Tuesday, 1 July 2014

What could you achieve by 31 July if you start tomorrow?

I've talked about the 30 day challenge in the past but it's worth repeating, because the outcomes can be powerful and rewarding. 

Watch this video (3 mins 30 seconds) - Matt Cutts - talks with compulsion about trying something new for 30 days.  He describes the difference that small changes can make.  This is something I talk about often with clients - if we make small diversions from our regular path within days we'll be well away from our usual routine.  I love this idea from Matt, the concept is simple and achievable.  And in 30 days you're well on the way to installing a new habit.




What are you going to try and how will we know?  


My first 30 day challenge (in 2011) was to take and share a photo every day with the aim of stimulating my creativity.  I loved the process and it worked. To this day I still look for opportunities to take interesting, funny and creative photos. 


If you start tomorrow your 30 days will be up on 31 July.  What small change will you commit to?  I'd love it if you shared it here so we can support each other ;-).


My new 30 day challenge is to meditate for 20 minutes every day, starting tomorrow.  I'm exploring the range of guided meditations available and will select one ready to start tomorrow.

Get your thinking caps on...

Ross

PS Here's my favourite photo from my photo-a-day 30 day challenge