Tuesday Messages & Gifts (Free)
Previous discussions have been on how success comes before passion, whether willpower or motivation is more effective, how a slight perspective shift can crush discouragement, and the secret to building multiple habits at once.
Don’t miss this Tuesday’s message! It’s a bad idea.
If this interests you at all, there’s no need to hesitate because there’s no risk. It’s all free, I never spam subscribers or let anyone see their email address, and you can unsubscribe faster than Usain Bolt runs 100 meters (9.58 seconds). But people tend to stick around for good reason – I only send excellent content.
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This has become more of an email-based platform. Subscribers get content each Tuesday, while the blog is only sporadically updated.
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1. The First Chapter of Mini Habits: My acclaimed book has sold 120,000 copies in 14 languages. If you join my newsletter, you’ll get to read the first chapter for free.
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I always look forward to Tuesdays.
Completely brilliant! Really needed this.
Your messages are very good. I benefit from them every time.
Thanks so much for your emails. They are consistently interesting as well as uplifting and helpful.
Hi there, just reminding you to never end these wonderful emails. They truly inspire me and many others. Thanks!
I always look forward to your posts! They are so so relevant to my life and really keep me going.
Thank you, Stephen! This one hit home for me.