Megan Jaworski is a mother of two pre-school boys, a lover of ethical chocolate, and founder of Edge Foundation – a charity that educates vulnerable children in Zimbabwe.
She helps women breakthrough fear when started or growing a business to back themselves and be bold.
She does this through coaching, training, and support. Megan believes that when we’re living on purpose, we create positive change to make an impact in the world.
Megan and I met up for an inspiring chat about strategies for finding goals and sticking to them, maintaining your mindset in challenging times and how to use your gifts & abilities to be more effective!
Megan has such a lovely communication style with bucket loads of warmth and positivity and the chat was refreshing to say the very least!
I hope you enjoy tuning into this one!
P.S. If you have something optimistic to share on this topic or feel in the mood to pop some words of encouragement out to anyone who happens upon this page like yourself, I encourage you to add something in the comments below. It’s the first time I’ve opened comments because I think our little space on the internet is starting to feel more like a community, so it would delight me to see the conversation continuing below.
How to Goal Set So You Can Use Your Gifts & AbilitiesVideo Podcast with Megan Jaworski, Life Coach & Philanthropist
This Interview will be published at 8 pm AEST on the 27th of September, so if you get to this page earlier than then, don’t forget to turn on the YouTube Premiere reminder button.
Find your Goals & Stick with ThemMegan's Top 5 Strategies
1. Be clear on what you want to achieve.
For what purpose do you want this? We spend so much time focusing on what we don’t want that we forget to look at what we really do want.
2. Create a powerful identity.
Once you’re clear on that, create a powerful identity that aligns to you achieving that goal.
Who do I need to be to achieve it?
What characteristics do I need to focus on to get there?
Everything we have is a result of who we’re being. A result of how we see ourselves.
3. Create a powerful why.
Your why has to be bigger than yourself.
Why do you want to achieve this goal?
Who will it benefit and serve?
If it’s not bigger than you then chances are, you won’t reach it because when the first challenge comes, you’ll have nothing greater than yourself to hold on to.
4. Form powerful beliefs & habits to set yourself up for success.
What do you believe to be true about yourself?
About the world around you?
What kind of habits or rituals do you need to implement to help you stay on track and achieve what you desire?
5. Take Daily Action
Break down larger goals into measurable tasks.
I like to have 90-day goals and then break them down into smaller goals, then those smaller goals into daily tasks so that I keep moving things forward.
Your Personalised Pronunciation Audit from Cadenza™Find Out Exactly How to Progress Your English Speaking Strategically
There’s no second guessing if you have a Personalised Pronunciation Audit because we will diagnose and prescribe exactly what your English speaking needs at the moment to move forward.
Your Personalised Pronunciation Audit leads you by the hand.
We will identify which one of the 5 Bottlenecks to Pronunciation Clarity you need to overcome now.
It’s simple, clear and clean. It’s fun & engaging.
You can do it right here & right now.
But how do habits work, you ask? This blog will give you the low down and you can even pick up our bonus Habit Tracker!
If you were thinking your speaking was going to improve by copying native speakers on YouTube sorry to disappoint you. It’s much deeper than that. There are no short cuts to speaking success and it pays to learn with these principles of neuroplasticity top of mind. And at Voice Science, we’ll always remind you of them! This tutorial outlines the 10 Principles of Neuroplasticity that are critical to improving your English speaking.
So you’ve decided to work on your English pronunciation and we’ve told you to practise, but you’re hitting a wall. Very normal! Don’t worry, I consider myself a practise expert. If there’s anything you learn as an opera singer it’s how to practise. Heck, I’ve practised for nearly 30 years daily. That’s 1000’s of hours doing the same thing. Watch this tutorial to get a sneak peak into my private practice life and pick up some actionable tips to move your daily habits forward.