I live my life in a series of 40-day experiments called “40-Day Challenges”. These experiments push me to accomplish new goals and build healthier habits. I even wrote a book about it called Forty Daze: A Quest for Self-Improvement and created a private Facebook group for people who want to start their own challenges.
As they say, a goal without a plan is only a dream.
So stop dreaming, and start doing.
“Success in life doesn’t hinge on wishful thinking and vision boards. If you want to create meaningful change in your life, you need to take action.”
– From my book, Forty Daze: A Quest for Self-Improvement, available on Amazon
We all know we should exercise more, eat better, blah blah blah, but we often lack the inspiration, tools, and mindset to accomplish our goals. I promise you: once you’ve finished reading this book, you’ll feel inspired to start your own 40-day Challenge. Not only that, you’ll have the tools and mindset you need to succeed. Through individual action and community support, you’ll be able to break through barriers like never before.
1. How to “Goldilocks” your goal so it’s just right for you, right now.
2. Powerful tips and tricks to build new habits quickly and easily.
3. An “anchoring” technique developed by Dr Fogg of Stanford University, along with his system of “Tiny Habits®” which has helped thousands of people to change their behavior. You’ll see how small habits can lead to big changes.
And you’ll never feel alone: the Forty Daze Facebook community and I share our own experiences, some of which will inspire and encourage you, and some of which will make you laugh out loud. We make change possible, and we make it fun.
The testimonials and reader contributions prove Forty Daze to be an effective system, one which can be applied to any aspect of your life. But why take my word for it? See for yourself and buy a copy today.
Click here for your copy – Forty Daze: A Quest for Self-Improvement
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