30 DAYS AT 100 PERCENT: Changing Your Life 30 Days at a Time begs the question: How would your life be different if you were striving to live at 100%? The program challenges you to complete the sentence, I am 100 percent when in eight different areas of your life, and suggests that by focusing on changing only 1 or 2 things every 30 days, you can start to take your power back in month one, gain momentum in month two, and begin to achieve in month three by eliminating the excuses that keep us enslaved to mediocrity and a life half lived. 30 DAYS AT 100 PERCENT challenges you to identify and manage yourself to your own personal 100%, and insists that by eliminating bad habits, choosing to do something new, and refusing to take no for an answer from anyone, including YOURSELF, you can begin to achieve again, or for the first time in your life. Her theory? That by changing only one thing every 30 days, expecting God s power and favor in your life, and refusing to take no for an answer from anyone, including yourself, you can reclaim your power, reinvent yourself, and step into the life of your choosing. Furthermore, incorporating 30 DAYS AT 100 PERCENT into the lives of your children, gives the entire family a goal worthy of achieving.
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Crystal Wright has been called many things, most often she's called "Empowerment Diva" because she inspires and motivates others to take responsibility for their choices, leave their excuses at the door, take control of their lives and take their power back. She is a woman of unbounded energy who isn't afraid to expose her own frailties if it will help someone else change their lives in a positive way. Her friends call her a "game changer". Her new book 30 Days at 100 Percent challenges the reader to strive for excellence in eight different areas of their lives by tackling one thing every 30 days. Need help getting back into your own saddle? You're in the right place!Review:
Hi Crystal! I hope that all is well with you. I just wanted to say that I have been reading "30 Days at 100%" and it has been life changing. It has really forced me to re-evaluate my life, goals and ultimate purpose in order to move forward in a purposeful direction and my personal desires into God's will. I am so glad that it was placed on your heart to write the book, as it has been a fantastic tool for me. I have discussed it with my family, friends, colleagues, etc. and have encouraged others to identify and work on their 100%. My only challenge is that since I have been actively redefining my purpose and plan, I have new questions about the right steps to take in the industry. I hope that as I pray and complete the exercises in the book, that the steps will become more clear to me. It is interesting that while I figured reading the book would give me pointers, I didn't factor in the possibility that it would challenge my entire perspective. Thanks again and God Bless. --Kim --Personal Letter Received
Hello, Crystal! Ever since I heard your story about foregoing the apple martini, I took your advice on that one and I gave up the cosmopolitan in the evening. I didn't realize what was happening until that light bulb went off in your seminar in Chicago. Since then, I have been more productive and on point more-so than I have been in quite some time. I feel I am on a fast track, however, it's the right track. I feel good about it. Thank you Crystal Wright for you wit, wisdom, knowledge, recommendations and advise. And, for the 30 Days at 100%. This book has given me a breath of fresh air. I am gaining momentum on living a powerful, purposeful life. My Chicago trip was well worth it. You are worth it! --Angela Elliott | Makeup Artist |Washington, DC --Personal Letter Received
The idea of getting my life organized so that I lived everyday at 100 percent or at least on my way to 100 was inspiring to me, yet intimidating. Thats why it took almost a year before I acted on it. I put things off because they seemed unattainable with my schedule and resources. For 10 yrs I worked a corporate job. That commitment kept my dream of a life in film and TV out of reach. I didnt have the time or energy to cultivate my freelance business. When I finally quit my job I didnt have a single portfolio picture or an online presence. Plus, stress caused me to gain more than 40lbs. The detail in 30 Days was exactly what I needed to map out the specific direction I wanted to go in and the small tasks I could do to get me there. Starting with I am 100 percent when I have a clear understanding of my goals and how each activity is working toward them. I am 100 percent when I have the tools I need to conduct a freelance business including a portfolio, comp cards and a web presence. I am 100 percent when I can fit comfortably in a size 12 instead of my current size 16. I am 100 percent when I work everyday on cultivating family relationships including daily conversation and prayer. My career focus was building my freelance business. By the time I started 30 Days I had collaborated with photographers, but wasnt happy with my outcomes. Frustration with the process caused me to stop. Developing a plan helped me discover what I was doing wrong. After working on my plan, I improved the process which resulted in better images, which lead to me being published. I had the images I needed for comp cards and industry sites that offered exposure. Now decision-makers could see and hire me. I had an online portfolio and created a solid foundation. A year before I didnt know where to begin. My health focus was my weight. After 3 years of being over 200lbs, I began taking small steps to get my weight down. First, I decided to go to the park everyday for a walk. Notice I said "go" to the park. The beauty of this book is that, its okay to start your tasks small because you build on them. I only put the expectation on myself to go to the park everyday. I know me had I said, Do 2 miles at the park, it wouldnt get done every day. I figured that if I got up each morning and put my running clothes on, drank my protein drink and went to the park, I would probably decide to walk around a few times. If I didnt walk around, at least I wasnt chilling on my couch. To my surprise, before the first 30 days was over, I couldnt imagine getting up and not putting on walking clothes and going to the park. Sometimes I did 1 mile, sometimes 3, a few times 7 miles, and I was happy doing it. It was so easy, I felt guilty that I hadnt done it before. The next 30 days, I replaced my carb breakfast with eggs. Within 3 months, I had lost 20lbs and was fitting most of my size 12 clothes. I didnt talk to my son as often as I should. He moved out the moment he turned 18 to pursue a life of partying that he was sure I was keeping him from. As a result, I talked to him infrequently because his activities were destructive and breaking my heart. I didnt want to hear about it. Inside I knew his activities were all the more reason to talk to him regularly to provide stability even if he didnt want to hear it. It wasnt easy but I used 30 Days to remind me of the importance of reaching out to him and staying in touch. When I didnt talk to him, I prayed for him to keep a positive mental connection. It wasnt long before he accepted of my voice of reason. 30 Days helped me change my life and gain perspective on my goals. Im more organized when I see a clear path and more inspired when I see light at the end of the tunnel. Each set of goals achieved brings on a new and better set. I imagine using this book for the rest of my life. --Personal Letter Received
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Book Description Motivational Media Productions, 2011. Audio CD. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0964157284
Book Description Motivational Media Productions, 2011. Audio CD. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition edition. 5.50x4.90x0.40 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0964157284