Dailey Mail 3/10/13

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Sun 3/10/13

Hey SLEEPY Sunday FUNday fans!

We may have lost an hour of sleep last night, but it’s worth it to have a beautiful spring-like day with an extra hour of daylight today! (Here in Greensboro at least!) I hope I’m not the only one taking advantage of it! Get outside! Take in some fresh air, sunshine, & PLAY! Tomorrow is the start of a brand new week loaded with opportunity to GET BETTER. Where will YOU instigate improvement?

The “W.O.W (word of the week) is DISCIPLINE! Like it or not, DISCIPLINE is the root of success in ANY aspect of life. Ask any highly successful individual how they reached the top, and there is no doubt that DISCIPLINE will be mentioned. Jim Rohn says it best with this quote: “DISCIPLINE is the bridge between goals and accomplishment”. Why can some people reach one goal after another while others “babysit” the same ones indefinitely? It’s simple, DISCIPLINE. This week, put DISCIPLINE into action. Don’t just set goals, ACCOMPLISH them!

The Dailey CHALLENGE: GIVE UP ONE BAD HABIT THIS WEEK! Just for one week, can you give up a bad habit-a vice if you will-that might be keeping you from reaching your biggest health & fitness goal? Give up your daily Latte, the potato chips with lunch, that afternoon “pick me up” sugary snack, booze, etc. I know, Lent is not over yet, and you have already vowed to give up something precious to you…but what would it hurt to add ONE more thing, for just one week? You might be surprised at the result! Give it a try! What do you have to lose?


*The Friday 9:30am class will be meeting at 9:00am for a one-time time adjustment! More reminders to come, but if this is a class you regularly attend, please make note of it on your calendar so you don’t miss it!

* Tomorrow we will get a jump start on the day with a 6am FUNCTIONAL FITNESS class…followed by 9:30 & 6pm too! Let me know which class YOU will be attending!

Let’s CRUSH GOALS this week!!


p.s. your Dailey thought…

“It was character that got us out of bed, commitment that moved us into action, and DISCIPLINE that enabled us to follow through.” ~Zig Ziglar