Are you a performer or small business owner who is lacking in clarity for the new year?! Your not alone! With the ever changing landscape of our industry it’s hard to even know where to begin! The Performer’s Guide is here to help! This course is designed for people who are teady to stop making excuses and Get Your Act Together. Join Krystin Railing and The Performer’s Guide for this 8 day Intensive that is sure to start your year off full of direction and motivation!!
The purpose of this challenge is to set you up for success and motivate you to achieve the goals you set for yourself! This challenge is designed off of the 21/90 Rule, invented by Maxwell Maltz, which is a popular method to build habits.
The rule is simple enough.
Commit to a personal or professional goal for 21 straight days. Then, once you’ve established that habit, you continue to do it for another ninety days. If you can keep up something for three weeks and then ninety days, then it should become a permanent lifestyle change.
So ask yourself… Can you commit to your personal or professional goals for 21 straight days?!
The Challenge Components:
- HABITS: Track Your habits for 21 days and give yourself 1 point a day per habit completed
- NO NO LIST There will also be No No List
- MODULES: Complete the Get Your Act Together modules within 21 days of beginning the course and give yourself 1 point for each completed module.
Why are some performers more innovative, more influential, and more profitable than others? Why do some command greater loyalty from fans and clients alike? Even among the successful, why are so few able to repeat their success over and over? They all started with WHY. They realized that people won’t truly buy into a product, service, movement, or idea until they understand the WHY behind it.
Ikigai is Japaanese concept that means “a reason for being”. The word “ikigai” is usually used to indicate the source of value in one’s life or the things that make one’s life worthwhile. The word translated to English roughly means “thing that you live for” or “the reason for which you wake up in the morning” Each individual’s ikigai is personal to them and specific to their lives, values and beliefs. It reflects the inner self of an individual and expresses that faithfully, while simultaneously creating a mental state in which the individual feels at ease
The Wheel of Life is a life assessment tool you can use to evaluate your life and business as it is right now. As a performer, our personal and professional lives are intermingled and it is important to have a healthy balance. Think of the Wheel of Life like a snapshot into your life in a this exact moment. This simple exercise is a powerful way to analyze your life and see what areas need more focus and attention.
Having “talent” isn’t enough to make a living, you must also work diligently towards a goal. Developing sound goals is critical to managing your own performance career. Learn how to set S.M.A.R.T. Goals easily and effectively!
It’s important to reevaluate your personal routine and be sure it is in line with your new goals. Establishing a personal routine is very Important for a performer’s success. Having a solid routine is more than just a good morning routine, it involves breaking down your entire year into sections and then evaluating what you do during each of those time periods.
Time management is important for busy performers so they can prioritize all their work tasks and achieve their goals faster. When you better manage your time, you’ll be able to take on new opportunities and grow your business in a sustainable manner.
Task management is the process of tracking tasks from the beginning, setting deadlines, prioritizing tasks, or assigning them to the right people. It ensures performers stay on track and get completed on time.
In positive psychology, a flow state, also known colloquially as being in the zone, is the mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. The flow state shares many characteristics with hyperfocus