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    How to Be a GOAL Getter

    How to Be a GOAL Getter

    I love Goal Getters.

    Because they're the ones taking action, taking a risk, and putting feet to the pavement to make things happen. They're not the ones you get tired of hearing of what they'll do "one day". No! Because they're too busy making things happen today.

    Sounds envious doesn't it? It should. 

    Because if you're anything like me, you're happy to let the rest of the world talk about their dreams. You want to smash some goals.

    So how do you become a GOAL Getter?

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    The Biggest Factor to Success

    The Biggest Factor to Success

    No one has the time to wait anymore.

    We want everything instantly. And when it takes longer than expected?

    We quit. Well, “most” people do. They lose their stomach for the long game. It’s why most people never drop those 15 extra pounds or reach their goals. It’s not a microwavable instant hit.

    But this? This is what will make you successful.

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    Leah Irons

    Leah Irons
    I compete because I GET to. I have been blessed with so much and I get to use those gifts daily. The least I can do is use those gifts to the best of my ability.

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    Take Your Swing

    Take Your Swing
    "You'll never hit a home run if you don't swing the bat."

    Like most of baseball, this quote applies to life. Too often we find ourselves hesitating.

    Hesitating to ask that guy/girl out.
    Hesitating to actually step inside that new gym.
    Hesitating to hit "publish" on that blog post.

    We spend our entire life hesitating in fear.

    But Competitors aren't like most people.

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    How to Overcome Your Halftime Score

    How to Overcome Your Halftime Score

    How many times have you turned off a game or event at halftime - only to find out later that your team rallied and ended up winning the game?

    It happens.

    Each year there are games that *seem* decided at halftime, only to have a completely different second half. Most recently, the 2017 Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, who trailed the Atlanta Falcons 28-3 in the NFL's championship game, only to rally and pull off a historic 34-28 victory to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as the game's best.

    Contrary to what many fans believe, the game isn't over at halftime when the teams head into the locker room. Many times, it's just beginning.

    The same change at halftime can happen in life too. Here's how to make sure you write a strong second half no matter how the first half has gone. 

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