Do you wish there was someone in your world willing to hold you accountable?
Most of us want someone in our life who has a vision of what’s possible for us and is willing to take a stand for our greatness, even when we’re fighting for our limitations.
Tim Beverlin found that person – and he found it in the form of a five-year-old girl. In this episode, Tim shares his own 66-day journey so you can see what it looks like to leverage accountability and form that first power habit – and how weaving purpose into all of this can take your results to an even higher level.
The ONE Thing to take away from this episode:
When you do ONE thing, the right thing, it can topple over many things. Because success is sequential – not simultaneous.
What amazing possibilities are you currently missing in your life, and how can you go small to form your first power habit?
Go to the1thing.com/66daychallenge to download your own 66-day calendar. Remember what Tim said: “If you’re considering starting a 66-day challenge, start it today. Print it today and make today day one of whatever you’re doing. Don’t let it go until tomorrow.”
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Please share your ideas with us at the1thing.com/summit!
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LINKS & TOOLS FROM THIS EPISODE
- Want to be a founding member? Help us create our next event: the1thing.com/summit
- Connect with Tim on LinkedIn
- Download your 66-day calendar