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December 3, 2014


Tis the season for making lists. There's the list of presents to buy, gifts you'd like to receive, parties to attend and cookies to bake.


If you've been with me for a while, you know what list I believe is more important than any other at this holiday season. It's time to make your Success List! This is the list of all you achieved this year that you make before creating your goals or resolutions for the new year. We rarely pause to celebrate and savor all we have accomplished before moving on to the next thing on our eternal "to do" list.

Success List


This simple, conscious practice will not only make you feel good but it will also give you the confidence and

focus you need to achieve your 2015 goals.

Here's what to do. Start by writing numbers one through 20 down the left margin of your paper so you'll list at least 20 successes. More is better!


Consider what you're most proud of this year, including your family, health, work, finances and fun. Then, go deeper to the lessons learned and gifts that come from disappointments and setbacks.


Once your list is complete, share it with others--from coworkers and employees to friends and family--and invite them to do the same.


Three of my 2014 successes are:

  1. I enjoyed fun trips to Italy, Greece and Turkey with my mom and sister and Disney World with my husband, the first time there on our own!
  2. I'm developing a 30-day subscription "CRAVE Your Goals!" audio/video program through Avanoo that will launch in the first quarter of 2015. Stay tuned!
  3. I learned to qualify clients better so we don't waste our time when it's not a good fit.

What's one of your successes? Share it on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!


To Your Wisdom, 




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"As a conference organizer and attendee, I know how common it is to return from an event, store away your materials and cards, and get back to business as usual. At the Network of Executive Women Leadership Summit last year, we concluded with the 'CRAVE Your Conference Goals!' action workshop and it made our event more meaningful and memorable. Attendees got so much out of it that we hired Tricia this year to repeat her program."
Jeffery Tobias Halter,
National Leadership Summit Designer

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Tricia Molloy is a leadership speaker on work-life balance and professional development through wise business practices.

Her Working with Wisdom programs, CRAVE Your Goals!, DESIGN Your Ideal Life! and Work-Life Balance Wisdom, inspire people to be more positive, proactive and productive so they can achieve their priority goals faster and easier.

They are available as employee development talks, workshops and webinars, and conference keynotes. Join organizations like Kimberly-Clark, IBM, The Home Depot and the Project Management Institute and benefit from these innovative programs.

Tricia also offers one-on-one Wisdom Mentoring for women entrepreneurs and professionals.

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