How To Set A New Habit With A 30 Day Challenge

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Truth: we all want to take massive leaps and bounds in our personal and professional life. We all want to be happier, healthier, wealthier, have more confidence and influence. How do we step up without having a misery mindset? You know that voice inside your head that tells you that you aren’t good enough, that that you don’t have enough time, that your life isn’t meant to be easy? Sometimes, that voice gets louder and louder. Before you know it, this voice has taken over, and delivered an excuse WHY you shouldn’t do want you want to do.

But Mr Misery doesn’t really have our best interests at heart.

Keep Pushing Forward

Thing is, most of our excuses are nothing but excuses purely based on fear. Fear of failure, fear of ridicule, fear of the unknown.

So how do we fix this? Acknowledge the fear and keep pushing forward. One of the best ways to do this is to set yourself a challenge. I’m not talking about waking up one morning and suddenly changing the way that you do life. I’m talking about finding something that you’re a little scared to do, or something a little challenging. Don’t pick anything too overwhelming. If you pick a goal that’s out of reach, you’ll end up putting yourself under far too much pressure and strain. The secret is to have fun!

The Power of Repetition

One of the easiest ways to get better at something is to do that task over and over. In time, it just gets easier and easier. If you repeat a challenge for 30 days, it’s more likely to become a habit.

Launching The 30 Day YouTube Challenge

So today I’m announcing the start of my 30 day challenge. Over the next 30 days, I must produce at least one video to upload to YouTube. Why? Because video seems like hard work for me, and I don’t want it to be. I want to be comfortable enough to hit record, edit and publish as easy as it is to brush my teeth.

The Importance of a Public Declaration

If you’re starting your own 30 day challenge, then I recommend making a public declaration. If you blog about your challenge, or keep people up to date with your progress – you’re more likely to follow through with your goal.

What will your 30 day challenge be?

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