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How to make 2023 your best year ever.

Sean Johnson
Sean Johnson
1 min read

Hey friends, hope your holiday season is going well so far.

I'm a systems and lifestyle design nerd. Even though it has nothing to do with my day job, it's what I've always been most interested in writing about.

I've read books, tested frameworks, tweaked and adjusted my personal management system more times than I can count.

I've shown friends, founders, and Kellogg students pieces of my process. But I've never done a comprehensive deep dive. Just never occured to me before.

But a few weeks ago I published a guide to how I do my annual planning. The feedback was unusual. A bunch of folks said, "This is awesome but it's a LOT. Have you ever thought about doing a course or group to walk through your process in more detail?"

I thought about it for a few weeks, and decided to give it a try.

I've put together a 6 week curriculum walking through how I manage my life, and will be leading a small group of folks through it starting in mid-January.

Last week I posted on LinkedIn and Twitter about it, and ~80 folks said they wanted more information. It's been a little overwhelming to be honest. But there's a clear need.

I've already filled up one group, and it looks like I'll need to break it into two. I've been remiss in sharing it with this list, and for that I apologize.

I think you'll get a lot of value out of the video by itself.

But if you'd like to join the group and get hands-on help with implementation (and a bunch of other stuff the video doesn't cover), just reply to this email. I'd like to finalize the group(s) by the end of the week so I can schedule the sessions.

I hope 2023 is amazing for all of you!


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