21DJC Day 21 – What is Your Biggest Wish for the Future?

This is the last day of the 21-Day Journaling Challenge (21DJC) for Nov 2011. View list of tasks: 21DJC Overview.

Hi everyone – Welcome to Day 21, the last day of 21DJC! :)

Final Task Tomorrow – Round-Up/Feedback

This is it – we are finally at the end of 21DJC!

Note that while today is the last day of the challenge, this is not the last post for 21DJC. As with every challenge, we will be having a final post to collate feedback and round-up what we have learned in the past 21 days. Stay tuned!

Closure of All Comments for 21DJC

Every challenge has to come to an end, and this is the same for 21DJC.

All comments for 21DJC will be closed by Wed, 30 Nov, Midnight, EST.

So do post all your journal answers AND reply to fellow participants ASAP. Give others time to reply to your comments too – i.e. don’t leave things to the last minute. Let’s make the best out of the last days of the challenge.

Sign Up Now for Live a Better Life in 30 Days Dec Challenge!

Ready to make the best out of your last 30 days of 2011? We are now open for registration for December’s 30DLBL Live Run! Hurry and sign up now – Day 0 will be up on Nov 30, which is in less than 3 days, as of the time of this post.

If you have gained from any of the challenges in PE, it’s a no brainer on whether you should join 30DLBL or not – it’s the most transformative challenge there is at PE. Real life results and testimonials do not lie.

Don’t waste away your last month of 2011. Get ready to shift your life to the next level in just 30 days. Join us now – participants are filling in and first round introductions are being made as we speak.

Day 20 Review

Yesterday’s question was: “What Limiting Beliefs Are You Holding On To?“. (Read the responses.)

Limiting beliefs are the biggest inhibitor to growth. While many people are quick to single out money / time / resources / networks as the reason why they are not achieving X things, I firmly believe it is our attitude, and nothing else, that determines whether we succeed in our goals or not.

All of us have beliefs. And believe it or not, we have more limiting beliefs than we realize. It’s just a matter of whether we’re conscious of them or not. One tell tale sign on whether we have limiting beliefs – If we are still in the process of achieving X goal vs. having achieved X goal, that’s a clue that there is/are limiting beliefs blocking us from achieving X goal right away.

After all, when you have people like Wilma Rudolph, who was handicapped as a child due to a series of life threatening illnesses as an infant, but later overcame all odds to walk, run, join her school’s track team, win 3 gold medals at the World Olympics, break the Olympic record for 200m dash and become hailed as “The Tornado” and “the fastest woman on earth”, there is really no reason why we can’t achieve any of our goals. The “reasons” we cite become no more than flimsy excuses and cop-outs.

Some of you have openly shared your limiting beliefs, and I’m very proud of you for doing so. Like you, I have limiting beliefs too. My limiting beliefs include: I’m not good enough, I’m not pretty enough, I’m not achieving enough, I’m not worthy of love, I’m all alone.

I have cleared many limiting beliefs in the course of my growth journey, and as I dissolve away my top layers of disempowering beliefs, I realize I’m now dealing with fundamental beliefs formed when I was a small kid. While addressing them becomes more intricate since they are deeply embedded in the subconscious, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible – it just means it’s time to look deeper. This is also a sign I’m moving forward in my growth, which is something to celebrate about.

As I mentioned yesterday, yesterday’s question is a precursor to one of the important tasks we will be working on in the upcoming Live a Better Life in 30 Days Challenge. Keep a note of your answers, because we are going to do a deep dive into them come Day 25 of 30DLBL! If you haven’t signed up yet, hurry and do it now – we’re kicking off in 3 days time!

With that said, let’s now move to our last question for 21DJC!

21DJC Day 21

Having answered 20 questions, the last question for 21DJC is:

What is Your Biggest Wish for the Future?

Biggest Wish

As you look onward to the future, what would you say is your biggest wish – one that you are most passionate to see happen?

(This is the last question for 21DJC, so put your best foot forward and make your answer count!)

Put on your reflection cap and let your thoughts flow. Below is an empty form which you can use to write your answers to the question. Treat it as your private 21DJC journaling “room”, if you will. You will be seeing this form every day, for the 21 days of the challenge. There’s a button for you to keep track of your word count too, if you’re interested.

(Note you will not see the form below if you’re viewing this in your email client. Visit the actual post online to see the form.)

What is Your Biggest Wish for the Future?

Your Task Today:

  1. Reflect and answer today’s question. There’s no word limit – whether minimum or maximum. Write as few or as many words as you want. It’s all up to what you want to express!
  2. Share your answer. After you are done writing, copy and paste your answer in the comments area and post it there.
  3. Check out other participants’ answers. Other participants will be sharing their answers too, so feel free to read and reply to their answers. This is a group course, so let’s support each other in these 21 days.
Look forward to reading your answers!

Once again, this is not the last post for 21DJC. Stay tuned for the final post tomorrow, where you get to post your feedback and round-up what you’ve learned in the past 21 days.

 

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