Timing and Planning

The First Step is Admitting You Have a Problem

We all have both strengths AND weaknesses. Some strengths are easier to brag about and some weaknesses are tougher to admit. I have a weakness that I’m not ashamed to admit.

“Hi, my name is Josh, … and I am not a morning person.”

“Hi Josh” says everyone else in the room.

[monkey jumps off back]

It’s Participation Time!!!

Take a minute to answer the 2 poll questions below and add a comment about your planning. What have you found that works to keep disciplined? Feel free to ask a question for me or another reader.

~ Climb 4 Real ~

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About wicoxfreedom

Husband, Father, Rock Climber, Entrepreneur, and much more.

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