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“Don’t get ahead of yourself.”

That phrase used to drive me crazy when I was a kid! It felt like grown-ups were always trying to hold me back.

But they weren’t. They wanted me to reach my goals – and I’m sharing this with you today to help YOU reach your own goals.

→ The only thing you can control is what you do TODAY.

It’s human nature to want to speed ahead – to focus on where you want to be, instead of where you are now.

But the fastest route to your goals is to focus on TODAY.

Your actions today (right now!) have a direct impact on your tomorrow. Multiplied over many days, your actions predict your future.

Powerful stuff, right? But that’s only half of it.

Imagine every one of your “todays” stacking up, teaching you valuable lessons.

And those lessons don’t only help you REACH your goals, but MAINTAIN them and BUILD on them into the future.

That’s priceless!

Books are written one word at a time … fortunes are amassed one dollar at a time … and marathons are run one step at a time.

→ What actions can you take TODAY that will move you toward the future of your dreams?

At Applied Fitness, we’ve helped people lose weight, reignite their energy, and feel years younger by focusing on customized workouts, individualized meal plans, and accountability coaching

Need help? Have questions and want to learn more? Email or Call us today to learn more!

Yours In Health,

Brian

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