Everyone is looking for ways to build success in their business, but few know where to begin. Goal setting can be difficult once we create a vision for our business. It’s also hard to see our progress along the journey. Obstacles and setbacks are plain as day, but our wins and successes can be easily overlooked.
Entrepreneurs and co-founders of the Best Self Journal, Cathryn Lavery and Allen Brouwer, were tired of feeling busy but not productive, so they teamed up to create a way to measure their success and keep track of clear goals and wins!
“Over two years through books, interviews and attending conferences with some of the most successful high-performing people in the world they began to put together the ingredients to success and what they needed to do to level up.
They learned what differentiates outstanding performers from the average person is an ability to plan, effectively execute and track progress.”
The purpose of the Best Self Journal is to align your day to reflect your overall life goals! Everything you choose to do can bring you one step closer or further away from where you want to be. This journal allows you to be intentional about each step and easily watch your progress!
“Integrated into your everyday life, the SELF Journal empowers you to embed the powerful habits and routines that can boost your confidence, crush overwhelm, and make your success inevitable.”
Here are the benefits of the journal:
The journal provides space for 13-weeks of goal-setting prompts, gratitude reminders, and productivity tactics to help optimize your day-to-day performance.
The video below shows a breakdown of what the journal includes:
Developing daily habits that reflect the way you want your life to look as a whole is crucial to success. It’s nearly impossible to have better accountability in your life than what this journal has to offer. Co-founders Lavery and Brouwer want everyone to have a chance to experience this journal, so they offer a free PDF version here.
Tell us, what do YOU think of the Best Self Journal?