This week, I returned from attending Unleash the Power Within, a Tony Robbins event! This was a major thrill for me because I have been a fan of his for almost two decades. I was first introduced to Tony when my dad ordered one of his audio programs, back in the day. The event was powerful and so much fun; I even got to walk on fiery coals! I’m very grateful for the insights and breakthroughs I was able to achieve and I look forward to using what I learned to help you to do the same.
There are over 60 days left in 2009. That is still enough time to make significant progress in your life, career or relationships. The next several weeks will pass, and God willing you will be here to see them. Whether you are in the exact same position at the end of this year that you are in today will be dependent on how you approach the last few months of this year. Hopefully, you have set forth various goals for yourself in the areas that are the most important to you. Most likely, you have goals that relate to your health, finances and relationships. How are you progressing in those goals? Are you on track to attaining them? Have you achieved them already? Or have you fallen off track and need to revive them and recommit to them?
Please, don’t be like the majority of the population. Most people have already given up on themselves for this year, and they’re telling themselves, “I’ll try it again in January.” You don’t have to say that, because you know that with more than 60 days you still have plenty of time to make a difference for yourself in 2009. Research shows that it takes 21-30 days to form a new habit. That means you can establish two new positive habits and still have time left over to tackle some of the other things on your list. My challenge for you is to maximize the priceless gift you’ve been given, your time. If you’ve almost achieved your goal, great job! Keep up the momentum. If you’re off track and are disappointed with your progress, start again. You get to decide if you finish 2009 in the same position you were in when you started it. If you know you need some help, encouragement, or guidance, I encourage you to contact me for your free coaching call. See below for the details.Share