By Gerry Murray. 02-02-2020
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“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
February is a fantastic month to challenge yourself because it has 28 days or 4 weeks. People, it seems, like numbers like this when starting things.
So, what could you achieve in just 28 days if you put your mind to it?
My guess is - quite a lot!
Join the 28-Day Challenge
A few years back I created a FREE online programme called “The 28-Day Challenge”. It’s full of simple tips and resources to help keep you on track for 28 days. If you’d like to take part just click here. I know it’s the 2nd February but this year we have 29 days in February!
I also provide some extra tips in my short blog post Star Goals for Star Players and this connects with how the 28-Day Challenge can help you become a Star Player in just one month.
What could you achieve in 28 Days?
I think it’s important that I can walk my own talk!
On 1st January I went on the Fast800 eating plan and I added in a long walk 4 times per week. Four weeks later and I’ve managed to reduce my weight by 4kgs. That’s 1kg per week. I provided some tips on how to achieve a weight reduction goal in last week’s post. I’ve still got a way to go to achieve my ultimate weight goal. However, I feel great!
Therefore, I’m going to join you on your 28-day journey to reduce my weight by a further 4 kgs. If I can do it, so can you!
Let’s do it together!
"You have to motivate yourself with challenges. That's how you know you're still alive." ~Jerry Seinfeld
What are you waiting for?
Think of something that you’d like to change and that you could actively work on for 1 month and register here for the 28-Day Challenge. If you’re struggling to formulate that one thing then join anyway because the first tutorial is about how to identify something that you could work on. I provide a list of ideas here.
See you on the other side…
"Never fear failure, always embrace it."
My mom said as she released me from her hug.
The Invisible Man has a warrant out for his arrest.
The charge is "Failure to appear”.
Why is it not a good idea to tell your parents about your failures while they are on an elevator?
It would cause them to be disappointed on many different levels.