Personal challenge of 100 day attack
It's on. Day 1 of my 100 day attack.
Excitement. Sap is rising already. A very early start for this first day of a great adventure.
100 days seems a huge amount: expressed as 10 reps of 10 exercises, the the challenge is put into perspective. I can do it. With reviews and tweaking, then goals can be reached, modified or extended as necessary.
I know the areas of my work that are income producing. These can be streamlined and challenged. Daily numbers prove progress, as does increase in bottom line. What is working, or what is not - it all comes under scrutiny. More prospecting, more social media, more of everything. (Now I can also participate in a June AR (30 - 30) challenge at the same time to develop new habits of consistency)
Financial increase may seem to be the ultimate goal, to make up for recent leaner time. However, the personal development aspects of the exercise produce the new habits that will see me safely into the future.
I am conscious of a need for an increase in fitness, so easy to neglect as I age. It is better to wear out than to rust out. I am still capable of new things. Thoughts of retirement are for the faint-hearted.
Because I planned ahead I was able to hit the ground running.
10 x 10 = 100