107: Defining Who You Want to Be

 

 

Who do you want to be? It's a big & necessary question for us to think through as we spend this season uncovering the true you.

 
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On today's episode, we're talking about defining who you want to be and how envisioning your future self can help you to define who you are and where you want to go in life. I’ll also share how your virtues play a big role in determining your future self.

 
 

Show Notes

What’s In This Episode:

  • Thinking about your future self to help identify your path

  • Setting yourself up for success in the future with the decisions you’re making today

  • Keeping your virtues & values in mind when imagining your future self

  • 2 types of virtues and how they can help you determine who you want to be

What To Do Next:

  • Keep in mind the decisions you make today & how they ultimately shape the life of your future self. Think about your virtues and those values and how they impact who you want to be. Remember, anytime you want to reverse engineer a plan to reach a goal or a dream you have, start with the end in mind to help you map out a plan and a possible path to get you from here to that end result. Envision your future self and pursue your goals and dreams.

  • CLICK HERE to grab the free download, Define Your Future Self. 

  • Watch my Tonya TV episode, How To Plan Your Month For Success


Loved this episode? Tune into next weeks!

 
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“When you envision your future self you're starting with the end in mind.”

@tonya_i_dalton

 

Resources & Links


 
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