by Cindy Bostick, Best Year Yet® Partner

On the last day of 2011 when I took stock of the year, answering the ten questions within the Best Year Yet® system, I uncovered a surprising limiting belief that needed inquiry.  While on the fourth question, an insight caught my attention.

The question is, “How do I limit myself and how can I stop”?

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.

By Jinny Ditzler, Best Year Yet® Founder

On a rainy afternoon 5 years ago fifteen members of the Aspen Executive Service Corps participated in a brainstorming session with a youth services organization called YouthZone.  The question Executive Director Debbie Wilde posed:

“Should we take what we’ve built so far and expand its reach to youth services
organizations throughout the U.S.?  If so, how?”

By Audrey Taylor, Best Year Yet® Partner

One thing I know for sure is that we are more powerful than we know. We are created from greatness, a source of help greater than ourselves with the strength, courage, and faith to live empowering and fulfilling lives. Yet when we forget this truth we give life a different meaning, one of struggle, hardship, limitation and uncertainty. 

by Karen Morey, Best Year Yet® Director of Training

What a boost to open an email that said “You and Best Year Yet have worked miracles for us!” And a far cry from the call I had received from the same person three years earlier:  “We need help!”

by Ashoka Gore, Best Year Yet® Partner in Australia 

Life has an amazing way of causing us humans to change direction or get a move on when we get bogged down. These “Triggers for Transformation” are many and varied and are usually recognizable after the event.

by Cindy Bostick,  Best Year Yet® Partner

Do you remember the 2009 American romantic comedy and Golden Globe nominated movie titled, It’s Complicated with Meryl Streep (Jane), Alec Baldwin (Jake) and Steve Martin (Adam)?  In case you didn’t see it, the plot is that Jane and Jake have three grown children together and have been divorced ten years. Jane is single and has taken an interest in the contractor she hired to remodel her home and Jake is married to the woman he cheated on Jane with.