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The Tiny Steps Planner is here!

The Tiny Steps Planner is here!

Anyone who’s been here a while knows I’m all about tiny steps—small, simple changes that lead to huge shifts in our life (and ourselves) for the better. 

And although I’ve been a list-maker and goal-setter for as long as I can remember, setting a goal and actually achieving it are two very different things. A life lived by design needs more than just a dream. 

So after years of tweaking and trimming, experimenting and testing, I’ve ultimately gathered a tried-and-true process for refocusing, with our hearts and actions, on what matters most, tiny step by tiny step.

Here’s the result (and what I’ve been busy creating this past year)...

I could tell you the Tiny Steps Planner is a goal planner, weekly agenda, habit tracker, to do list, and monthly journal all wrapped in one. 

All true. But really, what it comes down to is this: One of the best ways I know of to make impossible, beautiful things happen is dreaming. And one of the best ways I know of to watch life pass you by without ever doing much of anything is dreaming.

What I’m saying is there’s a fine line between dreaming and doing. 

Personally, I’m more of a dreamer than doer. I’m more at home quietly laying in bed with nothing to do but imagine possibilities and create new visions for life, for the weekend, or for my latest project… whatever sounds most intriguing. 

But when it comes to actually adopting a new habit, scheduling a babysitter, or putting on the last finishing touches—when it comes to actually doing—I’d consider myself a long-term procrastinator.

The ideas and tools inside the planner are what have bridged the gap between dreaming up the best life I have in me and actually living it. I hope they will for you too.

Yes, it all starts with meaningful, focused dreams. But movement is mandatory. The good news: A step in the right direction is a step in the right direction, no matter its size. And intentional living doesn’t come from writing more lists and setting more goals. It comes from writing and setting better ones then making them happen one tiny step at a time.

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