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WelcomeWe’re so thrilled that you’ve joined Savvy Circles! Thank you!This is first and foremost a sisterhood of inspiring and aspiring women coming together tosupport, celebrate, guide and connect as each one of you work towards your biggest goal over thenext 90 days.Women are incredibly powerful and can bring so much to their businesses, communities and theworld. We are the change! This I have never doubted.Often we walk this path in isolation.We crave and ultimately thrive when we get the support, guidance and understanding from thoseon this similar journey - who “get” what it’s like to have a business that is often a deep passion orcalling. And, people who deeply understand how being a business woman is just one aspect of amuch richer life.Savvy Circles is a place where women can come together, speak a similar language (in this case thecrazy language of business) and find the support and sisterhood that is often missing when youstart and grow a business as a solopreneur or small business owner. This is more than justintellectual support, it is also about being a mirror for one another, a cheerleader, peer mentor anda source for inspiration and insight .May you enjoy every step of the next 90 days together.Thank you again for joining this Circle.To your boundless success on this weird wild ride of entrepreneurship.JennLearnSavvyCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Table of ContentsWelcome2Table of Contents3Self-Assessment4Structure6Ground Rules7Contract9One Goal10Week 2 : Worksheet18Week 2: Spotlight19Week 3 : Worksheet20Week 3: Spotlight21Week 4 : Worksheet22Week 4: Spotlight23Week 5 : Worksheet24Week 5: Spotlight25Week 6 : Worksheet26Week 6: Spotlight27Week 7 : Worksheet28Week 7: Spotlight29Week 8 : Worksheet30Week 8: Spotlight31Week 9 : Worksheet32Week 9: Spotlight33Week 10 : Worksheet34Week 10: Spotlight35Week 11 : Worksheet36Week 11: Spotlight37Week 12 : Worksheet38Week 12: Spotlight39In Review40Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Self-AssessmentWe want to make sure that each Savvy Circle member accomplishes what she sets outfor herself.NOTE: Please answer the following questions below (this is your copy - however there is an identicalassessment that we ask you fill out and submit to LearnSavvy prior to the first call). We want to ensure youkeep a copy for yourself since we will be reviewing it at the end):Do you have One clear project or goal that you want to accomplish during the 90 day circle time?If not (and that’s totally cool - we’ll help you narrow it down), do you have a few ideas/ thoughtson what that might be?What is your desired outcome in participating in a Savvy Circle?Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

What are you top three goals that you would like to achieve or work towards with the help of thegroup? (Can include the One big goal or additional items that support that goal or your growth)What support are you seeking from the group specifically?Everyone has something to contribute to a group (even if they’re completely new to business) what do you see bringing to a Savvy Circle?How will you know if this Savvy Circle session is successful?Any additional thoughts you’d like to share Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

StructureThis will be the structure of most calls. Every once in a while we’ll do two “spotlights” in a singleday or an open Q&A toss up. We will let everyone know in advance.Time5 min2 min/each40 minAgenda ItemWelcomeUpdates on wins/accomplished goals from lastweek. Any additional goals/wins can be notedas well.SpotlightThe person in the spotlight brings to the groupsomething that may be challenging her orsomething that she wants to talk through/getfeedback on.Everyone participates and makes suggestions/asks questions and helps.At the end of the spotlight session, she willprovide an action plan and goals to accomplishby the following week.2 min/eachEach person will state 3 things that theycommit to completing by the next meeting.5 minQuick wrap up and a happy send off!Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Ground RulesThe success of this Savvy Circle relies on cooperation, dedication and wholeheartedsupport to the group and each member.CommitIn order to get the most out of the Savvy Circle and to further help all your fellow members, youmust commit to yourself (executing on goals you’ve set for yourself) and commit to the group (byshowing up on-time each and every week, fully being present and actively participating). Membersare expected to attend every meeting and show up on time.Be PresentWhen we start our calls please ensure everything is left at the “door”. Turn off phones,notifications, social media and other distractions. Find a quiet place to focus fully on the group andour time together.ListenPlease don’t interrupt other members while they’re speaking. Take down a note and bring up yourquestion or suggestion when they’re done speaking.EncourageWe are here not only to learn, grow together and to achieve our individual goals but also toencourage one another towards greatness. Celebrate milestones, point out small and big wins andcheer each other when goals are met. Let’s be one another’s cheerleaders.Stay OpenWe want to create a place where each of us feels safe to speak our mind and be vulnerable if theoccasion arises. You don’t have to put your best face forward like you do in front of potentialclients - this is a place to be real, to be honest and to take responsibility for your own personalgrowth and development.Be KindAgain this is a safe space that promotes kindness. You can make suggestions, provide feedback orpoke holes in theories - but always do so from a place of kindness and compassion.ParticipateIn order for a mastermind circle to be amazingly successful and for each member to achieve thegoals set for herself, every person needs to be an active participant. There is no “half-assing” ordialing it in here! Even if you’re an introvert or consider yourself a newbie to business, you bringCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

immense experience and knowledge to the table. Ask questions, get curious, point out similaritiesyou’ve seen elsewhere, be an active sounding board, and share your gifts!Practice Self-Awareness & CompassionPlease keep your ego in check. Do not one-up any of the members or dominate conversations. Noone likes a know it all either. Be mindful of asking your fellow member if she is open to hearingyour advice or suggestions. “May I make a suggestion?” or “Would you like me to be frank withwhat I’m seeing?”Savvy Circles is a safe community built on the foundation of respect and trust. Everything wediscuss during a session is private and confidential.Criticism should be constructive and positive.If there is any violation of trust, you will be asked to leave the group.These Circles will not involve: Negativity Venting of your personal issues, conflicts, non-business related problems. Gossip Promoting one’s product/service or attempting to generating business leads. Distractions or multi-tasking - including email, social media, phone, etc. PsychotherapyCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

ContractFor living consciously and free and committing to the Circle and oneself.For the period starting on (date) and ending on (date)I (your name) commit to giving up the following:complaining, blaming, gossiping, judging, whining, criticizingThis includes thoughts/actions towards myself as well.If I catch myself in the act, I will remind myself of this contract, lovingly forgive myself and moveaway from negativity.I commit to honesty, integrity, trust, and respect for myself and my fellow Circle members.I commit to fully showing up and taking responsibility for myself, my actions, my goals/dreams andfor my business.I commit to fully showing up for the other members of the Circle and hold space for them topursue their goals.I commit to being open to new ideas, looking deep within for answers and the enduring pursuit ofmy life’s purpose and dreams.signaturedateCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

One Goal“Our plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a (wo)man does not know whatharbor (s)he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” - SenecaDon’t forget: Goals give direction and focus and are intentional. They give you something that ismeasurable so you know whether or not you’ve accomplished what you’ve set out to do.ExploreHow to Narrow in on that One GoalWith so many things you “could” do or think you “should” do there are only so many hours a dayto get things done. And in those hours, you want to do the work THAT MATTERS. The work thatdrives your business forward in a meaningful way. Not just busy work but real purposeful work.#1 Question You Must Ask Yourself:“What is the outcome that I want to create?”What is the outcome you desire and want to create by the end of this period? What is it that youwant to accomplish within the next 90 days?How do you want to feel when you’ve accomplished it? What does it feel like? List all feelings!Are you willing to commit to feeling it today? Feel (and believe) like it’s already happened.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

If you’re not entirely sure what that One Goal is, start with this exercise:The Brain Dump Exercise #1List out everything that comes to mind. Be sure not to edit, filter or judge. Just write down everypossible idea, thought and feeling.What are your priorities currently (both business and personal)? How do you spend your timeand do you focus your time on your priorities? You could list them and put % next to them ifthat’s helpful. (Hint: Not everything is a priority. This isn’t a to-do list but what really is mostimportant.)What projects (not tasks) are currently on my list or bigger plans for the year? List them all out.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

What projects have been floating around in my mind for the last month or so?Which current projects directly impact my bottom line (if that is important to you)?Which potential projects directly impact my bottom line (if that is important to you)?What ONE project, if completed, will open up and expand my life (either financially,physically, mentally or emotionally) and/or create more freedom, more time, moreopportunities or more joy?Is there something about this particular project that scares you? Explain.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

What needs to change to accomplish this One Goal?What do I need to let go of? Beliefs, thoughts, or habits? People, ways of being, outdated storiesabout myself or the world? What exactly do I need to release in order to achieve this One Goal?Who do I have to be in order to achieve this One Goal?Plan“In absence of clearly defined goals, we become strangelyloyal to performing daily acts of trivia.” - Unknown1. Starting Point - Being Honest with Current SituationBefore you plan where you’re going to go you need to start with where you are today.Be honest with yourself. If you’re honest in where you are today you can set realistic goals. If youare only making 1,000 a month from your business than setting a goal for 1m next year might bea bit of stretch. I’m all about dreaming big but also you want to set goals that you can accomplishand feel good about (yes it’s a fine line between stretch and completely wild).2. The OutcomeReview the outcome you desire. Is the goal or target clear and concise? Is there anythingambiguous or fuzzy that needs to be cleared up before you proceed? Close your eyes and imaginethe day that you’ve reached your goal. Put yourself smack dab in the middle of it and see throughthe eyes and feel through the body of your future self.3. The EvidenceWhat’s the tangible evidence or landmark that confirms you’ve reached your goal? The evidencemakes it undeniable that you’ve reached where you’ve wanted to go. There is evidence along theway that indicate you’re on the right path and moving in the right direction. Again go into theCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

future and figure out the final landmark that indicates you have arrived at your goal and all the milemarkers along the way.4. CongruencyIs this goal in line with your ultimate desire and how you want to live. Check in with your body. Doyou have a response when you imagine the day you’ve reached your goal? Does it feeling amazingor is there something that just doesn’t feel right. It could be one of two things: a) limiting beliefsare raising their ugly head or b) the goal isn’t the right one for you and your ultimate desires.Explore.5. Bigger ContextImagine yourself at the moment you accomplished your goal. How do you feel? Where are you?Who are you with? (Where, how, when and with whom). When we chase after goals - especiallystretch goals - we often have to make significant changes in our lives. We may have to limit timewith friends (or cut out certain friends) or spend weekends working towards a specific project.Internally we may not want to do this and so we subconsciously create barriers or self sabotageour success. The key is to make our goals more appealing to both our conscious andsubconscious mind. You might want to adjust the goal, the timing of when it will be accomplishedor your view on what you think you might have to sacrifice.6. ResponsibilityAre you willing to take 100% responsibility for your goal? This may sound like a ridiculous questionbut how many times do you hear people making excuses for not achieving something. It’s theeconomy, it’s the market, it’s the other guy, it’s the weather, it’s my business partner. I’m a mom,I’m a caregiver, my partner doesn’t support me, I don’t have friends who get me, I don’t haveanyone that can help. Blame is easy to throw around. Please don’t play victim (plus if this is whatyou say you see - you will see it). Ultimately you are in charge of you.7. ResourcesWhat resources do you need to accomplish your goal? I think we often forget to ask ourselves thisquestion. The obvious ones that often come up are time, money, materials or additional labor.However there are other less tangible ‘resources’ that we feel we also need such as energy,confidence, self-worth, and creativity.Some people fall into circular thinking especially with confidence. They may say: “I will be moreconfident after I reach that particular goal.” Yet, they say they need more confidence to actuallychase after the goal. You have to ask yourself, “When will I get confidence?”The bigger question to ponder is “What would happen if I were to act “as-if” you already hadeverything you need to begin this journey?”Different MethodsConsider one of the tried and true methods for goal setting. These are here only to help. You canuse one, none, or a hybrid - whatever speaks to you!Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

dGoal must be clearResults must be measurable in some way.Goal must be attainable and realistic (can be stretch - a girl can dream!)Goal must relate tie back to your larger vision and mission for your bizGoal must have definite start and end with a clear duration ableRefinableGoal should encourage collaborationGoal should be limited in terms of duration and scope.Goal should promote an emotional charge - fueling passion and enthusiasm.Big goal should be broken down into smaller goals to promote quick winsand keep momentum high.Be steadfast with your goal execution but flexible and open as newsituations or info arises.WISEWrittenWriting your goals down is essential and not to be skipped. It helps provideclarity and instills commitment to your desires, dreams and aspiration.IntegratedWhen creating business goals consider your personal goals as well. Take aholistic view by allowing your biz/personal goals to intermingle. It will helpyou see the bigger picture. You can include in your goal setting: increasesales by 50% and get 8 hours of sleep.SynergisticGetting your goals to work together! Synergy is when one goal or ideaadvances another. Keeping a vision of what you want in mind when youthink about your goal will help create this synergy.ExpansiveThink big. Now think even bigger! Your goal should inspire you daily to stayfirmly on the path to your dreams.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Brain Dump Exercise #2Again brain dump time. But this time write down everything needed to accomplish your goal.Include: every task, process, purchase, stage, communication, person, resource, etc. Don’t concernyourself putting this in order. This is your chance to get everything out of your head and on paper.Afterwards you can then use all the items as your roadmap.Work BackwardsReverse Engineering is a great way to tackle any goal and break it down to bite-size, achievablepieces. Start with the end and work backwards jotting down everything you need to do and bywhen to accomplish your Big Goal.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Create Your Master PlanThis is where you organize all the items you brainstormed above and put it into a cohesive plan.Keep a Notebook (or use this space here)Or Evernote open or a piece of paper handy to keep all your other ideas in? Without fail as yougo through this exercise you will come up with all sorts of amazing, life changing, urgent, must-doit-now-before-some-else-does-it-better ideas. Resist for now but keep a notebook for them so youcan tackle them in the near future!Letting GoWhat activities, chores, responsibilities, habits can I let go of (temporarily) in order to make thetime and space to get this One Goal done?Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 2 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 2: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 3 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 3: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 4 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 4: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 5 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 5: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 6 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 6: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 7 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 7: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 8 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 8: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking to be held accountable Getting to the the root of the problem Help with resource ideas Sharing a success or failure Figuring out my options Discussing a particular opportunityCopyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 9 : WorksheetMeeting date: / /Fill this sheet out before every meeting so you come prepared with wins, goal updates, and the 3action items you plan to commit to the following week.1. Short update from last week (2 min max).What were the results of my business goals last week? Wins!2. Three Action items I commit toMy 3 Action Items to accomplish by next week’s call1.2.3.GeneralWhat’s my expectation for today’s meeting? Am I looking for support or am I just giving?What have I learned recently that could be beneficial to one or all of my team members?Post call to do’s/follow ups: resources recommended, introductions, email to send, etc.Copyright 2017 by LearnSavvy LLC. All rights reserved.

Week 9: SpotlightMeeting date: / /If you’re in the Spotlight today: Fill this sheet prior to the call. Preparation is key for a successful spotlight session.If you’re NOT in the spotlight this week: Use this sheet to freely keep notes, jot down ideas as you’re listening to the presenter.Spotlight TopicIn this meeting, I’d like to mastermind and brainstorm about the following topic, issue, concern,challenge, decision, etc:Specifically, I want help with: Generating ideas Finding a solution Making a decision Getting constructive feedback on an idea Asking

Week 3: Spotlight 21 Week 4 : Worksheet 22 Week 4: Spotlight 23 Week 5 : Worksheet 24 Week 5: Spotlight 25 Week 6 : Worksheet 26 Week 6: Spotlight 27 Week 7 : Worksheet 28 Week 7: Spotlight 29 Week 8 : Worksheet 30 Week 8: Spotlight 31 Week 9 : Worksheet 32 Week 9: Spotlight 33 Week 10 : Worksheet 34 Week 10: Spotlight 35 Week 11 : Worksheet 36 .

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