Year End Wrap-Up (7 Lessons From 2018)
(#269) In the final episode of 2018, I’ll share 7 key lessons as I look back and reflect on the past year.
These “life lessons” are the big things that came to my mind as sat down to review the past. I believe these lessons can be useful for any listener to get set for an amazing year ahead.
I also took some time to thank everyone that has been a part of the podcast in the last year – including YOU, the listener.
Thank you for listening and being a part of this show and our community.
We look forward to an even better year ahead!
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KEY ACTIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:
- Listen to the 7 lessons I share in the episode
- Consider which lessons can be most useful for you this year
- Take out a blank piece of paper and write down your own top 5-7 lessons from last year
- What “pops” your head when you think about major lessons
- How can you use this information in the year ahead?
- The 12 Week Year
- Extreme Ownership
- Fitness Sucks (article by Tucson Strength)
- Quench Your Own Thirst
DID YOU GET YOUR MOBILITY FIX?
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