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March Powersheets

Each month as I work on my Powersheets, I’m going to be sharing my goals, habits, and action items on the blog.

My goal (all puns intended 🙃) is to encourage you to be more intentional in how you cultivate habits and set goals that really matter for your life and business.

It’s also a great way to keep ME accountable for setting intentional goals AND tracking, reflecting on, and hitting those goals!

You can view the entire archive of Powersheets posts + tending lists here!

March Tending List & Goals

Encouraging Words:

“If you want to do something you’ve never done before, you must do something you’ve never done before.” – Thomas Jefferson (inspiration from my girl Kayla Brint’s workbook for Mom Photography School!)

Top Priority: God first

Here are the different goals I’m setting broken down by section on my Tending List:

*pssst: if you don’t know what a tending list is or what Powersheets is, read this blog post first!

Monthly Action Items

If you want to do something you've never done before, you must do something you've never done before

Weekly Action Items

  • Email newsletter 1x week
  • Blog 1x week
  • Instagram 5x week
  • Ski 2x week (while in Breck)
  • Workout 3x week

Daily Action Items/Habits

  • Read the bible + silent time with God
  • Kairos Journal
  • Read 30 minutes

Monthly Powersheets Recap

Stay tuned for my recap post at the end of the month!

I’ll be checking in on my goals to share what worked, what didn’t, and looking forward to what I’ll be cultivating in April!

If you want to be notified of my recap (and stay in the loop of all of our faith + marketing content), you can join the email fam here!

March powersheets, my tending list and goals

Want to grab your own set of Powersheets + join in on the fun? You can buy them here!

Now it’s your turn 👉 what goals or habits are YOU cultivating this month? Let me know in the comments below!

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