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    How to Make Today Your Day One

    How to Make Today Your Day One

    I’ve talked a lot the last few weeks about “Day One” and encouraging you to take action in one area of your life that you’ve been putting off for “one day.”

    I’ve received some amazing emails back each week, and I had a few of the community members ask “How can I make today Day One?” Today, I wanted to address that and offer some advice that has worked for getting me from standing in neutral at the starting line, to moving forward.

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    How to Overcome Relentless Rejection

    How to Overcome Relentless Rejection

    Slammed door.

    Slammed door.

    Slammed door.

    It’s frustrating, disheartening, and outright demoralizing to see a door shut in your face time and time again. We want to compete, we want to keep banging on that door until someone opens it, but part of us questions if we can continue to handle the rejection. Every time we start to get momentum, we get shut down.

    I know you have thoughts of giving up. It’s hard right now to find the (any!) motivation to bang on the door one more time. You may feel as if you’ve been down this road for so long now, that the frustration is almost unbearable. You look back at how many days in the past you’ve heard “no,” and you start looking ahead, imagining how many more “no’s” might await. So you want to avoid the heartache and just stop now.

    Before you do, can I challenge you to try something?

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    Start Your First Mile

    Start Your First Mile

    If you’re anything like me, you hear the words “26.2 miles” and immediately start to back up. I don’t like to run two miles, much less 26 of them. And for a lot of us, we see this huge distance of 26 miles and get overwhelmed. We don’t believe we can go that far right now so for some reason, we get stuck with the notion that we’ll never go that far.

    But did you know how a marathon is actually run?

    One. Small. Step. At. A. Time.

    Ask any marathoner. For them to reach mile 26, they have to start with mile 1.

    And to reach mile 1? You have to start with step one.

    It’s the same with having BIG goals.

    Do you know the kind of goals I’m talking about?

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