2022 had its troughs and peaks — but we can now see the finish line! Grab a pen — and a moment — to reflect on your highs, your lows, and “where you want to go”. Jot down where you are now and how you’ll get to where you want to be in ’23.

Here is a short eBook for some light reading, plus activities to help you reflect on the year that was; we hope you enjoy it! Click here

Our office will be closing on Wednesday 21st December 2022 and reopening on Tuesday 10th January 2023. Hopefully you have plans to take some time off to relax and consider what success looks like for you in the New Year. We’re looking forward to working together in ‘23, whatever it may bring!

From our team to yours: stay safe, be kind to yourself, and have a well-deserved break!

Take care and happy holidays,

Your Outside Team


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help you achieve greater financial success.

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