I've written many times in the past about not getting stuck on autopilot, the need to step out of our comfort zone or even comfort universe, and breaking out of the mould.
I'm not sure I'd truly understood what that meant, or perhaps the benefit of sustaining these new behaviours until now.
As part of my 4 new habits in 28 day challenge I decided to do one thing differently every day. I've updated the blog I wrote at the time to show a list of what I did differently over those 28 days.
In this post I'd like to share the insights I got from undertaking this seemingly simple habit.
There's certainly something counter intuitive about setting a goal of doing something different everyday - as if trying to make the spontaneous less so. That said it's been truly transformative.
the rest of this post has moved to my new website.
In conclusion doing something different every day enabled me to face some habits that were long over due an upgrade.
What will you do differently today?
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More on the outcome of the 28 day challenge can be found here.
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