Jilly is back in the house today to help me kick off a special two-part episode! 2019 was a year of growth that came with a ton of lessons, so in this first part we’ll be sharing what we’ve learned from this year, and next Monday, you’re going to hear our thoughts on what will be the hottest trends of 2020. To go along with this series, we’ve created a FREE workbook and mini-course, Ready to Make 2020 Your B*tch? to help you hit the ground running in 2020, and you can grab that now at http://jameswedmore.com/goalsetting!
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In the episode you’ll hear:
How we applied the lesson of “happiness over cash”
A few things that didn’t go quite as planned in 2019 – and what we learned from them
The ways that this year was different both personally and professionally for Jilly
Why less really is more - and bigger isn’t always better
What reinforced for us that great businesses are built by great teams, plus ways to protect the culture that’s been created in your company
Our thoughts on vanity metrics, the importance of great coaching, and more!