Need help achieving your goals year after year? You're invited to join The Goal Setter's Club VIP Membership - our most comprehensive and life-changing goal success program. 

In this 12-month virtual program, we will focus on one life category a month, all designed to bring you significant value, growth, and balance.

New Monthly Workshops With Live Q & A

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New Monthly Workshops With Live Q & A Each month, at The Goal Setter's Club, we focus on a specific life goal category. We go into depth on the monthly goal focus. Sherea provides tips, resources book recommendations, and more to help you set and achieve your goals

What's Included?

  • Sheréa VéJauan's 2023 Goals Journal: A One-Year Personal Goal Achievement System to help you Discover Your Purpose, Create a Life Plan and Reach Your Potential Digital PDF Version

  • Sheréa VéJauan's 2023 Weekly Planner Digital PDF Version

  • Sheréa VéJauan's Dream Big Vision Board Planner - Digital Version


  • Live group lessons will be taught each month, where we will explore one goal topic in-depth.

  • Digital Goal Focused Vision Board Planner

  • Monthly Calendar to Help Stay Focused on Goals, Challenges and Upcoming Events

Access to Bonus Courses

  • Choosing Your Word Of the Year

  • Every Day With Sherea -Replays and Companion Downloads

  • and many others...

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January - December

  • January: A healthy start to the year is the best way to begin a year. No matter how many goals you set, you won't achieve much if you aren't healthy.

  • February: I usually ask people I coach, "What's your number one goal and who can help you with it?" Most of the answers are me, myself, and I. The first step indeed begins with you, but you still need people in your life. We'll use the month of February to focus on building and maintaining our relationships.

  • March: No matter what your personal financial goals are, your life goals and dreams will cost you something. In addition to countless hours, dedication, and a strong will, it's going to cost money – either yours or someone else's. In March, we'll look at our money and set some goals and routines that will help us level up on our finances.

  • April: I don't know about you, but it's hard to concentrate on my goals when my home is not in order. When I'm trying to get work done and can't find something in my office, or I have a big event planned and my garage is disorganized, or I have been looking for a document for over an hour, I get frustrated. April is the perfect time to use all of the spring-cleaning resources to get your house in order.

  • May: Listen, we live in a hectic world. In 2020, Covid- 19 had everybody on lockdown; it was the biggest world pajama party. We wore them during the day and then changed into our night pajamas. We were forced to take care of ourselves. My hope is that we would continue to purposely make time for ourselves, not just when it's forced upon us by tragedy. We'll use this month to pause and reset.

  • June: As we enter into the summer months, this is a great time to plan fun. Take a break from the cares of this world and schedule some intentional activities that keep you laughing and enjoying life.

  • July: This month will be dedicated to personal development. This is the month to read your magazines, pull out your books, listen to your audiobooks, and learn a new word, new skill or language. With our world changing so much, it's never too late to learn.

  • August: In 2020, our world as we knew it was rocked. Most of us saw our friends lose their jobs, get laid off, get furloughed. I also saw friends and family work longer hours, move out of state, work side gigs, and start or expand their small businesses. For August, we are focusing on our careers, and I hope you pick one that you actually love. In this day and age, your income potential is unlimited. To start, all you need is a cell phone and access to social media.

  • September: It's an understatement to say that today's family is busy. Individual members spend most of their time working, going to school, and engaging in extracurricular activities. We'll take some time during this month to intentionally plan family time.

  • October: As we enter into this month, everyone's focused on Halloween. It's what I call the month of pretend and make-believe. We are surrounded by ghosts and goblins all month long. That spiritual energy is in stores, amusement parks, and even at our jobs. Take some time this month to discover what you believe spiritually so you can demonstrate that belief in your goal setting and achieving.

  • November: After almost two years of being on lockdown from Covid-19, I'm writing this book as the world is beginning to open up again. When this book reaches your hands, I'm not sure where we'll be regarding travel and what will be available, but use this month to plan current or future adventures.

  • December: This is the last category for the year. For this month, we'll be focusing on our giving goals. What better time can we pick to plan our giving for the month? This is also a great time to plan your intentions for giving for the following year.

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Sherea VeJauan

Sheréa VéJauan (Pronounced shuh-RAY VAY-jahn) is an entrepreneur, podcast host and workshop presenter. She is a published author of over eleven books and journals. She is the co-founder of The Goal Setter’s Club - a coaching organization that specializes in goal-setting exploration, plan implementation, and purpose attainment. Sheréa is also a Certified Coach, Trainer, and Speaker with the John C. Maxwell Team and certified DISC Behavioral Analyst. She resides in Southern California, a devoted wife of thirty years and mother to three adult children. Visit her at