by Diana Baysinger,  Best Year Yet® Partner and Trainer

Those of us who have created our Best Year Yet® plans are familiar with the phrase The Moment of Change. This moment happens after Question 4 of our 10-question process that leads to the one-page plan for the year.  When we identify our most limiting belief about ourselves and release the energy that has held us back from reaching our true potential, we experience a moment of change.

by Diana Baysinger,  Best Year Yet® Partner and Trainer

In 2010 I had the privilege of meeting Janet Olsen, Founder and Executive Director of Arizonans for the Protection of Exploited Children and Adults (APECA).  It’s an organization that mobilizes people and resources in the fight against sexual exploitation and abuse. Together we created her first Best Year Yet plan for APECA, and she continued to use Best Year Yet® for a second year on her own with the support of her Board of Directors.