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TAKE THE LEAD: 
GOAL PLANNING CHALLENGE

EMPOWER YOURSELF TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS WHILE PRIORITIZING A BALANCED LIFE.

 

We all have good intentions, but only 9% of us actually achieve our New Year’s resolutions.

Fortunately, goal achievement doesn't have to be so elusive.

If you're sick of setting goals that leave you feeling frustrated and unmotivated...

If you’re tired of making career goals only to realize you’ve abandoned all other facets of your life…

If you achieve at work, but struggle to apply those same leadership skills to personal transformation...

You've come to the right place!

3 WEEKS TO ALIGNED ACHIEVEMENT

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Week 1

Close 2023 Like a Boss

Jan 4 - 10, 2024

This is the time to reflect, celebrate, and pat yourself on the back.  What did you crush in 2023?  What areas of your life were difficult, but you still showed up with resilience?  How can you tap into your best self in 2024?

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Week 2

Strategic Goal Setting for a Balanced Life

Jan 18 - 24, 2024 

To have a balanced life means setting goals that are meaningful and exciting to you.  This week, you’ll rediscover what you truly care about and set realistic goals that align with both the transformation and balance you seek.

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Week 3

Plan for Success

Feb 1 - 7, 2024 

You know what your goals are, now it’s time to map them out.  This week will introduce helpful project management tools to teach you how to strategically plan out your goals to bring achievement within reach. 

Join us at any time

Your Guide

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Hi, I'm Nicole.  I hold a Master's in Project Management (MPM) and a Master's in Information Systems Management (MISM), both of which I earned with toddlers in tow.  I've been privileged with a long and varied career as a Tech Leader; during which I've driven innovation at Fortune 100 companies, Forbes Top 100 Charities, and served multiple start-ups that went on to successful exit.  

I'm also a passionate advocate for women+ embracing their ambition.  Women in leadership pour so much of ourselves into our teams that there is little left to nurture our own dreams.  This leaves us feeling stuck between two bad choices: burn the candle at both ends and hope it will be enough to push through, or sacrifice the dreams so that there is something left of us to share with friends and family. 

 

I believe there is a third option, aligned achievement.  I'm confident we can find this better way, together. 

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