Darren Hardy

The Power of Twenty-One

Good morning!
Happy National Day of Prayer!

Do you know what your brain is not designed to do? Let me share with you in the video above…

Action for Today:
Of the many insights shared in The Compound Effect, one I am repeatedly told has made a profound difference is the story of the Thanksgiving Journal.
My challenge to you is to think of an area of your life you are having difficulty in and want to improve.

For the next 21 days, take three minutes at the end of the day and write down what about that problematic situation you appreciate, what’s good and what you’re grateful for.

This could be a confrontational co-worker at the office, your job as a whole or your troubled marriage… anything or anyone that frustrates or negatively affects you.

I promise you, when you change how you look at a situation, the situation changes.

Who is up for this simple 21-day challenge?
Come on, just reading this and thinking about it won’t help you.
As Johann Von Goethe said, “Knowing is not enough; we must apply.”
Ideas without implementation are useless. Ideas executed have the power to change the world—particularly your world.

Take the challenge.
Not for me, for you. Will you?
3 minutes a day for 21 days.
Who’s in?

Declare that you will and what you are committed to being grateful for during the next 21 days in the comments below.
Don’t be a silent “lurker”, encourage others by sharing your declaration in the comments section.

Your Daily Mentor,

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