The 2020 Countdown is ON!
I’ve got a serious question for you today …
… there have been literally thousands of memes on social media this year, joking about how crazy 2020 has been and guessing what terrible thing is going to happen next.
You’ve probably seen them. What I want know to is:
How do YOU want to finish out this year?
Do you want to be passive, braced for the next thing that might happen?
Or do you want to take back as much control as you can, and make progress toward whatever you want in your life?
It’s up to you!
As you might guess, I’m definitely NOT going to write off 2020 just yet!
We have TWO MONTHS left of the year. What do you want to accomplish?
What do you want to look back on when we wrap up 2020 and feel proud of?
YOU STILL HAVE TIME.
You can accomplish incredible things between now and the end of the year.
Just think about the possibilities!
Being able to run a mile … hitting X number of weight workouts … cleaning up your diet so you get your energy back (finally!) after quarantine … and on and on!
You just need to make a decision on how you want to finish the year. And just remember that every single decision you make is shaping your future.
“Imperfect action is better than perfect inaction.”
– Harry S. Truman
Are you with me on finishing out this year strong and with NO excuses!?
Let me know …
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