The last section is filled with calendar templates you can use to plan your year. If you're not a planner by nature, they might be a little overwhelming, so my advice would be to take what's useful and what seems manageable and leave the rest. Overall, I really like Jacobs' positive voice and her realistic advice to take a cold, hard look at yourself as a business person. I've already set some goals for 2016 and looked at ways I can change some things I've done in the past that didn't pay off (blogging about things not directly related to my books, spending $ on ad sites that don't provide a solid return, and -- believe it or not -- writing novellas).
My big, "what would you do if you couldn't fail?" goal is to become a New York Times best-selling author by 2020. I think it's within my reach, with a lot of hard work and smart business decisions. Stay tuned and let's see!