We all have things that we want to achieve in our life. Maybe it’s to run a marathon. Maybe it’s to be the next Gordon Ramsey. Or maybe it’s just to be able to make the most of every day.
The end goal looks great, but when you try to get started…things aren’t so easy. Actually it’s pretty darn challenging.
…Which brings us to the 30 day challenge.
You may be familiar with 30 day challenges – there’s a lot of them (especially at gyms), and for good reason.
It takes roughly 30 days to form a habit, after which it’s easier to maintain your motivation, and your momentum.
To do a 30 day challenge right, it takes just that: 30 days of your time doing something. And we mean doing that thing day in, day out.
Depending on what you challenge yourself to do, you may need to set aside more time per day to really test and grow your abilities. Try to hit a milestone each day, whether that’s pushing yourself an extra 10 minutes, doing an extra lap, or learning a new technique.
Here’s some cool things about setting yourself a 30 day challenge that you’ll benefit from along the way:
- You’ll tap into a growth mindset which will help frame more positive thinking and expand what you thought was possible for yourself
- You’ll get more confident by seeing your skills and mindset grow and change in a positive way
- You’ll become more adventurous as your self-belief grows
- You’ll become more willing to take on bigger challenges in the future