What If 2021 Is My Best Year Ever!

2020 has been the most long-drawn-out year I have ever experienced, not only challenging because of Covid-19 but mentally exhausting and stressful.  Many suffer from Pandemic fatigue, feeling overwhelmed by being constantly vigilant with social distancing, hand washing, and mask-wearing. Let’s not talk about Lockdowns.

Yet, despite all these drawbacks, we still hope and plan for a better future. December is the perfect time to reflect on what you accomplished (or overcame) this year and how you want to experience 2021.

The question is, what will you change to make 2021 your best year ever?

What if?

What if you visualize your life and work happening as you have dreamt? What would you change to make it happen? Even if you took small steps, you would be closer to it than not having done anything.

What if you expanded your thinking to focus on projects you have put off starting? What would completing them do for you? Would they bring you closer to the work-life you want?

What if you list twenty things you accomplished or overcame this year? How can you apply what you have learned to make 2021 the best year ever?

What if you listed five mistakes you made this year? What would you have done differently, and how can you apply what you have learned to new experiences? Remember, mistakes are learning what not to do.

What if you created a theme for 2021 to remind you of the life and work you want to experience?  For example, “This is my year!” or “Financial Freedom!”

Focusing on what you want for 2021 can evolve your thinking into new directions, new possibilities, and new growth. As you consider these new ideas now or in the future, ask yourself,

                                                                                     “What If?”

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About Chris Sier

Over the course of her career, Chris Sier has been a leader, business development manager, process consultant, and corporate coach. Having been an executive/leadership/career coach with a Fortune 200 company; and since 2009, as a business owner, Chris has worked with VPs, directors, team leaders, and high potentials globally, working with clients to maintain their competitive edge, manage complexity, drive growth and operational efficiency, and inspire and engage multi-generational teams. She also works with clients on their brand and career management. She has authored numerous booklets and articles, and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Community Development with a minor in Psychology from Central Michigan University.


I would recommend her to anyone

Chris coached me on identifying my strengths and creating my personal brand. She worked with me on creating a strong presence on LinkedIn. I would recommend her to anyone furthering their career or finding themselves in a career transition.

Russ Frederick
Financial Services, Royal Oak, MI

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