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March Madness - Day 10

Be unstoppable!

She got on the black placard and was not quite sure how to move to the next one.

She started to panic.

     "I don't think I can do it."

The squares were large and the gaps between them was big enough for her to fall through.

How would she get to the next one?

With belief.
With support.
With coaching.
With encouragement.

   "You can do it! Just take your time. Use both, your hands and feet. Take a big step, then grab. You got it!"

She did it. 💪

Slow and steady.

One placard at a time.

Obstacle ☑

She completed the entire course, the 3.1 miles and all of the 12 obstacles....ALL BY HERSELF!

That's what happens when you are determined.

You become unstoppable.

Nothing can get in your way of you overcoming obstacles. Beating the odds. Paving the way.

Become unstoppable by:
Surrounding yourself with people who believe in you.
          Surrounding yourself by people who support you.
                    Finding and working with a reputable coach.
                              Finding your WHY for continual encouragement.

How can you re-position yourself to be UNSTOPPABLE? 

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  1. So you can re-position yourself to be UNSTOPPABLE by doing the following things. Realize you have a problem (this requires YOU being Honest with YOU) and be willing to do What It Takes! If you aren't honest with you then you WILL STAY STUCK!

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    1. Yes, so true! Self honesty is very important. When you know where you are, it will be easy to understand where you're going.

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