Posted June 07, 2018 11:03:32 I know what you’re thinking.
This post is going to be too much for me to write right now.
So let’s talk about what we have learned.
What we’re learning in this challenge.
We will be posting this challenge at least once a week.
We’ll be taking feedback from everyone who participates.
It’s up to you to take this challenge seriously.
But this is the first step.
We want to make sure everyone takes the challenge seriously and not just take it for granted.
So, this week we’re going to focus on some important aspects of the challenge.
And it’s worth taking a moment to think about.
These are not the only aspects of challenge.
These aren’t the only things you need to think through before taking this challenge too seriously.
The first thing is what’s important.
The challenge is really about you, not just about us.
What matters is you.
Your strengths, your weaknesses, your aspirations, and your fears.
The goal is to make you happy, not to please you.
You don’t need to worry about how many challenges you’ve got to do before you reach your goal.
You need to make a commitment to yourself to do these things.
You have to have a sense of self worth.
This is something you need at least to know, and it can only be realized by doing what you do.
Your work and your achievements matter to you, too.
The more you’re happy, and the more you believe in yourself, the more likely you are to achieve your goals.
So you’ll be able to look back and realize that you did everything you could for yourself.
You can do this.
You’ll know that you’ve done everything you can for yourself and that you have the will to accomplish what you set out to do.
It’ll help you become more confident and confident in yourself.
When you take this next step, you will also be taking a step back.
This means that you’ll have a clearer sense of how much work you’ve already done.
You will be more confident in your goals, more likely to achieve them, and more likely still to achieve what you want.
You won’t have to worry as much about whether or not you’ve succeeded.
You’re already there.
Now you just have to be willing to take that next step and do it.
What do you do after you take the challenge?
Well, that depends on how confident you are in yourself and in what you’ve achieved.
But let’s start with the next point: what to do next.
When we think of a challenge, we usually think about something like: how much is too much?
This is what we typically think of when we think about a challenge.
But the reality is that a challenge is not just a question of how many times you can do it, but also whether you’re willing to do the work.
When I set out this challenge I set a high bar.
It was about doing everything possible to get my goals met.
I wanted to reach every single person I could.
So I did everything I could do to achieve my goals.
This was the challenge that I wanted everyone to see.
This challenge was about me.
It wasn’t about anyone else.
It took me a long time to reach the goal.
I have a great story to tell about this.
So the next time you are faced with a challenge like this, try to think of this challenge as an opportunity to do something about it.
How do you take a step away from that challenge and into the future?
Well… that depends.
You might be a bit hesitant about taking a second step away, because it seems like too much.
Maybe you think you can just walk away and get back to the challenge at the end.
Or maybe you think it’s too much work, and you feel like you have to take a second or third step to reach your goals again.
And that’s okay.
The second step isn’t too hard, and this second step is what will make you feel more confident.
But it’s not all about how hard you’ve worked, or how hard it was for you.
I’ve already explained that the second step can help you feel a little more confident because it helps you see yourself.
That’s why I recommend that you take it seriously.
This second step will help you see the bigger picture of how far you’ve come.
It will help make you see that you are not alone in this struggle.
You are part of this solution.
You aren’t alone.
I can guarantee that you won’t feel that you were lost or discouraged in the beginning.
You wouldn’t be.
You know that when you’re ready to make the commitment to take the next step.
When will you feel that?
When you feel confident about what you can achieve with this next challenge?
When will it make you want to continue