Here’s how I defined my why

I don’t do coffee dates.

As someone who listens for a living, I’m often asked to “grab lunch” or “meet for coffee” throughout the week. I won’t do it.

I decline these offers (with love) because I want to protect the time I get to spend on my business. And I’m always transparent with those who ask, sending them a link to book a consultation if they’re looking for coaching or suggesting something outside of the workweek so I don’t feel cheated out of that time.

I say this with confidence because I have clarity of purpose.

We’ll spend some time on this in my recently launched online program, Your Life. Your Terms., because I believe it to be the foundation for how you make decisions going forward. So if you feel uncertain about how to define what you want, if you struggle to say no to well-meaning offers, I encourage you to click here.

I’d also urge you to take a look at the eight areas of the life wheel: family, work, money, personal growth, health and wellness, spirituality, community, and living environment.

Which three are your top priorities right now? If you look at how you spend your time, does that hold up?

Your Life. Your Terms. includes valuable exercises that will help you define what you want and focus your energy accordingly. But note that it’s only open for a limited time now through next Friday, Oct. 26.

Remember: You have to define your terms if you want to live by them. I know you do.

Rooting for you,

Regan