Sunday Coffee ☕️ #0027

December 20, 2020

Good morning!

The year is almost at an end, and everyone is probably relieved. 2020 will go down in history as the year of the Covid-19 pandemic. I'm sure there will be books written about this year in the coming years.

It's a great time to reflect on how this year has gone for you, compare it to how you originally planned it to go, and also think ahead on how you want 2021 to be for you.

This is the third year in my life where I look ahead towards a whole year and put down some thoughts and ideas on what I want to do with it. The first time I planned a full year ahead was in 2018 on pen and paper. In 2019, I published my plans for the year ahead for everyone to read. 2020 will be no different.

However, today's post isn’t about my year ahead.

It’s about giving you a framework to plan your year ahead.

I am writing this guide for people who are like me, who have multiple things going on in their life and they want to ensure they give the important aspects of their lives the right priority, time and effort.

The first people to read and hopefully benefit from this guide would be members of the DelightChat tribe. If we can help and support each other in our individual journeys to reach our goals in 2021, I will call it a huge win.

Ready to dive in?

👉 Pillar > Theme > Action > Track: A framework for planning your year ahead

A slightly different Sunday Coffee ☕️

I won't be including a bunch of links from other sources in today's newsletter, and probably for the next one either.

I believe we have all consumed enough content for a year, and these last 10 days are best spent pondering on your thoughts, penning things down on paper or a notes app, and practicing reflexive thinking.

Make 2021 a year that works for you!

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