So What Is Your Story?
All of us tell stories about ourselves. Stories define us.
When we want someone to know us, we share stories of our
childhoods, our families, our school years, our first loves,
our achievements, and so on.
Fast forward 100 days to April and think for a moment
about the story you are going to tell yourself and repeat
numerous times to others.
Will it be a story of…
REDEMPTION and how you turned things around are on a hot streak.
MASSIVE SUCCESS and how you started 2014 fast, focused an on fire.
REGRET and how you let so many opportunities slip by.
EXCUSES and how hard it was to get anything done in the first 100 days.
You must accept this reality…in 100 days, your story will have
been written, and the narrative of that story will be a direct
result of your inner dialog, choices and corresponding performance.
The first chapter of your 2014 story is waiting to be written…
Is it going to be seen as the sad consequence of neglect, poor
character, lack of direction and ambition, or will it be an
inspiring example of talent put to good use in the intense pursuit
of clearly defined goals?
The 100 Day Challenge was created with a single purpose; to show
you how to get more done in the first 100 days of the New Year
than most people do over the course of 10 years.
Check it out and join me in my 100 Day Challenge as enrollment is taking place right now:
Here’s to a great year for all of us!
P.S. If you want to create a STORY FOR THE AGES, you owe it to yourself to start the year fast, and maximize the first 100 days.