Best Year Yet ®

The Best Year Yet® is a simple and powerful program that transforms your ability to achieve goals and live to your potential. It will help you identify what you want in your life and/or business, with a clearly defined path to success and fulfillment, year after year. Used by hundreds of individuals and organizations over the years including Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers and blind climber Erik Weinemeyer and his team, as well as a sales manager who brought his team from “last place to first” in the country, Best Year Yet® is a powerful tool for both individuals and businesses.

The Best Year Yet system has three parts:

  1. Make your plan.
  2. Track your plan.
  3. Become a master at producing results.

It begins with you creating a one-year life or business plan and then using the Best Year Yet® system to carry that plan out.

Who Can Should Best Year Yet®?

The Best Year Yet® system can be used by people in all walks of life and all ages—individuals, couples, families and groups of people who work together in teams. The basic system asks 10 simple questions that have been perfected over the past 25 years. Because we believe everyone has the capability to have their best year yet, we trust that people will find their own answers to them. In other words, everyone has within them the capacity to have their Best Year Yet!

Create your plan online and follow up with our expert coaching to help you maximize your results, or attend our next workshop (2017 dates to be arranged) — in person or virtually — and take advantage of the added wisdom of other participants.

“Best Year Yet coaching safeguards my success and adherence to my plan. Marilyn guides me through pitfalls with firm encouragement, while reminding me to acknowledge my achievements. Our sessions are much more than a monthly plan check-up. I gain insight into different areas of human behavior and how it pertains to my successes, challenges and motivation.”

Lisa Rigsby, Founder, Big Pond Marketing & Design

 

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