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Accomplished: Making Success A Habit.


This is the sweet taste of victory. Everyone loves being a winner. You love being a winner and I love being a winner. And having it happen on repeat will help you develop your growth mindset.

That is why this is the “A” and 4th action in my G.R.E.A.T. principle towards your self-improvement. From moving from just being "good" to being "Great".

It’s important to set yourself up with goals for the day, week, month, or even year as they are the targets that give you direction on where you need to hit. And the sooner you complete them, the sooner you feel accomplished.

That, in turn, will make you more productive at work, a better spouse, and a more active parent.

Start with 3 small victories for the day- if you have more than 3, you may feel rushed and could struggle to get anything done, plus it will limit the rewarding feeling of accomplishing a task. Build up your momentum by making what you have to do really easy to complete.

Some easy ways you can start stacking some W’s (as my friend Coach Chuck would say) are to:

  • - Make your bed

  • - Unload the dishwasher

  • - Write 1 piece of content

  • - Learn 1 new fact

  • - Read 1 page of any book

  • - Write 1 thank you note and send it out

  • - Have your dinner plans already created for your family

  • - Ask a question or answer feedback from a coach

  • - Go for a 10-minute walk

While these are some suggestions, any activity that makes you a more Proactive person rather than a Reactive person fits the mold here. It’s up to you to identify these behaviors and habits proactively and knock them out.

Once you get the hang of this, then you can attach more progressive tasks to the goals you are already accomplishing. For example:

  • -Make your bed-> Make the kids' bed as well

  • - Unload the dishwasher-> Place the kid's breakfast bowls and plates in the empty dishwasher

  • - Write 1 piece of content-> Choose when you want to share your content

You can add to the already easy tasks that you are accomplishing consistently by making it slightly more challenging without much effort. This will promote productivity, you’ll feel great satisfaction, and you’ll be better fit to take on and win the day.

If you are interested, there are 3 ways you can get in touch or work with me so we can help you engage your body to be the best it can be and take on the day:

1. Work with me 1-on-1.

If you have some issues and you want my direct input and guidance, just reply to this "Hey Coach" and tell me what you're struggling with or by scheduling a Strategy Session with me below. It's that simple.

2. Join my FREE Facebook group.

We all need support. So why not jump into a motivated community of like-minded fathers to build CONSISTENCY with the habits that you want to instill to reach your goals, led by Yours Truly? This isn't for everyone- To qualify you must: 1. Be a Dad

2. Share with me what your goals are 3. Agree to be disciplined for the next 14 days

4. Tell me your best "Dad Joke" If I feel like it's a good fit for you, you'll be accepted to the Facebook Group "The Disciplined Dad Experiment" where you can participate in my brand new 14-day challenge to get a head start in chasing your goals. You won't run the race alone- we will run it together and support each other along the way.

I'll be there every day to give you everything you need to succeed - Meal plans, Tips, Motivation, Accountability, and Support. Iron sharpens Iron so as one man sharpens another (Proverbs 27:17). Let's stop trying to figure out and fix everything on our own- Let's win together.

If you are interested in being a part of The Disciplined Dad Experiment, reply to this with the word "Discipline" and I'll fill you in on the details and schedule your call.

3. Local to Baltimore? Then reach out! It's pretty simple: shoot me an email at saying where you are located and I'll reach back out and tell you the next steps on when and where we can connect.

Many people wish they started sooner. Almost nobody wished they started later. Book your appointment now so you can start becoming the change you want to be. For my fellow Fathers who dare to get better, Coach Ryan Collins


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