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question: how many years of failing to follow through on our new years resolutions does it take to realize that picking a single day to make drastic changes just doesn't work?


the fact is, the life we have in 1, 5 or 10 years is a result of every little decision we make between now and then.


so rather than set resolutions, we are having a new year's revolution. out with the old, in with the new. you don't have to be perfect, you just have to start making incremental small steps towards your goals.


you can either throw a hail mary and try to make a big change jan 1 (which may have passed by the time you read this), or make a small change today and build from there. chances are the better you feel, the more improvement you can make.


speaking of goals, "the most popular resolutions for 2023 were tied between improving physical heath (20%) and saving more money (20%). following were exercising more (19%), eating healthier (18%), being happy (17%), and losing weight (17%)." source: Discover Healthy Habits


what do these all have in common? they are all achievable and tied to the decisions we make on a daily basis. they also all become easier by improving foundational habits like nutrition, sleep, connecting with other people and moving our bodies.


now, if this year was a hard one, that's okay. you're not alone. getting back to basics, starting small and embracing the revolution might be the push you need to get back in the game. If you're in LA or Seattle (or plan to visit) join our WhatsApp Movement Club group here:


p.s. we just passed the 20k milestone on the wefunder equity crowdfund! watch here as brooks breaks down how a safenote works (spoiler: they convert to equity at the first priced round). he's currently running a marathon a day, and is on number 43. 


see you outside.