Live A Better Life in 30 Days Challenge (Sep 2010 Run) [Sign Ups Closed]
This is the announcement post for the old Live a Better Life in 30 Days Sep ’10 Challenge (30DLBL). Get the official 30DLBL Program that contains the brand new 30DLBL, complete with new exercises and worksheets, and get started on living a better life in the next 30 days!
Update: You can now get the upgraded 30DLBL in The 30DLBL Program! Bigger, better and more impactful than ever, the new 30DLBL contains the best tasks from original 30DLBL, 6 all-new tasks, rewritten content, revised tasks and more examples to get your best 30 days ahead. It comes with 340 page guidebook and 94-page workbook with detailed templates for all 30 days. More details »
Don’t put off living to next week, next month, next year or next decade. The only time you’re ever living is in this moment.
Do you seek to live your best life? Have you been putting any parts of life on hold? Are you interested to move your growth to a whole new level in the next 30 days? Do you want to maximize your life experience?
If so, you have to join the upcoming Live a Better Life in 30 Days Challenge! Come the month of September, I’ll be conducting a full 30-days challenge to live a better life, and I invite all of you who are passionate about living a better life to join in 😀
“Live A Better Life in 30 Days” Challenge
So what exactly is this about? Previously I’ve been alluding to this challenge in Facebook/Twitter, as well as in the previous article 101 Ways To Live Your Best Life, and have been receiving many interested responses.
What’s going to happen: For the entire month of September (30 days), I’ll be conducting a 30-Day Challenge To Live A Better Life (30D LBL).
What’s going to happen is I’ll share a task every day on the blog, a task which will move you towards living a better life. These are not gimmicky tasks – they are important tasks that will improve our lives for the better. Each of them embody the principles I share here at the blog to live your best life. Each task has been specifically created to drive you on the path of self-discovery, conscious living and personal growth. I have personally designed/set each of task and have also done them myself, so I know they have their intended effect.
As with anything that creates real, long-term change in life, each task will take time to think through and digest – from 1-2 hours every day.
While this may look like a lot of time, this is a valuable investment of time that will move your life to a better place at the end of the 30 days. What random activities do you spend every day that you can cut out for this? Facebooking? Twitter? Watching TV? Doing things for others? Are they more important than you living a better, more conscious life? Many 30DLBL participants have told me how just doing the tasks from the first few days have already made them feel lighter, clearer, awakened, more focused and more proactive about life. They already feel motivated about what’s ahead of them, vs. previously. It’s amazing just witnessing and hearing about their changes.
This is not a race. This is not a competition, even though it’s framed as a challenge. This is a movement to change your life for the better, to enable you to be better than who you are, to move you to greater heights in life. If there are days where you can’t commit the time, then follow through in the next day. The most important thing is you take the time out to improve your life. This challenge, without doubt, is a high value Quadrant 2 activity.
I’ll unveil the activity every morning at the blog. Your focus for the day is to do that specific task for the day, and share your results in the comments area of that day’s post. That means at the end of 30 days, you would have done 30 tasks. The tasks have been set in a specific order to deliver the end objective, so it’s important you do them in that sequence.
The end goal at the end of 30 days is for you to emerge a better, more aware and conscious person living a better life compared to 30 days ago. 😀
Daily Outline for 30 Days ahead
- Morning, 6am: I’ll post the day’s task Singapore time (GMT +8, Greenwich Mean Time. Refer to The World Clock on time differences between SG and your country) here at the blog. I recommend you to read in the morning. Why? Morning is when you start the day and no better way then to start off with a focus on what to do. Also, when you read it in the morning, you have the rest of the day to think over it/do it. SG timing is ahead of most of the world, so the task should be online during morning your time. Join the free newsletter to get the mail delivered in your inbox at the end of the day.
- The Task: I’ll share (a) What the task is about (b) Instructions on how to do it. I’ll also be sharing additional documents applicable. Each day, there will be a journal template where you can fill in your thoughts/insights/reflections.
- What you have to do: Your focus for the day is to do that task. Don’t put it off to the next day or think of accumulating the tasks to finish in a day. Simply stick to 1 task a day. I recommend you set aside 1.5 hours each day for this (some days will take less time, some take more) so you’ll get quality output. Some readers mentioned they spent 2 hours on each task, but that’s purely at your own choice. If you’re willing to invest more time, you’ll gain more. The more time you spend, the more results you get.
- At the end of the day: Share your experience in the comments area for that task. Also write down your thoughts/insights/reflections in the daily journal template that will be provided. This means at the end of 30 days, you’ll have 30 insights to look back on.
Join “Live A Better Life in 30 Days” Challenge
I encourage all of you to join this challenge with everyone else. With 10,000 regular readers at this blog, we have a large community of conscious individuals passionate about growth to drive each other forward. It’ll be fun to participate together, learn from one another and grow :D. In fact, I’ve been meaning to conduct such a challenge for a while, but haven’t as I want to have a critical reader mass to reach out to a sizable crowd. With almost 10,000 members, it’s a great time to start :).
To officially participate, express your interest now in the comments area It’s 100% free to join. You can also participate passively, but it’s better to get down to it and commit yourself to it. Doing this with everyone, sharing your experience with others, will make it a much richer experience for yourself. Use an alias/nickname if you want – it doesn’t matter. The most important thing is you participate so you commit yourself to living a better life. Sign-ups are now over, but you can still do the challenge. Get your copy of 30DLBL Program now.
Update 3 Sep: Gosh, I’m blown away by the overwhelming response by all of you!!! 100 160 259 328 400 600 700 800 900 1,202 participants!! This makes it the biggest personal development challenge ever that I’m aware of, and possibly one of the largest blog challenges. Share this challenge with everyone you know – whether on Twitter, FB, SU or email! Let’s get as many people to join in as possible!
Spread the Word – Get Your Friends / Loved Ones To Join
Share the 30 Day Challenge To Live A Better Life with your friends, family and network and get them to join the challenge too. Retweet (#30DLBL is our twitter hashtag), Share on Facebook, share on your favorite social media and email to others via the buttons below. If you have a blog, please spend a few minutes to write about this and invite your readers. Get them to join you in living a better life with this coming September! Let’s get the word OUT THERE! The more people we have on this challenge, the more positive momentum we’ll generate, the richer this experience will be.
#30DLBL Hashtag for Twitter Users
It’s going to be an exciting 30 days ahead, and while each task in the 30 days is an activity that can be done independently, it’s always better when we have user support. It’s fun to see what each other is doing and egg/support everyone in this challenge along. The power of a group acting in synchronicity together isn’t to be underestimated.
For this purpose, I’ve created a twitter hashtag of #30DLBL (30 Days Live a Better Life) for participants who have Twitter accounts. Click on the link and you’ll see the latest results of people tweeting with that tag. You can also subscribe to the feed so you’ll be updated when there’s a new tweet with #30DLBL.
Whenever you’re tweeting about something related to the challenge, simply type in #30DLBL in the same message as your tweet. Feel free to tweet about your daily progress via this hashtag. I’ve started to do that an hour ago and other twitters are following on now. This is not just a challenge now – it has become a movement to change our lives for the better! 😀 On this note, I implore all of you to help tweet/share about this challenge out to everyone out there whom you want to live a better life. This is a rare opportunity to have such a challenge, so let’s get everyone we know onboard! #30DLBL
This is the announcement post for the old Live a Better Life in 30 Days Sep ’10 Challenge (30DLBL). Get the official 30DLBL Program that contains the brand new 30DLBL, complete with new exercises and worksheets, and get started on living a better life in the next 30 days.