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‎101 Three-Word Success Tips

A colleague of mine recently posted this in a New Year / New You accountability group on Facebook and I found it so simple and at the same time so powerful that I wanted to pay it forward.

‎101 Three-Word Success Tips 

1.Drink more water.
2.Watch less TV.
3.Action makes traction.
4.Try new things.
5.Hang in there.
6.Get better daily.
7.Begin with enthusiasm.
8.Finish with flair.
9.Celebrate small wins.
10.Eliminate wasted steps.
11.Aim higher sooner.
12.Never stop learning.

13.Start fresh today.
14.Write that letter.
15.Practice deep listening.
16.Pay yourself first.
17.Seize the day.
18.Cashflow is king.
19.Life is good.
20.Eat more vegetables.
21.Thank your Mom.

22.Make others shine.
23.Ask me anything.
24.Think WAY bigger.
25.Focus your energies.
26.Now beats later.
27.Tweet more often.
28.Zig don't zag.
29.Marketing comes first.
30.Hug your kids.
31.Content before commerce.
32.Never sell alone.
33.Don't get distracted.
34.Always ask "Why?"
35.Amp it up!
36.How doesn't matter.
37.Invite and engage.
38.You're already there.
39.Make silly faces.
40.Get off email.
41.See the sunrise.
42.Simplify, eliminate, outsource.
43.Kiss your dog.

44.Fascinate to dominate.
45.Write it down.
46.Keep on truckin'!
47.Love your clients.
48.Ask for help.
49.Value follows fee.
50.Never give up.
51.Decide, organize, act.
52.Sharpen your edge.
53.Lose some weight.
54.Hammer it out.
55.Doodle more often.
56.Drink hot coffee.
57.Expand your circles.
58.Consider crazy alternatives.
59.Chinese food rocks!
60.Use beautiful things.
61.Not so fast.
62.Get a massage.
63.Unlock, unblock, unleash
64.Go for no.
65.Blow 'em away.
66.More chocolate, please.
67.Fill your buckets.
68.Don't shy away.
69.Give more generously.
70.Don't be scared.
71.Freshen it up.
72.Go play outside.
73.Thank your heroes.
74.Respond, don't react.
75.Sing real loud.
76.Schedule "me" time.
77.Bake a cake.
78.Live the dream.
79.Invest in yourself.
80.Fall in love.
81.Seek the truth.
82.Avoid the obvious.
83.Laminate your kudos.
84.Birds gotta fly.
85.Fish gotta swim.
86.Potential ain't performance.
87.Relationships are perishable.
88.Kill your television.
89.Make that call.
90.Hire the weirdo.
91.Speak more honestly.
92.Track your progress.
93.Decisions drive momentum.
94.Take notes everywhere.
95.Look further ahead.
96.Stop playing small.
97.Sell the dream.
98.Deliver the goods.
99.Never shortchange yourself.
100.You're so ready.
101.DO IT. Now!

For those who want to dig deeper here is a great article; 50 Life Secrets


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