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We are a team of women committed to providing encouragement, community, and practical tools to help you–yes, you!–make what matters happen in your own life.
Whether you’re digging into your very first PowerSheets Goal Planner, saw your name on the Cultivate Goal Getter Board during Mid-Years Prep Week, or you’re joining us from the Southern Weddings family, we couldn’t be more thrilled to have you here!
What exactly is a Cultivator?
A cultivator uncovers her own unique goal and path. Instead of looking to other people’s goals or social media feeds to define her own, she puts in the hard work of uncovering a path that fires her up.
A cultivator embraces little by little progress. She doesn’t believe in quick fixes or overnight results, but she knows it’s okay to grow slow.
A cultivator gets her hands dirty and takes action. Waiting for perfection might sound like a good idea, but she knows it’s worth it to dig in right now instead of waiting for the perfect timing or circumstances.
A cultivator examines where she is in order to leap to what’s next. Instead of ignoring what isn’t working, she takes the time to evaluate everything–both the good and the bad–to uncover the path forward.
A cultivator creates a long-term vision and gets after it. She refuses to keep going through the motions, doing the same things she’s always done. Instead, she steps forward into a new path.
A cultivator sets out on a purposeful path by uncovering cultivated goals. She’s tired of wandering aimlessly, with no goal, and she embraces her path with excitement and enthusiasm.
A cultivator finds joy in the journey instead of placing all her value in the finish line. She knows there is much to be learned in the in-between.
A cultivator doesn’t just embrace imperfect progress; she celebrates it. She’s tired of abandoning ship at the first bump in the road, and she knows that the best things in life grow slowly.
A cultivator believes in community. She shares her goals, encouraging others along the way, instead of trying to do it all alone.
Sound like you? Ready to dive in and start cultivating what matters? We sure hope so! Here are six ways to get started, right where you are!