Oh my goodness! My challenge is going better than anticipated!
People are sharing, being honest, and even offering wisdom to others they don’t even know.
I’m blessed to have a wonderful group of clients and friends who care about each other, making their lives better, and moving in a positive direction to do their best in all areas of their lives.
I can’t wait to continue on and see what growth and results we have by May 1st!
We just started, so it’s not too late to join. Visit the “Step It Up” Challenge page to read more details & sign up – you still can – but TODAY’S the last day!!
Today, in the group, we are listing our goals we want to achieve by the end of the 30 days.
This is our motto for all 30 days (below) – reaching for our personal best!
You can sign up for all the groups in the world, memberships, programs, and even buy products, but if you aren’t willing to get the most out of it and apply what you learn, what’s the point?
Here are some ways you can get the most out of whatever you have signed up for:
1. Invest SOMETHING Into It
Regarding my challenge, it’s free, however, participants are spending their time in the group to absorb the information and establish new relationships and nurture old ones.
Money is a good investment, too – paying for something, especially it’s real value, makes you cherish and take care of it more.
Imagine buying an antique table. You would make sure no one leaves a sweaty glass on it to avoid rings. You would dust it often and maybe even apply a substance to the top of it to help preserve the wood.
So, why would something of value that increases your skills, knowledge, and wisdom be any different? Those things should be valued more than stuff any day.
If you have invested time and/or money, make sure you make the most of the experience and get all you can out of it!
2. Absorb as Much as You Can From It
Did you know we only retain a small fraction of what we read and hear? Einstein, a genius, only retained 13%!
If that’s the case, how much information do you think you absorb after reading a book for the first time?
What about a training DVD?
What about that audio mp3 that was supposed to help you lose weight?
To get the most out of our investments into our personal growth, we need to revisit them often.
3. Add the Program to Your Schedule
We take time for things that matter to us. If you have invested into something, you need to invest yourself, as well.
You can’t learn from something that sits on the shelf and collects dust.
I have so many training materials I’ve invested in, it would probably take me 6 months to a year to fully get through them all and learn actionable steps from each. Could you imagine how many years from now it would be before I worked through them all if I had the attitude of “ah, I’ll just get to it when I can get to it?” That’s just crazy. It’s like saying “I’ll do it tomorrow” and tomorrow never comes.
Plan to use your investment each and every day… until you have totally exhausted it.
Will this take you away from other things? Yes. However, you chose to participate for a reason. What was it? Determine TODAY what you will get out of it and take the steps to add working through it onto your calendar.
Be sure not to fill that time with anything else. Make it a priority.
It’s not too late to join my challenge group and make something great out of your life in April!! Sign up before the doors are closed!
Jessica Stone is a mom of 4 and owner of her own businesses in the fitness, beauty, and essential oils industries. She has 3 special needs children, one which has an undiagnosed neuro-muscular condition that limits her mobility, and her twins are currently receiving therapy for sensory defensiveness, physical mobility, fine motor skills, and speech. She enjoys sharing what she has learned through her trials, experience, research, and tools that have helped her children’s health with other parents who are looking for support, encouragement, and helpful information. Get her FREE gift to you, 30 Easy Snacks Your Kids Will Devour: Eating Healthy Never Got So Simple. Connect with Jess live today on Facebook!