Be Prepared. It’s not just for Boy Scouts: Day 20 of my Transformation

Today is day 20 of my transformation. I titled my video failure equals learning, but as I set out to write this post I realized that the lesson I learned from yesterday wasn’t just about failure. It’s about being ready for something.

Yes, I tend to jump into everything with both feet, and you can’t always prepare for every new experience. But, I want the next 30 days to be awesome. I want to accomplish all my goals and I want to look back on May as one of the best months of my life.

I often go into new things all excited and then fizzle out. But, not this time. I aim to accomplish every single goal I set out to accomplish. Sometimes I ask how I manage to stay enthusiastic and optimistic. Why do I always think I can do it?

I got a lot out of meditation today and realized that even the things I thought I couldn’t do, I did. And, even the things I failed at I grew from. I believe that I will grow through this experience and by the end of it, hopefully, I will walk away feeling like I inspired myself. I motivated myself. And, I grew from this.

Yesterday, I did my workout late in the day but I did it. I wrote two blog posts for clients, made a Youtube, made dinner, and spent some quality time with my fiance.

I’m just getting started. Tomorrow I am going to make a kick-ass plan for May and I am going to rock May. I am going to write and produce the high-quality content I want to create. And, I am going to track, measure, and succeed with my goals. Who wants to rock May with me?

Try, try, try again.
Patty
The Girl with Blue Energy

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