This guide is intended to help you think about your goals, strengths and weaknesses and to create a plan for 2016. It’s a high-level road map as the days are short and the year is long, so it’s impractical to forecast an entire year’s worth of individual tasks – which is why many project plans fail.
We have a better way.
Think of this guide as your North Star. You set your intention in the beginning of the year, make real, monthly milestones and use the desired outcomes and goals to adjust course as you navigate the next 12 months. It can be used for any kind of large project from starting a business, mapping out your career, traveling the world or changing your life.
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For a limited time, we’re offering 1-hour Skype planning sessions with We Create founder Christine Gilbert. Simply register, then you’ll receive instant instructions on how to book your time.
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In 2011, Christine Gilbert started teaching workshops about blogging, writing and photography all while traveling the world and maintaining her own creative practice. She’s one of those crazy poly-creatives who has done a little bit of everything. She’s built a popular blog (Almost Fearless, since 2008), crowdfunded projects twice ($10K and $37K), traveled to over 40 countries, published several ebooks, filmed a documentary across five continents, wrote a memoir (MOTHER TONGUE with Penguin Random House coming out in 2016), had her writing and photography featured in LA Times, Wall Street Journal, Esquire, Lonely Planet, Mothering (and more), started an online magazine that was featured in AdWeek in it’s first month, started a video production company in Mexico and in 2014 was selected as National Geographic’s Traveler of the Year.