Author Daniel Pink (When) says there are 86 days in the year when you can make a fresh start.
The first day of the month (twelve)
The first day of spring, summer, fall, and winter (four)
Your country’s Independence Day or the equivalent (one)
The day of an important religious holiday—for example, Easter, Rosh Hashanah, Eid al-Fitr (one)
Your birthday (one)
A loved one’s birthday (one)
The first day of school or the first day of a semester (two)
The first day of a new job (one)
The day after graduation (one)
The first day and back from vacation (two)
The anniversary of your wedding, first date, or divorce (three)
The anniversary of the day you started your job, the day you became a citizen, the day you adopted your dog or cat, the day you graduated from school or university (four)
The day you finish his book (one).
When things are going poorly, you can always start over.
A fresh start completely changes the dynamic of a bad day.
Too often we waste time trying to salvage what really can’t or shouldn’t be saved.
Start over anytime – that’s the winning formula.
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