Most people find it hard to rewrite the story of their life. This book could be the first step towards that through the 30-day challenges.
I’ve first discovered the power of a 30-day challenge a few years ago when I was experimenting with ways of overcoming my comfort zone through running.
I remember that in one month I set myself to run every day, for 30 days, and I ran 3 km every day of the first week, 5 km every day of the second week, 7 km every day of the third week, 9 km every day of the fourth week and then 11 km for the 29th and 30th days.
That’s when I started looking at the time intervals of 30 days as projects and in the year 2017, I went through 12 different 30-day challenges, with activities such as cold showers, running, dancing, cycling, meditation, and more.
If you set yourself to experiment 12 different activities in one year and try to do every single one for 30 days in a row, you’ll become a different person. You’ll learn more about your limitations and your limiting beliefs, and you’ll end the year with a bunch of new skills that you’ll be able to use in most of your day-to-day activities.
The power of 30-day challenges is in the results of the challenge. Doing something for 30 days in a row is hard. And it’s going to be even harder if you set to do different activities for a few months in a row. But the results you have after all those months will be incomparable.
I truly believe that if you set yourself a year full of 30-day challenges you’ll actually set yourself a new direction in life, that’s yet to be explored and discovered. After that, it will be up to you to decide if you go back to what you were before those challenges or not.