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:
- Let go of the fears - do it.
- What I share could potentially impact at least one other person positively.
- 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.
- I will share each post on X, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Looking back, here are some of the benefits of this challenge.
- I had to manage my time better.
- I was always on the lookout for something to write about.
- I took better care of myself, so I had the energy to fit everything I wanted into each day.
- 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.
- 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.
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