What are you waiting for?
You could just as easily change your life today as you can on New Year’s Day.
”New opportunity is matter of choice not calendar.” – Dan Kennedy
Let's call this your comeback.
Your return to glory.
Like the prodigal son you have gone through the dips and dark days and it's time to show the world who is boss.
You see, the world loves giving second chances.
And yes, it will give you a third, a fourth and many more, BUT only if you ask for it and take action to take these chances.
Every morning is a new opportunity to be a better you.
Every day you can get a little bit better.
So don’t give in no matter how far off track you get.
And never, ever give up on something that is important to you.
This is serious.
This is your life.
This is not a dress rehearsal.
So take a look at yourself now. Are you happy where you are? Are ready to comeback to a life you lived before, or ready for the next chance you have to take?
Is there somewhere you’ve been before that you want to return to?
Is there somewhere you’ve never been before but want to get to?
Because you can do it.
Life is giving you a second chance today (or 22nd chance - it doesn't matter how many, all that matters is that you take it).
It's time to start your comeback.
Cue the Rocky music.
And let's go.
Monday is the last day to join the FREE 18th TT Transformation Contest. You can win up to $1000 of my money just for losing your belly fat.
All you have to do is make a comeback, get back in shape, and start becoming that better version of you that you know you can be - starting today.
I know you can do it.
I believe in you.
Find out how to do the TT Transformation Contest for free here:
Compete your comeback with the TT Transformation Contest
Just click on the simple rules.
Then get started.
You have nothing to lose,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS - The #1 way to make yourself UN-happy...
...is to compare yourself to others.
Stop. Don't do it. It does not serve you.
Compare yourself only to your past self. Measure progress, not perfection.
(Thanks to my mentor Dan Sullivan for that one.)