Winning Your “Third Third”

Written On: September 1, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

Written On: September 1, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

Welcome to the “Third Third” of 2020!

We’ve been behind the scenes making lots of “upgrades” to our business, our offerings, our messaging and our commitment to making sure that you, as a human being, have access to the best resources possible to help you build and maintain positive momentum in any climate.

That’s really what this week’s video is all about.

It’s a bit of an overview for what it’s going to take to win these last four months of 2020, and more importantly, has two tips for improving your mental approach to any adversity you might face.

Enjoy, and let us know in the comments what you are choosing to acknowledge.

 

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5 Comments

  1. Sandi Kidd

    This was a good video to watch. There are so many people that need to hear this right now.

    Reply
    • Robb Zbierski

      Thanks, Sandi! Feel free to share it with them!!!

      Reply
  2. Will Comerford

    Thanks Roger and team. These are three important stepping stones to move forward.
    I plan to share with my team on Thursday.

    Reply
    • Robb Zbierski

      Awesome! Definitely let us know how that conversation goes!

      Reply
  3. Diane Dillett

    Hi Roger,
    Great talk for this time. No more waiting–we do not know how long it will last and what changes lie ahead. Do what you can with what you have–now! Meanwhile, observe and learn.

    Reply

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5 Comments

  1. Sandi Kidd

    This was a good video to watch. There are so many people that need to hear this right now.

    Reply
    • Robb Zbierski

      Thanks, Sandi! Feel free to share it with them!!!

      Reply
  2. Will Comerford

    Thanks Roger and team. These are three important stepping stones to move forward.
    I plan to share with my team on Thursday.

    Reply
    • Robb Zbierski

      Awesome! Definitely let us know how that conversation goes!

      Reply
  3. Diane Dillett

    Hi Roger,
    Great talk for this time. No more waiting–we do not know how long it will last and what changes lie ahead. Do what you can with what you have–now! Meanwhile, observe and learn.

    Reply

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