100 Day Attack - over the hump
A 100 Day Attack might sound like a punishment rather that a potential for renewal. My 100 Day Attack has a purpose and offers me huge personal rewards.
Let's put 100 days in perspective. It sounds a fanciful number. In the next 100 days the Presidential Election will be run and won, harvests will be over for summer crops, there will be snow on the mountains again.
100 days will confirm or change history, with a squillion dollars injected into the economy through advertising, with increasing political comment adding distractions and hesitancy to our business progress, offering excitement through involvement. And then the Holiday Season will be upon us.
So my 100 day Attack (3.3 months) is of significance to me. It is exciting. It has given me a chance to change my own history for the better. And it is 60% complete.
During my Attack, by increasing awareness and effort, I have been examining my business methods, making changes where necessary or possible, allowing innovation and generally increasing my sphere of influence ~ sustained growth.
When I have met 10 day goals for the more mundane and very necessary aspects of increasing business, I have implemented my 1.1 multiplier to stretch even further. The compounding effect is truly significant. Persistent, consistent effort over a substantial period of time, as a mental and physical exercise. It's my campaign.
I seem to be able to fit so much more into my day. I have time to read. Real family time, so often the first casualty of increasing work load, is on the increase because of establishment of proper priorities, involvement and sharing of interim rewards.
I appreciate the comment and encouragement I have received from readers during these first 60 days. Where suggestions have been made, especially about literary resources, I have been diligent in follow up.
Stretching of comfort zones challenges complacency, allows expansion, and promises substantial rewards.
A mind and body challenge, with progress in bite-sized pieces. Elephant eating with a plan and a purpose.
4am starts, new routines, squeezing the juice from every minute, looking for more. Habits are changing and being confirmed. Invigoration.
There is pleasure in striving.