Welcome to week 2 of 2017.
By now, I trust you’ve worked out what you need to leave behind to make room for what you really want this year (a recap of this can be found at the “out with the old”).
Now for the really fun part…
What do you want 2017 to be for you?
Rather than a huge list of goals, create a “theme” for the year.
It can be a single word, or a few words, but not as long as a sentence.
For me, my theme is “Creation“.
You see, I spent way too much time in “consumption” mode last year and have let you down by not creating enough to help you be your best and build the resilience you need to keep going when times are tough.
I’ve got a brand new journal and I write about creation every morning.
At the end of the day, I judge my day by asking, “what did I create?”
If I’m trying to decide whether to do something, I use my theme as the filter – is it aligned with creation?
So far it is going brilliantly and I have some exciting projects coming up as a result of commitment to this theme (top secret for now).
What I can share now is the “Buy 1, Give 1” model I’m kicking off.
How this works:
- For every full priced book you purchase from my online store, I will donate a book to a school library; and
- For every full priced keynote speech booked, I will do one pro bono for a school, charity or community group of the clients choosing.
This is in addition to the 5% of all speaking fees and book sales that I currently donate to Aim For The Stars The Layne Beachley Foundation.
Super excited to be sharing this with you.
Will be in touch more this year with tips and resources to help you stay motivated and on track when things don’t go to plan.
Enough about me now!
It’s your turn – email me and let me know what your theme for 2017 is and how I can help you make it happen?
Be your best!
Stacey Copas has used her life experience and personal philosophies to become a leading Keynote Speaker and Facilitator on Turning Adversity Into An Asset. She has worked with large organisations such as Telstra, CSIRO and OZ Minerals, helping their leaders be their best in challenging times. Stacey has also been featured in national media including ABC, Financial Review and The Australian for her insights on resilience in the workplace.
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