Win The Day

You may already be periodically sending emails to your list— that’s a good thing. There’s nothing wrong with sending an email. I highly advise it. The problem that most people have, is they don’t email their prospect list enough.

How do you climb Mount Everest? One step at a time.

How do you navigate a dangerous path? One obstacle at a time.

Too many times it seems people
want to succeed all at once.
They tend to forget success is not something that just happens it’s something that is achieved

Jim Howard

No championship team wins its title during the first game, no business owner retires wealthy on the day he opens his business, and no one lives an entire life in one day. It’s a process.              

When you try to do too much too fast you often get nowhere but frustrated. You feel that you have failed and you’ll never get to enjoy the outcome you desire. That’s where most people start to shut down. Do NOT get to that point!

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Understand that life is full of days and each day is full of hours, minutes and seconds. You’re not going to win every second of every day. Actually, you’re not going to win every day, but that doesn’t mean you stop. You keep going. You keep trying. You keep working and believing you can win more than you lose.

Keep Your Focus on Today

Wake up each morning and remind yourself that today is the most important day of all. At the end of each day, look back over what you did the good, the bad and the ugly — and ask yourself did you do enough to win today?

So, look at your Mount Everest, see the obstacles that are trying to hold you back, determine to win and press on toward the goal!

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Jim Howard

With over 30 years in commercial print, branding and publishing, Jim Howard has dedicated much of his life to helping entrepreneurs, CEOs and business owners move ahead in their business. Follow him at,

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