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99 days left of 2017

as of yesterday. The clock is ticking

Razer sharp focus on the end goal, that's all that matters and everything you do will move towards the same target

What has changed for me
Started following Gary Vee in past couple of weeks and he gives me such a daily boost and reminder to keep hustling.  Saw a note 2 days back about there being only 100 days left in 2017 and it served as a wake-up call to me that I have no time to waste.

Back to the beginning of 2017
I left the corporate world of fixed hours|paid employment in Jan 2017 because I believed I could achieve financial and professional goals on my own terms and also have the luxury of flexibility and time to focus on new and interesting stuff like blockchain.

I was convinced that Complacency and Comfort stifles creativity and potential so I deliberately chose to make myself uncomfortable.  The discomfort would drive me to look for solutions and spurn innovation and creativity, I thought.

And for a while it did. 

I hustled from 7am to midnight everyday, Mon to Sun dabbling in a million new things.  I kept pushing myself till I got so tired and somewhere along the journey, I lost focus of the end goal.

So I slipped back into my comfort zone.  I convinced myself that there were other activities like resting, reading and networking which had priorities over hustling.
The slowdown in hustling was detrimental to whatever little success I have built.

Now I feel like I have to start from further behind the start line than beginning of 2017.

The plan
I will not live out the remaining 98 days (to be exact) in vain.
I have planned out my next 8 weeks and set targets for each day and week.
At the end of the 8 weeks, I have a break from my routine for up to 4 weeks that I am very worried about.  I will be away from my usual activities and I think to have a plan to work remotely before that.
I am determined to get back on my feet hence I started writing. 
Writing down my goals and making it public is another way to hold myself accountable.

Call to Action
~How do you intend to spend the next 98 days in 2017?
~Are there specific goals you want to achieve by 31 December 2017?
~Write down your goals and your action plan.  As I track my progress on a daily to weekly basis, you should too.  Leave them in the comments and let’s revisit and track our goals together

End Goal
I want to close out my 2017 with a champagne celebrating all I have achieved and charging into 2018 to do even more

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