Ep.249 | 5 Minute Drill | Ditch the Do-Over Mentality

Struggling with setbacks can feel like a constant uphill battle. I’ve discovered that sometimes the answer lies not in reinventing the wheel, but in turning back to the beliefs, thoughts, and actions that once led me victory. This episode goes against the ever so annoying ‘new year, new you’ mantra. It’s a deep dive into the potency of recognizing when to reset vs. restart. Realignment isn’t about scraping everything and starting from scratch — it’s about recalibrating back to our core strengths and drawing clarity from the victories of our past. 

So, if you want a mindset that will actually position you to bring out your best and help you achieve your goals, then lock in to today’s episode.

Let’s get it!

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • The importance of shifting your paradigm from “restart” to “reset,” especially when facing life’s challenges.
  • J.R.’s personal experiences on resetting in the areas of mindset, marriage, finances, and health.
  • Strategies to recalibrate to your core strengths, and leveraging past successes. 
  • Differentiating between the pressure of “starting over” and the grace of a strategic reset.
  • Encouragement and actionable steps to reset and realign with your 2024 goals.


“You don’t need a restart. You need a reset.” – J.R.


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