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About the Book:
Feeling like the days are a grind and you’re simply putting in the time from one day to the next?
I believe we all can identify. I know I can.
The key is if we respond. That’s what Making the Miles Count is about….how we can respond and make the days count.
Step out of the daily grind for 10 minutes a day for 21 days, and be inspired and equipped to live at the highest level and fulfill your true potential!
Who is Making the Miles Count for?
Written for those with a hunger for more. For those with a restlessness and a fire inside to make a difference in the world. For those who want more meaning and purpose in their daily life.
To the dreamers, the creatives, those who think “outside the box,” and to those who want more than the “daily grind.” This is for you!
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The book is based on my 2 life core values:
- Add value
- Be uncommon
You’ll hear more about these within the material but, in short, you’ll live a life beyond the daily grind if you are focused on these 2 things.
Adding value is a life that gives, and being uncommon is choosing to operate differently than the masses do. It’s critical to a richer life. A life that is richer in relationships, influence, and positive impact.
More on Making the Miles Count Devotional Book
This book is divided into three sections: Inner, Upper, and Outer. The “Inner” section focuses on your identity and self understanding. “Upper” helps you reflect on your purpose for being here on earth, and “Outer” digs into how you interact with others and the world.
Each day has a story, a key lesson, “Actionables”, a reflection, a short Bible reading, and a “Final Word” reminder. It’s short, sweet, impactful, and doable!
As an avid distance runner and triathlete, I know there are a lot of training days compared to racing days…but the training days really matter. I cannot compete well if I don’t train or am lackadaisical with my training. I need to make the miles count.
So it is with our lives. It’s about keeping your eyes on the bigger picture, setting your trajectory to get there, and then making the individual days count. I’m not writing this because, “I’ve arrived.” I’m on this journey too. I need to make choices each day.
If we focus on the bigger picture and making the days count, we can rise above the grind and find value and meaning in the days. In fact, we can live an epic life that is full of adventure and positive impact right in your own home and community!
Ready to rise above with me?