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Monday Minute--Leadership Thought (Need a Day Off?)

Here’s the deal, it’s okay to skip a day - but don’t skip two.

Once a habit is solidly ingrained in your routine, you’ll be able to take a few days off then jump back on the horse. But in the beginning, you’ve got to be sure to skip no more than a day at a time.

Just like an athlete, you’re training for something too, a lifestyle shift that can change your life for the better.

Once you miss a day, all alarms should go off to make sure you don’t miss that second day. If you can, double down on day two, then don’t let yourself slip up again!

Today’s challenge is to come up with a plan for what to do IF you must skip a day.

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