Since the last few months (or maybe years), I’m feeling kinda “Not Awesome”. (For me awesome simply means felling great … really i can’t fully express it, I love this word!)
My goals for life are big, but certain events have caused me to think negatively all the time. Many of you may have heard the phrase “Is the glass half empty or half full?“ – Well, right now I see the glass half empty all the time.
Finally, I figured what’s wrong – “Many Things”.
- I’ve not archived the goals which I set.
- I’m not that productive, how much I want to be.
- I don’t do all the things that I wanna to do every day.
- I don’t work out and most importantly – I still can’t forget certain events and people from the past.
These things really makes me more pessimistic!
I have tried to change this a couple of times previously and every time I failed! Everytime after a few days I return to the same old routine of unproductive, glass half empty seeing boy.
So I thought … Let’s Change it. I will do this 30-day change, I will
change my entire routine and be a “glass half full guy.” I got inspiration for writing this public diary from Glen Allsop (He is one of best digital marketers in the world) and a 10th class girl who reminded me of my failed challenge which i posted on my WhatsApp and failed to complete a few days back!
I bought sagarbasak.com maybe a year ago and right now I don’t have any solid plans to use this domain. So in this way, I will also be using this domain, that’s a good news too.
Anyhow, here’s my plan. Today is Saturday, Jan 6, 2018, and the time is 4.27 PM, from tomorrow I will weak up at 5 AM no matter what. I will be posting a screenshot of the time I weak up, just like Glen Allsop did on his 30-day challenge. The main reason why I’m doing this to become more productive and archive my pending goals as soon as possible. This post is pretty big but the next one won’t be … I will be writing a post every day for the next 30 days and I will be brutally honest about what I did.
Now I will just copy-paste the last few paragraphs from glesnallsopp.com (because these words are pretty much exactly what I would like to say, and also I need to go somewhere now!)
I know I’ll be groggy and uncomfortable when I wake up at 5am tomorrow, but I will. I’m writing this to hold myself accountable to have a public record of my journey.
I think it would be pretty pathetic if I couldn’t make it to 30 days in the eye of a casual reader so that’s some motivation for me as well.
Wherever in my journey you found this article – I may just have started or the challenge is long-finished – I hope to inspire you to try your own 30-day challenge to test your own limitations and see how you can improve your own life.
After all, we all seem to act like we’ll live forever, but one day our family and friends will receive a call which shows that simply isn’t true.
I have big goals for this life of mine, and hope this new challenge – one which many successful and inspiring people now call a habit – will help me to achieve them while I still can.