Define My Day Blog

Our 9/11 Request…

There has been a meme going around about missing Sept 12th. That was a day we were all Americans united by tragedy. Motivated by pain we came together to fight a common enemy and help those suffering. Then, that motivation faded as it always does and we find ourselves...

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Keep Using Weak Words

Keep Using Weak Words

A few years back, I was having an informal coffee with, by all accounts, a very successful man. He had built a local car dealership empire and had now passed it along to his children. It's an inspiring story of hard work, self-discipline, and personal growth. As we...

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Start Your Day With Intention

Recently, a few Define My Day users started a book club in the user group. After some discussion, they ended up choosing The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod. So far, they are about 6 chapters in and, after watching their discussion, I decided to go back and listen to the...

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Focus on the Point that Matters

Recently, we reposted a Fast Company article with the title "Hollywood divided on whether Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin will ever work again". We asked the question, "How does doing something wrong turn into being ostracized and never working again?" A LOT of...

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Experimenting With My Ideal Day

I've been experimenting with my Ideal Day. Specifically, I've been trying to get more sleep by sleeping in longer to see if I felt better. It hasn't worked and I think it has to do with my chronotype... my natural sleep cycle. My Morning Experiment Daniel Pink...

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Priorities and Pressure

A common problem many people have when starting Define My Day is determining what is truly a priority. It may feel overwhelming or that EVERYTHING is a priority. It can be very hard to sort through the noise in the beginning. That's ok. It's a learning process. You...

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Begin A Positive Change

Now is the time to make a positive change. That seems so cliche right? Isn't now always the time to make a positive change? Ok. Let's start again... This time of year, most people begin to focus on what went wrong over the past year. They vow to change, make...

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Each Define My Day is 4 Weeks

We receive a lot of questions about why Define My Day is only 28 days and not 31. You may have had that one yourself. Here's the answer... We don't want you to schedule your life around a calendar! Define My Day is a guide to live life, not a schedule. We want you to...

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Be Stronger Than Hate

Words matter. The words we speak to ourselves matter. The words we speak to others matter. The words we repeat matter.

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Define your days to define your life.