Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Why You Should Follow Along With The 30 Day Cutting Challenge and Start a 30 Day Challenge of Your Own.

If you haven't yet saw I started a 30 day cutting challenge because I started gaining fat because of how much I was eating.  Today my goal is to encourage you to start a 30 day challenge of your own and follow along with me.

Why you should start.

Do you make resolutions but get nowhere?  Or are you someone who knows with a small push you will have a snowball effect of positive change in your life?  Then you should start your 30 day challenge and follow along with me.  Tell your friends to check this blog out and get others to join you and motivate you and keep you accountable.  Also share to the comments so others can see your progress and help you along as well and so you can help them along.  I will also be there as a guide for you if you need any help.

The hardest thing for everyone is starting.  Once you start, however you feel great, maybe not right away but after a few days or a week. Many times we over estimate what we can do in one year and underestimate what we can do in 10 years.  And for this reason we give up if we don't see results right away.

The universe doesn't work like that.  You must put in every single day and give it your all to receive back.  If you don't give this challenge your all it won't give you shit!  If you give it your all, then share your week to week experience with everyone else on here and on any other social media network, or with anyone you think needs to start.

The world is moving fast, you can either move along with it or be left in the dust, and I would rather see you do the first one.

What if I suck?

Sucking at something or being a "newbie" shouldn't be an excuse not to do a 30 day challenge but instead should be your fuel to start.  Sure I used to be pretty lean a few months back, and now I am not as lean.  This doesn't mean I can't be even more lean than I was before.  I bet you right now there is someone else in a worse situation that you reading this and they are going to start, and even if they are worse off than you are right now they will end up better unless you take action.  Do you want to be the person looking back at your life and regret not taking action.  Or would you rather be someone who took action even if it was a total failure but you gave it your best and took action every single day?  I really want you to answer this question.  It might sound like a dickish question but it is a true question.

I can't tell you how many times I see a random stranger that looks interesting that I want to talk to and I don't talk.  Today this actually changed twice.  Let my experience here be motivation to start a 30 day challenge of your own.  Almost everyday I go outside or around people I see at least one person who looks cool or interesting, and looks like someone I would like to know more about.  Usually I don't talk and 3 minutes later regret it because that person could've been a really cool friend to bring into my life.  Today I faced my social anxiety twice, and I am happier than ever!

The first situation I saw a couple people standing outside on woodward with their Lamborghini Gallardo, and Jaguar F-Type.  I went and talked to them for about 20 minutes.  I was so anxious from just talking to strangers I was shaking almost the whole time.  But what I learned is that these people aren't going to kill me but instead talk about cars with me, what a cool experience!  Then I went to the mall and talked to some random stranger for a minute or 2 and the guy was happy to talk to me, and yes I was scared,  it is about an hour later and I am still smiling from this experience because I took action I have never taken before.  It may seem small, but a staircase is filled with small steps each one of us must climb to get to the top.

Starting this challenge should be a turning point in your life.  We all have things we do that are mediocre.  ALL OF US!  You can either live your life as a mediocre life forever or take small 5, 7, 10, 30 day challenge's to drastically improve just a little bit and be a little bit better each day.

My eating habits were mediocre so I started this challenge and I'm already 1/5 complete with it.  There are plenty of other things I need to work on, but I am doing one challenge at a time.

If you don't want to look back on your life at 80 years old and regret it, start today because time is going to pass no matter what, why not make the best of the time you have by taking this challenge and sharing your challenge and experience in the comments below!

Good job on starting, I cannot wait to hear what your 30 Day Challenge is going to be!

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