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94. New Year's resolution: A Letter to Your Future Self Sincerely, Future You

    • Entrepreneurship

Are you planning on making any New Year resolutions for 2022? Coach Jess has an exercise you can try that'll give you a flashback of all your milestones. Jess shares why and how she writes letters to her future self and how it can help you visualize your goals. She reads excerpts from letters she's written to herself from years before, to give a better understanding of how writing them can motivate you to look back and see just how much you achieved!
((FULL TRANSCRIPT BELOW)) 
In this episode you will learn:
What writing to your future self does You can be in one place at the start of the year and be a completely different person by the end Coach Jess' formula for writing a letter to your future self How do you connect with your deep self-concepts? You need to write/talk to yourself with love and belief About Jess McKinley:
Coach Jess McKinley is a Business Consultant, a Happiness Scientist, the Host of SincerelyFutureYou Podcast, and a Certified Life & Biz Coach for Women Entrepreneurs. She is the founder of What's Happyning Coaching, which helps ambitious women make decisions today with their "Future You" in mind.
For Coach Jess, business isn't personal—but emotional. This is what entrepreneurs and corporate leaders struggle with every day. And this is also the motivation why Jessica works to demystify the role dreaded feelings play in each individual's business.
Mixing in humor with Positive Psychology and real business anecdotes, each episode of her podcast is an elixir that will leave listeners ready to master "all the feels."
 
Catch up with Coach Jess and Sincerely, Future You on:
Website:          https://www.whatshappyning.com/
Instagram:       https://www.instagram.com/whatshappyningwjess/
LinkedIn:         https://www.linkedin.com/in/manningjessica/
YouTube:        https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Jf0PICsOH1HZJP97jrpng

Get business and life coaching by Coach Jess through:
https://www.whatshappyning.com/workwithjess

Book your FREE Mini Session now:
https://www.coachaccountable.com/offering/Pmcu5FLUdpOwYQLOJxfSYASkRyffKtJ
Letter To Yourself…  This letter to yourself started back in 2015 with a team and I haven't missed a year and it's so fun because it's heavily reliant on my two favorite things:  your thoughts and your feelings. 
This letter is a snapshot into how you were and how you thought, and it exposes your limited thinking, and it shows you where you were emotionally connected to your future when you read it back and what worked basically when I do business evaluations with people whether we're evaluating something like a launch or a webinar or a console I have people do a clean evaluation what worked what didn't work and what do I want to do differently this is a more emotional way of evaluating yourself and not just the numbers. 
It's a less limited way of doing a reflection or an analysis or an evaluation so I wanted to read you some actual parts of my old letters, so you can just kind of see yourself like what I mean when I say that I have grown over the last couple of years it's easy to see it when you're looking at some numbers but looking at the thoughts is just even more sobering. 
“I have grown over the last couple of years. It's easy to see  it when you're looking at some numbers, but looking at  the thoughts is even more sobering.” “Dear Jess, on December 31st of 2015,” 
I'm actually going to skip over some sentences because this letter is meant to be really personal. It's meant to be a safe space for you to talk about what your life is actually where you're at, but I do think it is important to acknowledge some of it. 
​​”Today was a weird day it is New Year's Eve and you woke up on the couch to the sound of your ferrets which I don't have anymore being restless at 9am you slept there because xyz i'm not going to talk about it but even though dealing with this can be stressful you woke up knowing that no ma

Are you planning on making any New Year resolutions for 2022? Coach Jess has an exercise you can try that'll give you a flashback of all your milestones. Jess shares why and how she writes letters to her future self and how it can help you visualize your goals. She reads excerpts from letters she's written to herself from years before, to give a better understanding of how writing them can motivate you to look back and see just how much you achieved!
((FULL TRANSCRIPT BELOW)) 
In this episode you will learn:
What writing to your future self does You can be in one place at the start of the year and be a completely different person by the end Coach Jess' formula for writing a letter to your future self How do you connect with your deep self-concepts? You need to write/talk to yourself with love and belief About Jess McKinley:
Coach Jess McKinley is a Business Consultant, a Happiness Scientist, the Host of SincerelyFutureYou Podcast, and a Certified Life & Biz Coach for Women Entrepreneurs. She is the founder of What's Happyning Coaching, which helps ambitious women make decisions today with their "Future You" in mind.
For Coach Jess, business isn't personal—but emotional. This is what entrepreneurs and corporate leaders struggle with every day. And this is also the motivation why Jessica works to demystify the role dreaded feelings play in each individual's business.
Mixing in humor with Positive Psychology and real business anecdotes, each episode of her podcast is an elixir that will leave listeners ready to master "all the feels."
 
Catch up with Coach Jess and Sincerely, Future You on:
Website:          https://www.whatshappyning.com/
Instagram:       https://www.instagram.com/whatshappyningwjess/
LinkedIn:         https://www.linkedin.com/in/manningjessica/
YouTube:        https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Jf0PICsOH1HZJP97jrpng

Get business and life coaching by Coach Jess through:
https://www.whatshappyning.com/workwithjess

Book your FREE Mini Session now:
https://www.coachaccountable.com/offering/Pmcu5FLUdpOwYQLOJxfSYASkRyffKtJ
Letter To Yourself…  This letter to yourself started back in 2015 with a team and I haven't missed a year and it's so fun because it's heavily reliant on my two favorite things:  your thoughts and your feelings. 
This letter is a snapshot into how you were and how you thought, and it exposes your limited thinking, and it shows you where you were emotionally connected to your future when you read it back and what worked basically when I do business evaluations with people whether we're evaluating something like a launch or a webinar or a console I have people do a clean evaluation what worked what didn't work and what do I want to do differently this is a more emotional way of evaluating yourself and not just the numbers. 
It's a less limited way of doing a reflection or an analysis or an evaluation so I wanted to read you some actual parts of my old letters, so you can just kind of see yourself like what I mean when I say that I have grown over the last couple of years it's easy to see it when you're looking at some numbers but looking at the thoughts is just even more sobering. 
“I have grown over the last couple of years. It's easy to see  it when you're looking at some numbers, but looking at  the thoughts is even more sobering.” “Dear Jess, on December 31st of 2015,” 
I'm actually going to skip over some sentences because this letter is meant to be really personal. It's meant to be a safe space for you to talk about what your life is actually where you're at, but I do think it is important to acknowledge some of it. 
​​”Today was a weird day it is New Year's Eve and you woke up on the couch to the sound of your ferrets which I don't have anymore being restless at 9am you slept there because xyz i'm not going to talk about it but even though dealing with this can be stressful you woke up knowing that no ma

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