Day 16: The Most Important Message You Can Share

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What is the most important message you can share with your audience? The answer is the one that you carefully craft, nurture, and foster year after year.
Food

Food:

Breakfast:
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
Morning:
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
Lunch:
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
Afternoon:
  • Fasting – No Food, Water Only
Dinner:
  • Tossed Green Salad, tomatoes, carrots, zucchini squash, mushrooms, spinach
  • Banana
  • 2 oz bag of trail mix
Evening:
  • McChicken Sandwich – Dollar Menu, McDonalds
  • Large Fries – McDonalds
Challenges

Business:

  • I was really productive creating two courses today. One on how to create landing pages and the other on how to create an “about us” page for one’s website.
Challenges

Challenges:

My challenge today was in dealing with my husband. His father passed away earlier this morning, and he’s been processing a wave of emotions all day. My goal is to be there for him and support him through this difficult time. There is only one time ever you will lose a parent. Make sure when that time is for you (if you still have living parents) that your unresolved issues are resolved before it is too late.

Relationships

Relationships:

Showing up to the Gym was SUPER difficult since I stayed up way too late last night. When I got to the gym I saw my new friends and explained how I’m using them as my accountability partners. They said I was their accountability partner – so we all lifted each other up in encouragement.

Business Progress

Progress:

I lost another pound today on my journey to losing 40 lbs of menopause weight. Since the “reboot” of my life, a few weeks ago (today is day 16, I’ve lost a total of 16 lbs.) So, it looks like I may meet my goal by the end of the year.

The Most Important Message You Can Share

What is the most important message you can share with your audience? The answer is the one that you carefully craft, nurture, and foster year after year. If you are unclear of the message you are telling the world – the message they receive will also be unclear.
If you were to write your own eulogy, not your obituary which is usually a paragraph long, but your eulogy, which typically lasts five to eight minutes, what would you want the world to know about you?
What would you want them to remember? What is the most important message you can share?

Today’s Most Important Message Assignment

The goal for today is to write that eulogy, and then put it on your “about us” page on your website. This is who you are, and how the world will see you when they visit your website.
Based on what it says, these are the consistencies they will look for when doing business with you, following you, or believing in you.
As a content creator, you get to write the script about the message or the legacy you leave behind.

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Recommended Resources:
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Website Optimization: Why 95% of Your Website Visitors Don’t Buy, and What You Can Do About it
Building Websites All-in-One For Dummies
Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People (Voices That Matter)
Daily Progress
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My Journey Back

Today’s Body:

Sleep

Sleep: 

4.00 Hours | Min
Hydration

Hydration:

112 oz.
Zone

Zone:

70
Steps

Steps:

9,687
Calories In

Calories:

0
Calories Burned

Cal Burned:

2,155
Weight

Weight:

146 lbs
Fasting

Fasting:

22.20 Hours | Min
Moods

Moods:

My mood is thoughtful, neutral, and neither ecstatic nor depressed. I’m just working through some personal issues as we say goodbye to Pat’s Dad.

Workout

Workout:

Swimming

  • 250 yards lap swimming warm-up
  • 15 min underwater kick – 45/15 intervals
  • 15 min underwater aerobics 45/15 – high knees, arm/back
  • 15 min water pull with drag gloves
  • 250 yards lap swimming warm down
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