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If you know me at all, you know that I love coaching. All kinds of coaching-wellness, fitness, running, teaching, goal setting, financial, gratitude and any kind of personal development. PLEASE DO NOT take this as, look at her, she has it all together. NONE of us have it all together, the only thing we can do is to try to be better each day than we were the day before.

I have decided to take my coaching to the next level and share what I have found as useful to myself with others. Last Sunday, I hosted a virtual vision board class using Zoom. I advertised it on social media and had a few takers. We ended up with a small, intimate group and I am super excited to watch the group crush their goals during March!

We went through a process of narrowing down our ideas and then focusing on a couple of areas for March. Each participant ended the 45 minute class with a created vision board for the month of March and ready to take on March like a lion! Then we shared pictures of our vision boards with each other and will help to hold each other accountable for the month of March. Here is my vision board I made for the month..

Do you create vision boards? Have you ever made a vision board for each month, rather than planning for the entire year?

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I would like to introduce you to, Katy, a fellow North Iowa Blogger!

What Inspires Me Wednesday: The Feeling of Achievement

When people first ask me what inspires me, I’m quick to say “my three guys”.  This would be my husband and two step-sons. And to that point, they do inspire me to be a better person.  But, I’ll be honest to admit that I’m not driven by one specific thing.

Family

Yes, my family does drive me.  I want to always make my husband proud of me, in everything I do!  I want my boys to look up to me as someone who has determination, work ethic, and drive.  Whether it’s doing something that is more of a hobby (teaching workout classes) or blogging to working my full-time job, I want them to see someone who never gives up, gives 110% to be the best that they can be!  

The Challenge of Something New

It took me awhile into my adulthood to figure out that I get bored easily in a job.  If I’m not in a place where every day is different and I’m not challenged on a routine basis, I get bored.  I want to always continue to grow my mind and skill set.

Recognition

Yes, money is nice, but I’ll admit that I prefer to be recognized by a “good job” or “job well done” over anything else.  I think people in general want to be appreciated and recognized over anything else. As a person who has their hand in several different businesses and hobbies, that recognition can vary.  Sometimes it’s someone acknowledging me as an expert. Other times, it’s a simple “thank you for your help/efforts’.

Making A Difference

I’m not a doctor, therapist, or anything who is making a difference in the world, but I want to know that I made a difference somehow.  It might be in my full-time job by just being good at my job. It might be in the way I conduct myself, hoping to inspire someone else. Making a difference can also circle back to the example I want to set for my boys.  I hope that me being in their lives makes a difference in theirs.

Everyone has something different than inspires them.  

Follow Katy at:

www.katyflint.com

www.facebook.com/flintandco2011

www.instagram.com/kaflint

www.twitter.com/FlintKaty

www.pinterest.com/katyaflint


What inspires you? Comment below and tell us! I would love to hear more about it, too. I am looking for guests to blog on the topic of What Inspires You. Email me at fourschmitts@gmail.com if you are interested.

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