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Challenge Yourself, I Dare You: A Better You In 30 Days! Kindle Edition
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A few things made me smile (and I've probably got some grammar wrong in this review, so take this lightly) - 'actionable piece of mind', 'trying to battle the early mornings and loosing every time', 'non-chalent', 'realistic vs unrealistic debate is kind of a mute point'. Also made me smile - day 31 - what an image to give me! (read the book!) and that you are taking/have taken your mum to China (hope you had a fab time).
A couple of other points; I disagree that there are two types of pain - the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. Hmm, what about surgery and childbirth? <rolls eyes>
The average person watches 6 hours a day of TV. Wow, is that right? Really interested in this and would love to know where you got this statistic from? Not challenging it but have always wondered.
And another small criticism in that giving up smoking is not just about sticking a lollypop in your mouth and doing something different during the time you would have smoked. It is actually a physical addiction so you've got that going on too. I know, not only because I gave up smoking when I got married (17 years ago) but I have also quit a codeine and valium addiction which I had for 29 years and from which there were hideous physical withdrawal symptoms.
Having said all this, I really warmed to this guy. He obviously cares deeply about change and helping others to change and the world needs more people like him. I like that he is honest about his failures and not writing this book from an 'I've arrived' style that can be a bit off-putting.
I had already planned on my own challenges before downloading this book but Stuart, you have inspired me to do it. I myself have just found out that I may have gluten intolerance so will be spending the next 30 days avoiding all things gluten (will be great if it works!) and because I am a rebel at heart and if I'm am told something is not wise to do, I often do it <grins> I am going to take on two other challenges at the same time. I intend to read the New Testament of the Bible in the next thirty days and do something really kind for someone every day.
I read this book in half an hour and then read it again. I enjoyed the author's conversational and easy going style and I would definitely recommend buying it.
'Challenge Yourself, I dare you' was a really quick read and a great thought provoking read, at that! I've already implemented my first 30 day challenge and hope to really have made a change by the end of this. The author really makes clear how to set up these kind of goals and highlight the benefits that you can get from this process, keeping that motivation.
I have read many personal development books, but this gave me such an energy buzz to crack on and shake some cobwebs off. If you're looking for a gentle but truthful nudge in the right direction, give it a try.
For less than a packet of Harribo (other sweets are available) I thoroughly recommend this blisteringly inspirational read.
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