Take a giant leap forward in making a living without a job in 30 days

If you don't have an emotional connection to why you are trying to accomplish your goals, the odds are you won't reach them or will quit trying.

~ Brett Hoebel

Postcard From Barbara

30 Day Challenge

An early morning run to Target is not unusual for me, but it’s taken on a whole new dimension. Ever since I discovered the step counter on my iPhone, I view a trip to Target as giving me a headstart on my walking goal for the day. 

I owned my iPhone for quite some time before I even knew about this step counting feature. It’s become one of my accountability partners. In fact, you might see me pacing between my living room and bedroom on days when I’ve fallen behind. 

It’s also been a powerful reminder that we accomplish so much more when we have a way to stay accountable. As S.J. Scott points out, "One of the biggest lessons I've learned about habit development is that you need accountability to stick to a major goal. It's not enough to make a personal commitment." 

When you work for other people, you may not have to think much about accountability. They tell you when to arrive, when to depart, when deadlines must be met.

When you work for yourself, accountability may be absent. Visual images of goals can help, as can writing and journaling about your destination. Finding an accountability partner can put the odds in your favor even more. Brainstorming and mutual encouragement are power tools if we put them to work on our behalf.

That’s precisely why the 30 Day Challenge, coming up quickly on May 1, can be a huge game changer. You set the challenge for yourself and agree to be accountable for the duration. For one short month, you show up every day—even when you don’t feel like it.

Most importantly, the rewards of participating go on long after the 30 days have ended. 

May 1st is coming soon. Spend a few minutes with the video posted below and let John Williams, who has been running the 30 Day Challenge for nearly a decade, tell you more about it. 

If you’re ready to go higher, faster, farther, the 30 Day Challenge could be the missing link that gets you headed in the right direction. 

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Buon Viaggio,  

Barbara Winter

P.S. On occasion, I may receive a commission or compensation when you participate or purchase a product or service I recommend. That being said, I strive to always offer useful content and resources in each issue of Joyfully Jobless News. 


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