an exclusive Facebook Group full of wonderful women like yourself.
  • lifetime access to worksheets and other resources.

 

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Are you ready to:

  • stop feeling stuck?
  • stop feeling like you want more and actually have more?
  • stop feeling like something is missing and actually work it out and get it?
  • start living a lifestyle that’s positive, rewarding and fulfilling?
  • stop feeling overwhelmed and actually make a start?
  • stop repeating the same goal year and year and actually do something about it?
  • take back control?

Are you ready to find your best you?  Enroll now.

 

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NOTE:  Packages must be paid in full before the commencement of any service.

 

 

Where to Start when there is a Shitload of Things to Do

In this blog post I share with you a goal setting strategy that you can use to help you determine and prioritise what the most important thing is to work on when it feels like you want to achieve so much all at once and that you feel like everything is equally important. If you like you can join my free email course where I can help and support you every step of the way.

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It can be really tough when it there is so much that you want to do and it feels like there is so much going on inside your head. If you’re anything like me, once I start to focus on one thing another half a dozen other things come up that I also want to do and I become easily distracted. When this happens things can quickly become confusing, overwhelming and stressful and that is when you can run the risk of losing complete focus and can become stuck.

I’m here to share with you a technique that you can use to avoid becoming confused, overwhelmed and stressed when you have many ideas inside your head or when there is many things that you want to achieve. You can join my free email course where I can help and support you every step of the way.

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The Benefits of Prioritising

Prioritising tasks and goals is important, especially when at face value, everything seems to be equally important and there are competing demands. Knowing what to work on first can affect your success in achieving the task at hand and achieving your overall outcome.

Not every task or goal is equally important.

Learning and knowing how to prioritise tasks and goals can help to teach you that not everything is as equally important as what they first appear to be. There are things that are super important that need to be done TODAY, and there are other things that, although they are still important, they can be put off for another day. I’ll teach you how to do this further down.

Avoid wasting time and achieve more.

Knowing what to work on first can help you to avoid wasting precious time and increase your ability to achieve more. There is nothing worse than knowing that you have a deadline, but realising that you have been wasting time doing meaningless things such as scrolling on Facebook (I’m guilty!) or watching the latest episode of that must see television show (also guilty!). This is called procrastination and can lead to that last minute panic and can cause unnecessary stress. I’ll teach you how to beat procrastination another time.

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Conserves your energy and attention.

As I mentioned in the point above, knowing what to work on first can help you to conserve your energy and maintain your focus and attention on things that really need your focus and attention.

Ensures that deadlines are met.

Learning the skill of determining whether things are as important as what they need to be and prioritising helps you in the planning process and ensures that those important deadlines are met and that you don’t have some serious explaining to do.

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Learning How to Prioritise in 7 Easy Steps

Below are the seven steps that you can take to prioritise and decide what you need to work on next. Join my free email course where I can help and support you every step of the way.

1. The Brainstorm

I call this process an ‘action log’, which is basically a brainstorm or a brain dump of all the things that you want to do, all of the ideas in your head and all of the goals that you want to achieve. This is one of my favourite steps to do in the planning process and you can read more about the specific steps here. You’ll find writing everything down helpful as all of those fluffy ideas will become more concrete.

I strongly encourage you to set a time frame for your action log. For example, is this action log a brainstorm of all the things you want to do in the next month, the next 12 months or the next five or ten years. This will help you to put your action log into perspective.

2. Short Term and Long Term

From this list of ideas have a look at what you want to achieve in the short term and what you want to achieve in the long term. It may seem like you need to do everything RIGHT NOW, but honestly, some things need to wait and they can wait.

3. What is important

Take a look at what you want to do in the short term. There might be one thing listed here or there may be several. If there is one thing listed you may like to start this process again and use this same process to break that task, idea or goal down into small, manageable steps. If there is more than one thing listed, you need to determine what is the most important. You can do this by using a high, medium and low importance colour coding or numbering system. By doing this you will begin to have a clearer picture about what needs to be done immediately and what things can be done at another time.

4. What needs doing RIGHT NOW

From here you need to determine what you need to do RIGHT NOW, based on what you considered to be of high importance. When you’re determining what you need to do immediately also consider:

  • how long it is going to take to achieve it
  • any upcoming deadlines
  • and the difficulty.

Often the things that are the most difficult or the hardest to accomplish are the things that we should be doing first.

What do you need to do right now?

5. Write that list in order

By now you should have a list full of scribbles, colour codes and numbers. Its time to take that list and put it in order from what you’ve discovered to be most important that needs to be done urgently to what you discovered to be least important.

Include this list on your vision board, up on your wall or in your bullet journal so it is always visible. You can read more about putting together your own vision board here. Having a constant visual reminder will keep you motivated and will prompt you to actually get things done.

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6. Is there anything that anyone else can do?

Often we want to be miracle workers or super women and do everything ourselves, but realistically, having this mindset can reduce your success, cause unnecessary stress or make things take a lot longer than what they need to be. It’s okay to ask for help. It’s okay to pull your resources together and use them to get the job done. Pulling your resources together and asking for help will free up your time to do the things that you want to do and will help you to get to your outcome quicker.

7. One thing at a time

Its time to start working and crossing things off that list. It can be tempting to do bits and pieces of each goal or task, but I would encourage you to spend your time, energy, focus and attention working on one thing at a time. When you begin to cross things off your list you’re going to feel refreshed and motivated. Imagine how empowered you’re going to feel when you realise that you’re one step closer to achieving your dream.

How do you work out what is the most important thing to work on first? Comment below.

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Here’s to finding your best you.

Ashleigh x

How to Create a Vision Board that Will Lead You to Success

In this blog post I will teach you how you can create your own vision board that will motivate you and lead you to success.  I’ll share with you my step by step process of the vision board I created for my “Finding Your Best You” business.

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What is a vision board?

A vision board is a visual tool made from an arrangement of images, quotes and other visual ideas that represent your ideal outcome and helps you to maintain focus.  The idea is that a vision board is a constant visual reminder of what your life is going to be like and how you’re going to feel once you have achieved your goal.  You can refer to it to keep you motivated and you can also refer to it when you’re feeling any uncertainty, self-doubt, frustration or fear that you may feel when you’re working towards your goals.

A vision board is a collection of images, quotes, words and numbers that are arranged on a poster, a board or a page in your journal.  The idea is that your board will illustrate what things will be like once you’ve reached your goal and how you’re going to feel once you get there.

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Why Visualisation is Important for Goal Setting? 

Visualising your success is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do.  According to the popular book The Secret, “The Law of Attraction is forming your entire life experience and it is doing that through your thoughts.  When you are visualising, you are emitting a powerful frequency out into the Universe”.  The Law of Attraction is the ability to attract our thoughts, positive or negative, into the world and bring them to reality.

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Are you Ready?

Do you have a goal that you’ve always wanted to work towards?  It could be anything.  It could be that you want to lose weight, that you want to earn extra income, that you want to purchase your own home one day or you have a business idea that you cannot wait to get off the ground.  It could be anything.  I’ve chosen to create my vision board for ‘Finding Your Best You’.

I want you to think like you’ve already achieved the success you crave.  What does it look like?  How do you feel?

I want you to be creative when you work on your vision board.  Give yourself permission to spend time on this activity.  Think about the prompts listed below when creating your vision board.  

  • What will your life look like when you’ve achieved your goal?
  • How are you going to feel once you’ve achieved it?
  • How is your life going to be different?

Think about the colours, the feelings, the words and your rewards.  You can also include motivational quotes or anything that is going to keep you motivated along the way.  Your going to use your board as a motivation prompt when you feel anxious and fearful and have those moments of self-doubt. 

Collect Your Images 

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The images that you can use can be found anywhere.  They could be in your photo albums already (make copies if needed), magazines, newspapers, catalogs or online.  As you begin to gather your images you’ll begin to see themes not only about your ultimate goal, but your feelings of how you’re going to feel once you’ve achieved it.

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Include positive words, affirmations and inspirational quotes that resonate with you and that will keep you motivated.

Arrange Your Board 

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There is no right or wrong way to arrange your vision board.  Arrange it in such a way that it is going to create meaning for you.

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This is what I came up with when I created my vision board for ‘Finding Your Best You’.  I tried setting it out many ways but this way worked for me the most.  My focus of the board is in the middle.  On the left is my vision for ‘Finding Your Best You’ and on the right is what I’m going to do once I achieve my goal and how I am going to feel once I get there.

What does your vision look like?  If you’re feeling up to it I encourage you to share your vision board below, on my Facebook Page or my group board on Pinterest.  If you’re not, you’re welcome to send me an email

I’d like to see what you have come up with.

Here’s to finding your best you.

Ashleigh x

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This Goal Planning Technique Will Get You On Track

In this blog post I share with you a technique that I use in planning action towards a specific goal.  I use this activity as part of my ‘Find Your Best You’ online program.  I call it an ‘action log’, which is basically a brainstorm of all the things you think you need to do in order to reach your goal.  This technique is one of my favourite things to do in the planning process.  I always get a feeling of being in control when I have all my thoughts down on paper right in front of me.

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Firstly, you know what you want to work towards?  Yes!

You’re feeling overwhelmed at the very thought of it?  Yes!

You have no idea where to start?  Yes!

There is no right or wrong way to do this.  If you’re old fashioned like me you can use pen and paper or if you’re a techno wiz you can brainstorm on your phone, Ipad or laptop.  I doesn’t matter which way you do this, as long as you can keep a record of your thoughts.  I like to mindmap.

For the next 10-15 minutes I want you to list everything that you can think of what you think needs to happen for you to achieve your goal.  Think in the short term, the medium term and also the long term.  Don’t be too worried about what it is that you need to do first.  You’re simply brainstorming here.

If your goal is to lose weight, you might include some of the following in your action log: 

  • Buy a set of scales
  • Google what foods are good to eat
  • Book an appointment with a dietician
  • Go through the cupboards and get rid of things that are unhealthy
  • Google healthy recipes and pick one new recipe to try each week
  • Pick a day to go for a 30 minute walk each week

Once you’re done, take a look at your list.  How does it make you feel?  Do you feel daunting and overwhelmed or do you feel that you’re beginning to get a clear idea about what you need to do to get there?

Now Determine Priorities 

From the list, what do you think needs to happen first?  You can start to put your list in order of priority.  I teach you how to determine priorities in this blog post.

I encourage you at the same time to include time frames for when each specific task needs to be completed.  If we don’t have this we can put things off and lose track.  It can also help keep yourself accountable.  From here you can begin to list specific tasks into your calendar, planner or journal.

I offer a free email course where I can help you work out what you need to do first from everything that you’ve brain stormed.  

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If you’d like to share what you came up with, you’re welcome to post a comment below, send me an email or share on my Facebook page.

Here’s to finding your best you.

Ashleigh x