I’ve been using a bullet journal since December 2016, and each week since then, I’ve dedicated several pages to what I called a “weekly review”. These pages combine questions from all my favorite planning and goal-setting resources into one, powerful session. These days, I call it my weekly miracle. Every Sunday, I spend 30 to 60 minutes answering these questions. Each subsequent day, I revisit my plan for the week and update the page based on my progress toward my goals.
Gradually, I’ve removed any questions that aren’t 100% necessary, and I’ve added questions that get at the heart of how I’m doing – questions that will help me become the kind of person I want to be.
This process works. I’ve used my weekly miracle approach to lose over 20 lbs (and keep them off), write five books, and accomplish countless small-but-powerful changes to help our family and household run more smoothly.
Often, what holds us back from accomplishing our goals is not a lack of knowledge but a failure to properly execute what we already know. That’s what happened to me. I knew what I needed to do, but I floundered because the stress of real life made moving forward with that knowledge feel impossible. When I began using my weekly miracle to set regular goals and implement what I already knew, my progress sped up dramatically.
Don’t let failure to execute stop you from making things happen! Download the printable for free and get started on your own transformation. I can’t wait to hear how it goes. 🙂