While reading a local paper on health and wellness, I noticed a challenge,
"Walk 100 miles in 100 days". Besides my running regiment, my children and I created a 100 day chart and have all agreed to walk 100 miles in 100 days. Even my 8 year old son said, "That's easy! That is only 1 mile a day. I can do that!"
What has my head caught up in this concept is that any seemingly HUGE task is manageable when you break it down into small, bite-sized actions. I know, I know, YOU know that all ready. Right? Are you doing it?
Today, that is my number one priority - take my big ugly frogs, my goals for the summer, my "I really don't want to do this BUT, I know it will benefit my business, my health, my ______ (you fill in the blank)" and break it into 100 (or less) tiny, manageable daily steps that will be painless.
I challenge you to do this activity as well.
What activity/goal feels so very big that it is virtually impossible to you right now?
What steps/actions will you need to do to finish this goal?
Take a sheet of lined paper, and number it 1-100.
Now, write down those steps that you may have outlined in your mind but have not gotten down on paper.
Each day for the next 100 days, or however many days it takes to complete it, do just one activity on your paper each day. Just one.
Look back on what you have accomplished after one week and celebrate the accomplishment! You deserve it.
A wise philosopher once said that a cow is best eaten "one burger at a time".