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30 Little Challenges for Finishing the Year Strong

Think a little less about managing your problems and a little more about managing your focus.Ready to finish the year strong?Inner peace and progress are both built through small daily victories. It’s the individual choices we make day to day that make us whole in the long run.

Yes, the happiness of your life ultimately depends on the quality of your daily actions.So for the days and weeks ahead, challenge yourself to focus on one or more of these:Will you embrace these challenges in the days ahead?Which one resonates the most right now?Leave a comment below and share your thoughts with the community.I love this. I cannot go a day without logging onto your blog or reading an excerpt from your 1,000 Little Things book.

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Try Again: How to Restore the Faith You Once Had in Yourself
nodded again.Sara started off as a shot put competitor, but spent every single afternoon running and training with the rest of the track team.  She was very competitive, and by the end of our freshman year she was down to 219 pounds.  She also won 2nd place in the countywide shot put tournament that year.  Three years later, during our senior year, she won 3rd place in the 10K run.  Her competitive weight at the time was 132 pounds.There was a time when Sara was convinced that it was impossible to lose weight because, in her past experience, it had never worked out the way she had hoped.  She had completely lost faith in herself.  But, with consistency—with a daily ritual of trying again and again—she restored her faith and achieved the “impossible.”  And when Sara showed up to my 37th birthday (pool) party and BBQ recently, I smiled when I overheard another guest she just met compliment her on her bathing suit and physique.Of course, Sara still works really hard—she tries again—every single day to maintain what she has achieved.And, so do I…Some people get this idea about me, because I’m a New York Times bestselling author who has spent the past decade writing and teaching people how to create more success and happiness in their lives, that I don’t ever fall short and fail miserably in these areas.  But of course, I’m human, so that’s not true at all.  I fall short and fail at things much more than you might imagine, and certainly far more than I’d often like to admit.  And, it feels just as horrible for me as it does for you or anyone else—I absolutely lose faith in myself sometimes.Deep down, of course, I know these negative reactions aren’t helpful.  So I own up to what happened, learn a lesson or two, and then get
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