Day 28 Im dying my total days 13625

29 01 2013

Today was one of the weird days in Texas weather. I was driving with windows down and the wind-blown trough my scalp ( I have no hair) , then it started raining and the wind was blowing like the Wizard of OZ and I just turned my heater on a bot ago. Love Texas Weather.

I also got reprimanded for speaking about my ex here on the blog so I won’t be talking about her life and how it affects anything with me anymore.

I told all of you I was going to make amends,say I m sorry and tell people what they meant to me. I had another incredible lunch today with someone who today that I believe if I wouldn’t pushed her out of my life I would be married to her today. She was amazing and I treated her very badly but the apology was accepted very graciously. If I would just allowed people to love me I would have been a lot happier in my life. You know who you are and thank you!!

I m going to my first meetup tonight in Arlington. Wish me luck because I have no idea what this is, what to expect. At least I can tell someone new that doesn’t me all my dumb  my jokes

I’m dying and so are you I have lived 13625 Days: 20000 Days and Counting maybe one of the best books I have every read. Each chapter is 3 pages and is packed with life alternating information.  as I have said many times get busy living or get busy dying. Read the book and this will make sense. Sorry for being so dramatic.

Here are other people’s thoughts:

“I never trust anyone who claims to have all the right answers. But someone who can help me figure out all the right questions? That guy is gold. And that’s what Robert D. Smith delivers in 20,000 Days and Counting.”

— Dave Ramsey | New York Times Best-Selling Author and Nationally Syndicated Radio Host


“Inside these pages is a crash course in making the most of this adventure called ‘life.’ It’s simple, powerful, and perfectly reflects my neighbor in Nashville who always has a fresh way to look at any challenge I’m facing.”

— Jon Acuff | Wall Street Journal Best-Selling Author of Quitter: Closing the Gap Between Your Day Job & Your Dream Job


“Everything you need to know in order to create a basis for where you want to be is here in this book.”

— Andy Andrews, New York Times best-selling author of How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, The Noticer, & The Traveler’s Gift


“It’s no accident that this little book found its way into your hands. Don’t underestimate it. It will change forever how you think about your life. Read it. Absorb it. Live it!”

— Michael Hyatt | New York Times Best-Selling Author, Former CEO, Thomas Nelson Publishers


“When you’re pursuing a dream, it’s easy to be intimidated by “what you don’t know,” but Robert’s book provides practical steps on how to use “what you do know” to make your dream a reality! The principles in 20,000 Days And Counting are life changing!”

— Don Moen | Dove-Award Winning Artist, Songwriter, Musician, Producer


“Few people can hug your neck and kick you in the behind at the same time; Robert D. Smith is one! If you want the truth and nothing but the truth about making your life count, you want…no, you need this book now! This man gets it, and shares it powerfully with your best interests at heart. Things are about to change for the better in your life!”

— Rick Loy | Sales VP, AdvoCare International


“This book will make you passionate, excited, and utterly crazy about your life and the potential you possess. Be warned—people might stare!”

— Patsy Clairmont | Speaker, Author of Stained Glass Hearts


“20,000 Days and Counting captures the wisdom of the ages regarding how to live life on purpose.”

— Mark Miller | Vice President of Training and Development, Chick-fil-A


“This book will inspire readers young and old to approach their lives with enthusiasm and make every day count.”

— Carol Nygren | EVP & Managing Director, Women of Faith


“20,000 Days and Counting is as genuine as they come. Before writing the material, Robert D. Smith lived it.”

— Joseph G. Lake | Co-Founder, Children’s Miracle Network Hospital


“TheRobertD has unique and unprecedented wisdom that has made him the great accelerant to countless high-powered careers. In 20,000 Days and Counting he generously and abundantly gives you the inspiring principles to catalyze your next success. Who cares if you reach your goals? This book will guarantee you fulfill your life’s purpose.”

— Rory Vaden | Cofounder Southwestern Consulting, New York Times Best-Selling Author of Take the Stairs


“After reading 20,000 Days and Counting, you’ll get more out of your next 24 hours than you did out of your previous month.”

— Duane Ward | Founder/CEO Premiere International, LLC, Franklin, TN

Of all the principles shared the one that jumped out at me most was `Motivation is a myth.’ The author says:

“Believe me. You cannot motivate people to do any one thing. Even yourself. Never try to motivate yourself or anyone else to increase productivity. Instead, do the opposite: Increase your productivity, then the motivation will follow.

I reflected on my own experiences and could see the truth in this. My attempts at motivation in itself have often been very short-lived to downright failures. However, whenever I did just set my mind to it and accomplish a task, I found I was more likely to feel satisfied and attempt another.



2 responses

29 01 2013

It’s your blog…write about what you want, even if its about the ex…

6 02 2013

“Day 28 Im dying my total days 13625 My New Life” truly
causes me personally contemplate a little
bit extra. I really appreciated each and every individual component of it.

Thanks for your effort ,Stewart

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