Make a Run for the Next 100 Days

young woman jogging alond a river in the morningHey there! Jason here. How have you been? Doing great, I hope.

A friend of mine, Pat, called up me up the other day, all excited.

She asked me, “The last quarter of 2016 is about to start! Are you up for a challenge?

Finding her question a bit odd, I replied, “What’s up with the challenge?”

She slowed down to catch her breath, and to patiently explain an article she read, about how people were more likely to get more stuff done focusing on a 100-day countdown nearing the end of the year, rather than making New Year’s resolutions.

She then asked me again if I wanted to start 2017 on a high note, and what goal did I want to get done in the next 100 days.

Now that sounded exciting to me!

Pat added that much like how CEOs or country presidents are often evaluated within their first 100 days in office, a 100-day period is a long enough time to see some results, but short enough so that it’s not too much of a wait.

It was an evocative idea. 100 days is something I (and I suppose most other people) can wrap my head around.

I was in.

Pat suggested that the goal was to be worked on daily.

Step by step. Bit by bit. Inch by inch.

Again, that was something I could get down with.

How about you?

It’s worth making a run for, right?

Now, regardless of what you decide to work on, I suggest you also get some help.

Tai Lopez has some tools that can help you stay the course.

More often than not, we really get the stuff that we want when we do things we’ve never really done before. And that entails learning new things too.

Tai Lopez specifically has 67 steps that will do just that. Worth making time to check out.

Wishing you the best,

P.S. So what do you want to do in the next 100 days?

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