Success - Thirty Blog Posts in Thirty Days

Success - Thirty Blog Posts in Thirty Days
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This is my 30th blog post in thirty days. Each year, I set a goal to complete at least three Thirty-Day Challenges. You can find them all here.

Initially, it seemed like such a big challenge, but I realized it wasn't so bad as I progressed. The key was to decide to do it and let go of the notion that everything I shared had to be lengthy and perfect.

Here are the rules of the challenge:

  1. Let go of the fears - do it.
  2. What I share could potentially impact at least one other person positively.
  3. Something has to be published each day for 30 days. The only length requirement is that each post needs to be at least one paragraph long.
  4. I will share each post on X, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Looking back, here are some of the benefits of this challenge.

  1. I had to manage my time better.
  2. I was always on the lookout for something to write about.
  3. I took better care of myself, so I had the energy to fit everything I wanted into each day.
  4. I don't think many people followed my posts along the way. This reinforced that even though I would like others to benefit from the things I share, I need to write and reflect on things that matter to me.
  5. I feel more reflective and creative.

I'm not sure I will continue to post something every day, but I am certain that I will post more frequently than before.

If you are interested in leveraging Thirty-Day Challenges for personal growth, Thirty-Day Challenges for the Mind, Body, Spirit, and School can help.

Thirty Day Challenges for the Mind, Body, Spirit and School
Thirty-Day Challenges are a powerful tool for personal growth and development. By committing to a small challenge for a short period of time, you will build new habits, break old ones, and learn more about yourself in the process.This tool provides the framework for using these challenges to become a better person, both personally and professionally.This version includes additional challenges for teachers and those working in education. If you’re not an educator this version will still work for you. The time spent challenging yourself to incorporate positive habit change will pay off, thirty days at a time.

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