Stacy Cassio is the Founder and CEO of Pink Mentor Network, an organization dedicated to connecting women through mentorships. She started Pink Mentor Network two years ago as a side hustle (#bossbabe) out of curiosity of how women find mentorships.
Last weekend I went on another girls trip with two co-workers I affectionately refer to as my “work wives.” I really admire and respect both of these women for different reasons and when we get together, it’s a lot of laughs.
As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to start thinking about next year. What are your goals? What do you hope to accomplish in 2019? What is your vision? These are all great questions to ask yourself as you start to build your vision board.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about goal-setting for success. I outlined some basic questions to consider as part of the goal-setting process to set your “big” goals for the year.
This weekend, I finalized my goals for 2019 and started on my Vision Board (more about that in a future post). Goal setting was a concept I had been familiar with my entire life, but have only recently put into practice. This was a fun exercise that forced me to look at what areas of my life I wanted to make progress in next year.