For years, I’ve enjoyed testing new and different ways to live and improve myself via the fun and strenuous 30-day habit challenge.
The concept is simple:
- Pick a habit you’d like to instill in your life
- Find a small but meaningful action you can do to reinforce it
- Repeat that action every day for 30 days, recording your progress
I’ve tested myself with various habit challenges for years. Some have become powerful habits (writing every day). Others were fun but eventually abandoned (eating vegetarian). Others, still, started with a daily challenge and morphed into a similar but different habit (“exercise every day” turned into “run three days per week”).
Unless you regularly give it conscious thought, it’s incredibly easy to slip into a rut with your life and routine. Applying yourself to a 30-day habit challenge is the perfect way to force yourself to take a look at your daily routine and start to find and reinforce better ways to live because they’re simple, require only a little commitment, and they build confidence as you progress through them.
Today, I’m excited to announce we’ll be making 30-day habit challenges a regular part of The Riskologist Community, and I want to invite you to join me in several that will be starting on November 1.Continue Reading →