How to Run Your Life Like a Boss

Have you ever felt like you’re always working on the same old habit changes?

Over and over and over again?

How many times have you said something like this?

“I really need to get to bed earlier.”

“If I only organized my kitchen, my mornings would be so much better. ”

“I know I’d have more energy if I exercised regularly.”

Here’s a reality check for you.

How’re you doing with your New Year’s resolution? (Do you even remember what your resolution was?)


But, it’s really not your fault.

We’re human, and It’s human nature to take the path of least resistance.

So, when we’re not reminded of the changes we want to make, our default mode is to do what we’ve always done.

You know the saying,

“When you do what you’ve always done,

you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.”


I want to share a highly effective strategy with you. It’s used by top performers and CEO’s to create positive change.

Because the truth is:

Your life is your business.

So run it like a boss.

Run your life like high performing bosses run their businesses.

And one of the things they do, is review their goals quarterly.

And you should, too.

To keep yourself on track and working toward the goals you’ve set for yourself, practice a regular quarterly review.

Every three months, review where you are and compare it to where you want to be.

I schedule quarterly reviews on my calendar and I encourage my coaching clients to do the same.

Here are some of the questions we use to keep moving toward our goals.

  1. Review last quarter goals

  2. What went well?

  3. What didn't go as well?

  4. If I could do this quarter over again, what would I do differently?

  5. What commitments do I have and are there any that I need to eliminate?

  6. What are my goals for the upcoming quarter and do they align with my yearly goals?

  7. Where do I want to be when the quarter is over?

  8. What values do I need to embody so I can achieve my goals?

Dreaming, vision boarding, goal setting, planning… they’re all helpful.

But, only if you do the work.

To assure your quarterly review (or anything else, for that matter) is effective, you’ve got to schedule it on your calendar and take the time to assess your progress.

Your quarterly review’s got to get on your calendar or it, too, will evaporate like all of those empty resolutions of your past.

Are you a high achieving woman and you know that managing your energy and focus is key for you to make an impact on the world?

Would you like to start out simply with a plan that fits into your busy schedule?

Then, I’d like to invite you to join me and other female go-getters in the next 8 Day Love Your Life Again Challenge.

We begin on Sunday August 12, 2018.

During our 8 days together I promise that you’ll increase your energy and focus, and feel like you’re the master of your time.

If you are a high achieving woman and you’d like to be a part of a supportive group of other mover and shakers, you need to sign up for the 8 Day Love Your Life Again Challenge.

We’re in the middle of quarter 3, you guys.

We still have time to rock this quarter and set ourselves up for a successful year end.

When we practice regular quarterly reviews like a boss, we can increase our energy and focus and make that impact on the world, without losing ourselves in the process.


Lisa Bobyak, founder of Living Fully Balanced, LLC, is dedicated to working with high achieving women and organizations to increase their energy and focus. These women know that they’ve been designed to make an impact on their world, and they don’t want to lose themselves in the process. Lisa’s been transforming women’s lives for over  14 years through her inspirational and educational presentations as well as her private coaching. However, she’s best known for her proven signature program,  Love Your Life Again. Lisa is the author of 7 Days to Loving Your Life Again. Because she’s overcome unexpected challenges and thrived in spite of them, it’s become her mission to support women as they make their impact on the world.


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