Momentum. We are all aware of the saying, “A body in motion stays in motion.” I often think of the things I so easily did as a child. I find myself saying many times that I should have never stopped doing those things. I might still be able to do them today if I hadn’t. So now, almost not matter how I feel, I keep moving. I keep learning. I keep growing, and I keep challenging myself.
I have fallen in love with 30 day challenges as a way to do that. For someone with ADD and commitment issues, a 30 day challenge is a perfect amount of time. I stay focused without feeling overwhelmed, and I always have the option to continue a challenge for the next month, or however many months I like.
Thomas Corley, the author of Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals, shared the nine habits of successful and wealthy individuals. It is short but great read. It really is what we do every day that determines where we go. Let’s make good habits. If you need help with this, take one of our 30 day challenges. A 30 day challenge is perfect creating new habits and life-changing momentum.
- Make goals measurable. It needs to be something where you can measure your progress.
- Have a start and a finish date. Without these, we tend wander aimlessly and lack focus and commitment.
- Enlist friends to do a 30 day challenge with you and hold you accountable.
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