Day 9 –
This 100 day plan is not designed for people who think, falsely believe or even hope to be perfect. Perfection is a journey, not a destination. Making mistakes is inevitable. Having slipups is inevitable. Falling off track is inevitable. What isn’t inevitable but completely in your control is self-discipline and recommitting once you’ve strayed from your purpose. If you fall, get back up and continue the race; just finish.
Sometimes its easy to lose sight of what matters most in life. The must outcomes I’ve set for myself revolve around what matters most; God, personal relationships, health and wealth. Assuming you’ve completed a plan, what does it say about your priorities? What does it say about your future? What does it say about you?
What the 100 day plan is designed to do is build character through commitment, discipline and determination. It’s not a pursuit of perfection but a pursuit of improvement. It’s “100 Days to a Better You” not “100 Days to a Perfect You.”
Instead of cutting out bad things altogether, focus intently on increasing the good things. That is what is working best for me.
91 more days to go! We’re almost in the 80’s!
To The Top!