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    How To Beat Today, Tomorrow

    How did today go?

    If great, most of us go to bed wanting to repeat or build on it.

    If poor, we cannot wait to close our eyes and start over again in the morning. Wehope things will be better. Rarely do we plan to ensure it.

    We all want a better future, a better tomorrow that aligns with the dreams we’ve set out for our life. Most times, we hope they’ll magically come together.

    But life doesn’t work that way. Our “tomorrow’s” improve when we take intentional action today.

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    You Are A Different Person Than Then

    “The human body essentially recreates itself every six months. Nearly every cell of hair and skin and bone dies and another is directed to its former place. You are not who you were last November.” ― Donald Miller You are not who you were this time last year. Did you know that every six months...

    The post You Are A Different Person Than Then appeared first on Compete Every Day.

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    Imitate The Hydra

    How are you going to respond to failure? Are you going to allow it to stop you or you going to allow it to strengthen you?

    I love Greek mythology. I love all the stories surrounding the Greek mythology of Zeus, Odysses, Poseidon, & Hercules. And if you are familiar with any of these, you have heard tales of the labors of Hercules.

    Today’s Monday motivation is focused on the second labor, the Hydra.

    Hercules was tasked with finding and killing the Hydra, a mythical serpent beast with multiple heads, poisonous blood, and an odor that would kill anyone who breathed in the air near it. It was one of the deadliest creatures in the land by these characteristics alone, but the Hydra had a secret that none of its victims had lived to tell about.

    Hercules initially attacked the Hydra like he would any other beast. Grabbing his sword, he immediately cut off one of the Hydra’s heads, hoping to wound the creature. But something strange happened. In the place of one head grew two. In fact, every time you tried to cut off a head, two more would grow back.

    Every person to this point had failed to kill the Hydra because they didn’t understand that what didn’t kill it only made it stronger.

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