Yes with 30-day Challenges! - Deepstash

Yes with 30-day Challenges!

  • Define your SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, time bound) goal.
  • Start small. Add on slightly more and more as you progress.
  • Journal your plans for the day and keep track of your progress.
  • Have a plan for the tasks and challenges you want to achieve.
  • Build positive momentum to have the desire in accomplishing more.
  • Constantly dare yourself with new and exciting challenges.
  • Create optimal environments to eliminate the temptations that will hold you back.

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The Power of 30-day Challenges
  • Helps you reshape your routines, habits, and behaviors.
  • You begin to rewire your mind and subconscious.
  • You build momentum to propel you further and further ahead.
  • You grow bolder and dream bigger than ever before.
  • The more you do, the more you can do.

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  • An unrealistically difficult challenge for your current state.
  • Lack of planning. People usually just start doing something without a proper plan.
  • Lack of incremental build up. Due to lack of plan, people leap into hard stages.
  • Burnout after the excitement of the initial resolution wears off.

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