Whats your 90 Day Plan?

90 Day PlanStarting today and for the next 90 days,  I am going create some forward momentum in my life.  For the next 90 days, I am going to take action on the things that will get me the results that I want and get me to where I want to go. To accomplish my goals I won’t have to reinvent the wheel, however it will require me to make just a few small adjustments in my training plan.

The focus of this 90 day plan will be on running, life goals, business and overall health. I am not going to spend a ton of  time writing  out a really big plan , I am just going to to jump in and get started.  The majority of the changes that I need make I  most likely already know what to do and if  get stuck along the way I will just type a question into a search engine and get the question answered.  Its time to stop over thinking everything and just start taking action!

My 90 day plan will be fun and exciting.  I am going at it with focus and clarity and will allow the plan to be adaptable to change. I am going to take action and create a pattern interrupt that will force me to make the changes and reach my goals. I will make choices action that will give me great results.

My outline to “Run” my life for the next 90 days

  • Take Action but keep it simple, since I can only do one thing at a time.
  • Have a reason and a desired outcome for each change that I plan to make.
  • Focus on the quality and not quantity
  • Take care of myself
  • Stay positive
  • Pray
  • Get rest
  • Eat healthy foods
  • Drink lots of water
  • Renew my commitment daily
  • If something is not working figure it out and start again, because obstacles can be over come.

90 days, I think, that’s about all it is going to take for me to make some big changes, November 30th will be here before you know it, its time to get moving.

By the way, I just crushed a 45 minute work out on the elliptical and I feel great!

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Have an awesome day!


Don’t bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. 
Try to be better than yourself.” -William Faulkner