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Own the day, because it’s in the day, that life actually happens.

There’s no point trying to get your life in order
If you can’t first get your day in order.

The day is natures unit of measure
And each day is made up of a series of moments
And it’s in these moments that you begin to chart your course –

This is where you need to make your mark.
In each and every moment, in each and every day.

There’s no point projecting into the future or dwelling on the past
When the unfolding happens right here, right now
Right in front of you
So your focus attention here, without losing sight of the horizon over there.

Think big, but always act small.
Because if you can conquer your day, you will conquer your life.

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