Achieve Your 2021 Goals by Re-Starting Your Year with Paul Copcutt

What you will learn from this episode:

  • Find out the three action steps you can do to make your 2021 a great year, even when we’re down to the last quarter
  • Discover one helpful tool in tracking tasks and simplifying things
  • Podcast episodes and guests coming up this October 

3 Rs Read, Resource, Reflect


The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington


Todoist App 

Todoist Training on YouTube by Carl Pullein

Productivity Coach Carl Pullein Website


“You don’t need new plans for next year; you need a commitment.” – Seth Godin

We’re down to the last stretch of 2021, and how are things going so far?

Have you accomplished what you’ve set out to do at the start?

If the opposite is true, how do you make up for it and turn this year great?

You only have to commit again now — this year, not next year.

In this episode, Paul shares how you can turn 2021 into a great year regardless of how things have been in the past months with action steps that will set you up for success in 12 weeks and a strategic plan to help you implement your business objectives.

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Topics Covered:

01:23 – How’s the year been going so far?

02:14 – Podcast episodes lineup for October

03:32 – Restarting your year 2021 – the steps you can do to make good on the remaining quarter

06:06 – Implementing an effective strategy for your business

07:06 – One useful worksheet to help you with the vision

09:09 – A helpful tool for tracking tasks

11:15 – An inspiring quote that will significantly impact your year 2021

Key Takeaways:

“You don’t need a new plan for this next quarter. You need a commitment.” – Paul Copcutt

“First thing first is to set, or hopefully you already have, to reconnect with your vision.” Paul Copcutt

“You want to set a 12-week goal that directly relates to and moves you towards your vision.” – Paul Copcutt

“You want to be thinking about building that plan to achieve that 12-week goal. And really be spending a high degree of your time focused on that 12-week plan. And then really, backing it right down to planning that first week.” – Paul Copcutt

“It’s not really about the time; whenever you do that, it doesn’t really matter. But it’s the fact that you actually do it. And you actually do it consistently.” – Paul Copcutt

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