Day #0 Welcome to “30 Days to Breakthrough”

15 Feb

Day #0: Welcome to “30 Days to Breakthrough” – Commit to the HABIT of journaling every day


Welcome to the “30 Days to Breakthrough” E-course. I’m so glad you made this decision.

During the next 30 days, you will be receiving a daily email from me always with the Subject title “30 Days To Breakthrough.”

Make sure you take the appropriate steps to keep these emails out of your spam folder.

I recommend you create a special email folder “30 Days To Breakthrough” to save and be able to easily find these emails.

Each email (blog post) will be short, yet contain these 5 things:
1) One inspirational quote
2) One lesson
3) One question to reflect upon and answer in your journal
4) One link to a valuable resource
5) One short prayer

The purpose of this E-course is to TRANSFORM you, not merely inform you. But for that to happen you must do your part.

During the next 30 days, I’m asking you to make a simple, yet powerful COMMITMENT.

Will you commit to establish the HABIT of reading my email daily and then spending at least 5 minutes writing down your answer to the Breakthrough question?

Why focus on a habit? Because good habits are the key to all success. The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine. Successful people do daily what unsuccessful people do occasionally. And we want you to be successful. Why 30 days? Because on average it takes 3-4 weeks to establish a new habit.

If you’re willing to make this commitment, please write the following on 3 little pieces of paper or sticky-notes.

“Starting _____________ (date), I commit to journal every day for the next 30 days to become a better steward with my Time, Talent, Treasure, and Temple (body).”

Then post these reminders in three of the most common places you visit nearly every day (e.g. the bathroom mirror, your computer, your desk, your refrigerator, your car).”

Also, let 3 family members and/or friends know about this commitment you have made. ACCOUNTABILITY is the password to your future.

Try not to miss a day. This will help you PACE YOURSELF.

If you do happen to miss a day, go back right away the next day and CATCH UP.

If you won’t make this commitment to invest this TIME in yourself, my coaching will be less effective – guaranteed.

To change or grow, your first step is to want to change. Your second step is to ask for and receive help. The third step is to follow through.

Let’s summarize. I’m asking you for a TIME COMMITMENT of just 15 minutes per day to change your LIFE.

My daily emails will lay out a STEP-BY-STEP PLAN for you to learn, reflect, and take small action steps.

By taking BABY STEPS, day after day, you’re much more likely to succeed, to keep moving forward and not give up. If you follow our plan, you will see fruit.

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.

Blessings to embrace this “30 Days To Breakthrough” journey!

Joseph PeckJoseph

Joseph Peck, M.D.
The Time Doctor
Empowering Dreams
Author, I Was Busy, Now I’m Not
www.empower2000.com

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2 Responses to “Day #0 Welcome to “30 Days to Breakthrough””

  1. Tony Hallman May 13, 2016 at 4:03 am #

    Where do I sign up?

  2. Dr. Joseph Peck June 4, 2016 at 9:12 am #

    Thank you Tony for your interest. To sign up for 30 Days to Breakthrough, go to http://30-days-to-breakthrough.com. Blessings! Joseph

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