This entry is part 2 of 11 in the series Repossible

Daily Habits to Create Unstoppable Success, Achieve Goals Faster, and Unleash Your Extraordinary Potential

“Only brush the teeth you want to keep,” the dentist recommended.

“Uh, I want to keep all of them,” I mumbled.

“Oh good, then you know exactly what to do–and how often.”

I brush all of my teeth every single day.

Because I want to keep them (all of them) and if I just do it a few minutes every single day then I can not only keep them, but keep them healthy, strong, and help to prevent disease and cavities.

When we’re talking about our lives, the kind of people we are, our challenges, dreams, and desires, it’s as simple as brushing our teeth.

Which days do you want to be the person you’ve always dreamt of becoming?

If your answer is not every single day then you can put down this book right now and forget the entire Repossible series. Save yourself 11 (or more…) books, videos, courses, in-person conferences and whatever else may come from the Repossible and Every Single Day movements.

If “Every Other Thursday” is about your level of passion towards your life then, well, lucky you and you’re free now to move about the cabin.

If, on the other hand, you’re curious about personal development and you’re looking to change or improve yourself or maybe just scoop up a little more joy in your life, read on.

Every Single Day is the extremely complicated scheduling methodology (that’s a little joke, nothing I do is extremely complicated…I don’t even know how to do something complicated) I devised after a couple of decades of going more along the lines of the Every Other Thursday strategy.

On November 1, 2012, my life took a turn I would never return to. It was a point of no return when I decided to dare to create.

Catch that?

I love dropping hints about what’s to come.

But before we decide or dare or even create, we need to ask.

The first question is simple:

Are you ready?

P.S. Disclaimer: My answer is often “Uh, no.” Then I go ahead and do it anyway.

  • Possible: tomorrow
  • Impossible: yesterday
  • Repossible: Every Single Day
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