What’s it going to take to make a change? What are you going to do differently from your previous attempts? How can you effectively measure your own success?
It’s common knowledge that when crises arise or you are stuck in second gear with certain life aspects, something’s got to give. Whatever it is that you are doing simply isn’t working. You can spend your time instituting the same change management over and over again without success or you can modify your approach and game plan.
The interesting aspect is that on previous attempts, all the accountability was on yourself. If you succeeded, fantastic. If not, you truthfully shrugged it off and moved on awaiting for the next opportunity to try once again. But what if this time the accountability wasn’t on yourself, but on a community as a whole. How will that change your approach and commitment level?
As I ponder further about unsuccessful attempts of the past and listen to others vent about their frustrations upon making changes in their lives, I’ve come to the conclusion, it’s all about accountability. Sometimes we blame ourselves for our current position or missed opportunities. But we can’t do that anymore. We have an opportunity to make a difference. Make a positive impact on our lives.
By invoking a 60 day challenge, it provides us all an opportunity to make necessary changes to achieve greater success, achieve more personal satisfaction in life, and to challenge ourselves to reach new heights. It’s an opportunity to make a difference within yourself and having the support of this community behind you.
Determine your 60 day challenge and “keep those feet moving.”