When something happens that so deeply triggers your emotions that it touches the core of your beliefs effecting everything around you, it requires a response that is even more profound. That response is the foundation of the It’s One O’clock strategy.
When It’s One O’clock in your life you know the break is over. It’s like when you go to lunch around noon and at 1:00pm no matter how much fun you’re having, or how you feel about your job, you still go back to work because it’s 1:00 and lunch is over.
A One O’clock decision is a response to a triggering event that catapults you in a new direction. It resonates to the core or your beliefs and creates a new resolve to do something different – something smart and powerful. It makes you do things that other people would never do. It uncovers abilities hidden deep inside of you and brings them to the forefront of your life. It changes you forever.
In my new book, It’s One O’clock – How to Make Smart Powerful Decisions in Tough Situations, you will read details about experiences that required It’s One O’clock decisions. You will learn how to take Power Steps to help you move forward as you Reset, Reload, and Revive. Most of all, you will learn to experience emotions while continuing to move forward and thrive.
Are you ready to take some Power Steps to move forward and respond to every challenging situation that is happening in your life? If so, It’s One O’clock – How to Make Smart Powerful Decisions in Tough Situations will show you how.
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“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard,
Nor have entered into the heart of man
The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.”
(1 Corinthians 2:9)