The 7-day mind shift will help you work through your Confident Living workbook and help you stay focused, be empowered, keep moving and get the results you want. In short, this 7-day follow up will build on my personal self-discipline philosophy, which is: Focus on ONE goal at a time. The 7-day follow up webinar will take place Saturday, January 16th at Noon (eastern standard time).
During this one hour follow-up webinar you will:
- Get motivation, inspiration and detailed guidance to expand your purpose & goals.
- Overcome feelings of inadequacy and defeat to walk in the confidence you need to dominate in your life.
- Q & A
Confident Living GR Challenge.
I want to challenge you to go deeper, I have created the 7-day #ConfidentLivingGRChallenge. The purpose of this challenge is to help you improve your self-discipline by keeping your word to yourself, for 7 consistent days. Beginning Sunday, January 10th choose one goal to focus on. Once you set a goal, self-discipline is a must and the more you work at it the more it will grow. During the 7-day challenge I will give you the tools you need to keep the momentum going. Every achievement big or small will help you meet bigger and bigger goals.
So how will this 7-day challenge work?
It’s simple! Follow these rules everyday for 7-days starting Sunday, January 10th: ~ Choose ONE task and commit to doing it every day for 7 days in a row. (Use your Confident Living Target as an additional tool)
- When you complete your task for the day, take a photo of it and post it on Instagram with the hashtag #ConfidentLivingGRChallenge
- Do this every day for 7 days.
Why the emphasis on choosing ONE task?
Well, the focus of this challenge is not to simply “overhaul” your life but to break the cycle of broken promises to yourself.
P.S. – Don’t forget to post a picture representing you completing today’s assignment on Instagram! (You don’t have to post anything to personal, just something that signifies you’re following along with the challenge.) Use the hashtag #ConfidentLivingGRChallenge