The 30 day Challenge

A 30 day challenge doesn’t have to be a life-changing experience, although it may become one and may make a significant difference to your life.

Any long-term change that transpires, however, will be dependent on the way that you view the world and you will have to agree to maintain any sustainable changes that come about.

Most of us have barriers that we put in place that actually hamper change – ‘I don’t have the time.’, ‘I have this or that to do.”, etC.

It takes a lot of commitment to bring about change – no matter how little that change is.

The 30 day challenge is designed to be digestible – only 30 days and you can go back to what you were doing before.

Long before I ever heard of Matt Cutts and his video of the 30 day challenge, I have done challenges for 30 days with NaNoWrMo – National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November – here are mine.

The challenge, as Matt Cutts says, is to write a book of 50,000 words in 30 days – doable?

Well, yes it is, here are mine, and I will be doing it again this year.

I also did a 365 day one-photo-a-day challenge on Blipfotohere is what I did, and I must say I quite miss doing it and will probably do another starting very soon.

Here is a site that mentions One hundred 30 day Challenges for those that need a little motivation / inspiration.

Have a look at what Matt Cutts says about his 30 day challenges.

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