/ DO A DAY
Do a Day is the best-selling book I wrote to share the philosophy I used to change my life and achieve all I hoped and still hope to achieve. Learn what the approach is, how it can help with so many different situations and goals, and how to apply it to your life.
People don’t change. Lives do. Do a Day is how you can change your life.
/ 50 75 100
Bryan’s second book, The 50 75 100 Solution, is being written right now, and is focused on helping you solve dysfunction in all relationships you face in life, whether with your significant other, coworkers, friends, family or others. The 50 75 100 Solution should be out in early 2019, so be sure to sign up for updates.
“A fresh perspective on how to live a better, happier and more positive life.”
This book provides practical steps that can be applied to anyone at any aspect of life. It doesn't have any short term gimmicks but a fresh perspective on how to live a better, happier and more positive life. One of the ways it has helped is to not allow the hardships in the workplace to spew into other aspects of my life or allow them drag out longer than they need to. But rather, leave them in their "respective Day" and still be able to enjoy life and be successful tomorrow! It's an easy read so I recommend it to anyone!
“I feel equipped to Do the Day tomorrow successfully”
Personal and professional goals often feel so daunting because we set such far off and lofty ambitions for ourselves. As great as it is to reach for the stars, it becomes stressful and demoralizing. For me, that stress takes over and distracts from the original purpose.
Reading Bryan's book is like chatting with an old friend and trusted mentor. He is a friend who is open, honest, and inspirational because he is authentically engaged in reaching the same lofty goals himself. I was blown away by Bryan's candor and willingness to share such challenging experiences in his life. It made me more willing and able to talk with myself and with those I love about my own personal and professional goals: I would like to healthily lose another 20lbs, I would like to improve my impact at work, I would like to limit myself to two drinks a week, and I would like to strive to be an even better loving husband.
Will I do all of these things perfectly tomorrow? Probably not. But thanks to Bryan's story, his honesty, and most importantly his Do a Day method, I feel equipped to Do the Day tomorrow successfully with his steps as my guide. And I will do it with a lot less stress knowing that if I don't do everything perfectly I can return to Bryan's book and his stories to find the inspiration and methods to Do a Day again the next day.
“You get help putting it into action for your life.”
This book is so helpful for anyone who faces challenges in life – and who doesn't? You learn an approach to deal with the tough things we all face or to go after your goals and dreams. Then you get help putting it into action for your life.
“A fantastically simple approach to achieving what you want.”
Do a Day is a fantastically simple approach to taking hold of your life and achieving what you want. Bryan builds off his own experiences, often bravely shared, laying out in a very clear manner how any challenge in life, taken step-by-step becomes so much easier than confronting it as a whole.
Whether it's the traditional challenge of losing weight, more profoundly changing how you live you life, or overcoming a sudden obstacle, Bryan's philosophy that you can Do anything for a Day is as impactful as it is obvious. Grab this book, follow Bryan's journey, apply the approach in your life, and see the change you are aiming for. As Bryan wraps up his text... "You can wake up and Do it"!
“An important message on how to enhance your life!”
I had little prior knowledge of the 'Do A Day' philosophy so went into this with an open mind. Having read many books encompassing similar concepts I was curious to see what new nuggets of wisdom unfolded. What I found what an honest, heartfelt and inspirational message written by a man that not only knows his stuff but has lived and breathed the philosophy and used the tools in a range of areas to enhance his life with transformational results.
I was impressed with how this book offers practical guidance and personal examples that can be applied to everyone, whoever they are and in different ways.
This book oozes passion and an important message on how to enhance your life. A very good, thought provoking read.
“A really great read at any stage of your life.”
What I love most about this book, and Bryan's approach, is that it applies to anyone and everyone. Whether you're trying to exercise more, eat healthier, be a better parent, or improve your life in essentially any way, Do a Day gives you the tools to do it. Bryan shares his own life experiences (good and bad), but it never feels preachy or contrived. A really great read at any stage of your life.
“Proof that you CAN overcome any obstacle!”
Well worth the read!! Consider this a manuscript for living. Bryan has "hacked" his existence, until he found the right formula for living a life of emotional and personal satisfaction. Highly recommend to anyone looking for proof that you CAN overcome any obstacle!
“The real ‘ah-ha’ moment'”
I came across this book at a time in my life when I was feeling discouraged about finding my way back to the person I was and believed myself to be after having two children, quitting my job to become a stay-at-home mom and being diagnosed with a chronic disease. I knew what changes I wanted to make, but where I currently was felt miles away from where I wanted to be. The “Do a Day” philosophy made me realize that the anxiety and doubt I felt was because I was trying to conquer too big of a goal at once. “Do a Day” encouraged me to focus on bite-sized goals and stringing together good decision after good decision and if I have a bad day or make a bad decision, all I have to do is make a good one to start moving forward again towards those goals. The real “ah-ha moment” I had is that reaching a goal is about consistency not about being perfect all the time. All of the author’s honest stories about himself and his own failures and successes really illustrated these takeaways, which gave them more meaning for me than someone just spouting advice. I appreciated the friendly tone of this book and the author’s genuine interest in helping others.
“This is a great motivator and easy read.”
I tend to be skeptical of self-help concepts and typically can't relate. But I wasn't more than a handful of pages in when the most simple and profound concept hit me over the head. "You can do anything for a day". I took that on as a personal challenge. Could I not do a bad habit for just one day? Yes! I have to say this is a great motivator and easy read.
“I do not want to put it down.”
I got Do A Day last night and started reading, and I do not want to put it down. I just wanted to keep on reading to find out more!
“Anyone feeling overwhelmed with trying to get out of a rut, this is the book for you”
“A simple and powerful idea”
“Your book has changed my life”
“This book is a great way to think about the world!”
This book is a great way to think about the world – understanding of, and permission to make, mistakes without unraveling everything you're doing to be a better person – wrapped in an inspiring story.
“This book makes big changes feel less intimidating.”
This book blends autobiographical anecdotes with philosophy in a way that makes the book interesting and less clinical than many self help books. The message (essentially, take one step at a time) is simple and powerful...it's not a new concept, but the book illustrates unexpected applications, and the author's personal journey shows just how powerful it can be when applied to everyday life. This book makes big changes feel less intimidating.
“You’ll reach places that you once doubted were for you.”
“You just inspired me to sign up for the NYC marathon!”
I got the book today and i have to say i love it. Your story is incredible and the idea of Do a Day is similar to the mindset I've come to learn the past few months: building tiny habits for "impossible" tasks and having the only judge of the outcome be myself. Once i realized everything i do in life, and especially my own happiness, is not dependent on others: family, friends, or stranger's perception of me, it has made the world a much brighter place. I follow a similar process with my end goals (big picture) guiding an overarching strategy, then break up to-do-lists by the year, month, and day. It definitely takes a load off.
Just wanted to say congrats on the launch - i've already spoken to a few people about it. Thanks for the read.
PS - you just inspired me to sign up for the NYC marathon. I'll be running 11/5/17 🙂