I am loving the Daily Action Power Process 90 Day program that I created and have been personally working. I already know the power of daily action, I am the Action Advocate after all. However the combination of focus and action is amazing. There simply is nothing else like it.
But is 90 Days too long? Some people have been sharing their concerns with me that the 90 Day Program that I am launching is just too long. Of course my first question is “Compared to what?” The other point I would make is July 1 marks the end of half the year. Are you where you want to be? If you haven’t achieved what you wanted in the first half by doing what you have been doing, what makes you think you will achieve more continuing with the same program.
The risk you run here is that in 90 Days if you continue to do what you have been doing you will get exactly what you have gotten so far. That most likely isn’t what you want. However if you focus and take action and do the 90 Day Program you will change your life and accomplish the goals you set out to accomplish.
The point to make here is regardless of what you decide to do 90 Days is still going to pass. Time isn’t going to stop or even slow down. It will zip on by just like it did in the first half of the year.
There is a lot that will help you achieve your goals. Will power and determination can assist in making change. However if you don’t take consistent action over a period of time, it isn’t enough.
May people procrastinate when it comes to working on their gaols. This can be for a lot of reason, fear, low confidence, letting the “How” get in the way. Some of the excuses I have heard for not doing the 90 Day Power Process is that it is summer, their is a holiday, it’s too hot, bla, bla bla. What is so great about the 90 Day Power Process is it will help you build momentum and once you get the momentum going the rest such as abundance and prosperity will follow.
So why 90 Days? Actually the concept of 90 Days came to me after I read my friend Ron Chapman’s book, Seeing True – Ninety Contemplations in Ninety Days.” In the book Ron explains that the 90 day concept came out of his Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) days. When a person decides to go sober they are required to attend 90 AA meetings in 90 days. The thought is that 90 days will create a solid habit and lead to a life of sobriety. I find that the 90 days helps to keep the focus and the momentum so that the change can take place. It is also easier to keep going than it is to start or restart. The 90 Days keeps the ball rolling and actually helps to make achieving the goal easier. Change doesn’t happen over night, it happens over time. This process isn’t a quick fix, it is designed to create a habit that will support you in attaining your goals.
To me 90 Days is just the start – it is the beginning of the process. So to answer the question, No ninety days isn’t too long. It is just right!
If you would like to join me in my first ever Daily Action Power Process Summer Camp click here and sign up. At the end of the ninety days you will be glad you did.
Here’s to taking action,