The Day I Almost Skipped My Blog Post

I am an overachiever by all definitions of the word.

I want to win, be the best and have everyone stand in amazement at my grand accomplishments. Of course, when everyone is joining in unison with their applause I will stand humble as it just who I am.

Okay, so maybe the only applause I hear is in my head, but my head is a fun place to hangout sometimes.

Have you ever felt defeated? Like someone has kick-boxed you into oblivion and you are left wondering what happened?


To be honest, that’s how I felt in the days leading up to this post.

I’ve been busting my butt, trying to recruit new members to The 90 Day Year. I have written riveting emails, made calls to potential members and pimped out my social media to attract attention and earn sales. While the 90 Day Year is an affiliate program, it’s so much more than that to me. It’s a way of life.

Without Todd’s guidance through each 90 days of my business, I would be lost.
So, here I sit on day 4 of the 90 Day Year launch with zero sales. Not one.

I felt deflated. Confused.

  • Have I represented Todd well?
  • Have my emails not been compelling enough?
  • What more can I do?

And then I hit a wall.

I was supposed to write a blog post to once again inspire my audience to join me in the 90 Day Year program, but I wasn’t feeling it. I felt as though I didn’t have any words left. I almost didn’t write this.

Then I realized that just because people haven’t taken action today, doesn’t mean they won’t. I don’t want to have an opportunity pass you by simply because I didn’t present it to you one more time. I haven’t missed a blog post in over 2 years, so why start now?

Please allow me to be completely transparent with you…

I would not, could not run this business without Todd. Yes, I have my team (my amazing team!), but Todd has given me the tools I need to grow my business. You can try to hire other coaches, but you won’t find one that comes close the the quality you’ll receive with Todd.

Did I write this to beg?

No. (Maybe. No. The answer is definitely No!)

Did I write this so you would feel sorry for me?

Absolutely not.

Why did I write this?

Because you have until December 15th to make a decision. I don’t want you starting 2017 with regrets. I write this to encourage you to invest in yourself. If you don’t take your business seriously, no one else will.

So, now I’ll pose the question. Are you in or are you out?