2020 has been a whirlwind, hasn’t it? Like you, I went into 2020 with so many goals, so many dreams. And while this year was a little bit rough, it is still so important to take a step back and look at it. To review the year, and create new strategic goals so you can start off 2021 with intention!
That is why I created this free guide: Year In Review + Goal Setting For 2021. In this guide, we are going to focus on what we accomplished in 2020 – both personally and professionally. We’re going to focus on any win worth celebrating: how many clients were you lucky enough to work with, and how you made pivots within your business.
Before you start this guide, I want you to really take a step back to visualize what you want in 2021. And not just in business – but in your personal life. Did 2020 help you realize anything that you want to change? Maybe you learned how important time at home with the family is. Or you found a new passion you want to pursue. Or maybe you just really want to connect with your clients on a deeper level.
If the idea of setting 2021 still seems overwhelming – that is okay! The guide is going to start with you really looking at 2020, and reflecting on the past year. This will really help you celebrate your wins, learn from any mistakes, and think about what you want to tackle next. And remember to give yourself grace this year – we all had to reset our goals, and that is okay!
In the Year in Review + Goal Setting Guide, you’ll find:
- 8 pages of questions + prompts to review your business in 2020 – including everything from what worked well and what didn’t work so well, to your profits + total shoots
- A 5-step system for reviewing your biggest referral sources, and a plan to ensure they continue referring to you in 2021
- 6 pages of questions + prompts to set big goals for 2021 so you can book more clients and grow your photography business
- Exercises to help you prioritize your health + wellness for the new year + align with the best version of yourself
You’ll walk away from this exercise with a rock-solid idea of what you want to do more of in 2021, and the steps you need to take to grow and market your business this year.
I know that as a small business owner and entrepreneur, 2020 might have been one of the hardest years you have experienced. Like many of you, I experienced the full depth and experiences of what it means to be human and a business owner.
But I do know this: We will be reborn stronger, more grateful, and better equipped to have empathy for others.