We had the good fortune of connecting with Sara Mayer and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Sara, what habits do you feel helped you succeed?
Daily, weekly and monthly habits have truly transformed my ability to achieve my bold goals. I find when I stick to my habits, I am more consistent, more productive, accomplish more, AND have more freedom in my life.
My top three:
1) Reflection: daily, monthly, and weekly. I close each day with reflection questions that are positively based. I don’t let that time be a dumping session, thoughts like “you didn’t do this” are not allowed. These sessions provide clarity and purpose AND ensure that I am working on what is most important, moving the goal forward and staying true to myself.
2) Big Win first thing: Every morning I set my day up for success and do one big thing that is goal-related first thing in the morning. This big win gives me the fuel for the rest of the day AND moves me closer to the goal!
3) Learn and apply something new: I know that learning is a value of mine. Each month I learn something new! Could be business or personal, doesn’t matter! Learning does not stop there… I then apply what I learned, RIGHT AWAY!
Consistency through my habits is the key to success for me. You will find success when you master persistence, not perfection. ~Stephanie Fleming
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
Sara Mayer, owner, and creator of Sara Mayer Consulting is your go-to expert on organizing your hectic days, weeks, and months into manageable, and functional chunks of work. Through her work as a champion for multiple philanthropies in Arizona and her commitment to building the capacity of the community, Sara has personally mastered maximizing every minute of every day to ensure she meets the expectations set before her. Upon her mastery, she began consulting and speaking locally and nationally with others in similar positions. Sara’s clients gain tools to help them close their laptops at the end of each day knowing they accomplished everything on their task list.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
In my career, I have had many mentors and leaders that have provided me with challenge and support. My team also deserves credit for pushing me to be a better leader, mentor, and friend.
Other: Goal resources https://www.saramayer.com/boldgoal
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