Drilling Down on The BOOM 28-Day Boot Camp: Day 10

Speaker and Amazon bestselling author Jeff Yalden has been laying out daily, actionable messages in his brand-new workbook, The BOOM 28 Day Boot Camp: Creating a Life of Success. Find Motivation. Crush Goals. Overcome Obstacles. Live with Purpose.

BOOM 28 DAY BOOT CAMP

Jeff has promised that your life will change if you put the principles to work every single day.

But you must be willing to put in the work.

This 28-Day Boot Camp the perfect companion to Jeff’s Amazon bestseller, BOOM! One Word to Inspire Action, Deliver Rewards, and Positively Affect Your Life Every Day.

It’s time to execute on Day 10:

NO EXCUSES! GET IT DONE!

Yalden spoke to us in this episode of The BOOM Podcast from his rental car on a three-hour drive to Maine. The previous day was, let’s just say, less than stellar by any means.

“Yesterday I had a bad day, but when I say, ‘no excuses – you’ve got to get it done,’ I can’t continue to live in what happened yesterday,” he said. “I can’t continue letting yesterday affect me.”

Jeff said he had to get his mind right and realize that today is a new day.

“It’s a new opportunity. It’s new students. It’s new teachers. It’s new parents. Here I am north of Portland, Maine. No excuses. Let it go. Move forward.”

If you have done the work and gone through Day One through Day Nine, you might be arriving at Day 10 feeling a little bit overwhelmed.

“There is so much on your plate. You’ve got the bills. You’ve got friends, sports – your marriage – you’ve got your job. You’ve got this, you’ve got that.  I’m no different from you. Everybody else has the same responsibilities. But the bottom line is: Let’s stop making excuses. We have to get it done.”

This is not about perfection. It’s about progress, according to Yalden.

“Every single day, we are trying to make today better than it was yesterday. We are trying to make tomorrow better than today.”

Do you have to create more time in your day?

“If it’s important to you, you will maybe get up a little bit earlier. If it’s important to you, you will really focus on your tasks and your time management. If it’s important to you, then you will make it happen.”

Is your plan important enough to you to say no to something else?  No to going out to dinner? No to spending so much time on social media platforms?

“If it’s important to you, you will find the time,” Yalden said. “You will make the time.”

If you make the time now to focus on your plan, you will have time to enjoy the fruits of your efforts later.

Yalden is a big believer in the magic of the acronym, WIN, or What’s Important Now.

“For me, WIN is that I let yesterday be yesterday. I get my head right, because I have a new day. Maybe that’s similar to you as well. Maybe you didn’t have such a great day yesterday, but you woke up this morning – you washed your face, brushed your teeth and did your dance – and you went out and kicked it, just like I have to do – and just like all of our friends and family have to do.

We are not victims. We are victors. We are not to be bitter and angry. We are to choose every day to become better.”

No Excuses!

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Author:Roger Yale

Roger Yale is a longtime contributor to McClatchy Newspapers’ The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, focusing on stories about the people who make the Grand Strand awesome, including teen motivational speaker Jeff Yalden. He was voted Story of the Year winner four times by readers of The Sun News’ sister publication, Weekly Surge. Roger is the parent of adult twins. His son is a United States Marine and his daughter is currently involved in marketing for Broadway productions in New York City. He spent many years as a single father, and he believes that the experience was something to relish – and the bond he forged with his twins remains strong. Roger is also a working musician. For more about Roger, visit his blog: www.rogeryale.wordpress.com

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