Hi, I’m Mim! I’m a planning-obsessed, Award-Winning Online Business Owner, Author and 5-Star Planner Sticker Seller.
I help new sticker makers create planner stickers from scratch that stand out and sell … even if you’ve never made a sticker before!

TPP #37 – Slay Your Goals with Nadalie Bardo

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Welcome to Episode #37 of The Planner Podcast.

In this episode, I chat to Nadalie Bardo from It’s All You Boo, all about how to set and slay your goals next year!

Nadalie shares such great advice on how to finally take intentional action, ditch what isn’t serving you and avoid the oh-so-common mistakes that people make when they set New Year Resolutions.

You will LOVE this interview!

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2 Comments

  1. / 1:48 am

    Thanks so much for having me on the show, Mim! I really enjoyed chatting all things goals with you.

    • / 11:40 am

      Oh me too – I LOVED our chat! x

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