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Back to the Basics

Maybe you got off to a great start on your goals. Your mind was clear and you were taking action. The dreaded wall to your success has set in and you can’t seem to get going again. Frustration levels are running high. Everything you try just doesn’t seem to work. What once seemed so clear has left you in a place of confusion. It’s time to get back to the basic fundamentals that are going to propel you to success. There are only a few key things that make all the difference in the world.

“You can practice shooting eight hours a day, but if your technique is wrong, then all you become is very good at shooting the wrong way. Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.”

Hard work is essential to hitting all of your goals. You have to work at the right things to get the right result. Its time to go back to your goals and identify the key fundamentals that you need to do on a daily basis to create the results you are looking for. It’s not too late to finish the year with great results. Get back to the basics and simplify your process. Click on the link below to my 9-step process to help you hit your goals this year.

To great success,

P.S.If you want to lock arms and join me on this journey please register for the website. I look forward to seeing your success!

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Todd Stottlemyre


Relentless Success unfolds the process that will change your life forever. No person, thing or circumstance will ever hold you back again. Never again will you lack the knowledge to accomplish your goals. When you marry your work ethic to this success process is the day you will discover the champion that lives inside of you. Nothing is impossible, it just hasn’t been done yet. Subscribe to keep up with the latest blog posts that will guide you towards relentless success.


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