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How to Prepare and Plan for Success in 2020

It’s nearly here, 2020. Yes we have Christmas coming, then the New Year festivities...what next?

Whilst I’m not a fan of wishing my life or yours away, I am a fan of planning and preparing to the best of my ability and then letting go, as there's no such thing as perfect.

Get a handle on your 2020 by preparing and starting with a plan.

Create it now and enjoy the Christmas and New Year celebrations knowing you have your starter kit for 2020 in progress.

Join Rosemarie Wilson for this Webinar where she will provide practical action steps to help you plan and prepare for your success in 2020.

We will cover:
- SMART Goals
- Motivation
- How to turn resolutions into actions
- Using your hindsight for better foresight
- Why celebrating your success is not bragging
- What you can do to plan and then let go

About the Speaker
Rosemarie Wilson delivers customised workshops and programs to nurture talent and realise its potential for female professionals, SMEs and Corporates who are committed to investing in and retaining talent within their organisation and supporting a more diverse and inclusive culture. Rosemarie is also an Advocate of 'Women in Tech'.
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