You might want to sit down for this.
Ready? September is halfway done (dramatic gasp). That also means that what I’m sure has been the highlight of your September so far, the Build Productive Habits in 30 Days challenge, is halfway done.
For those of you who have been following along since September 1st, it has been 16 days of learning, trying new things, and experimenting.
Whether you have diligently been following along every day (I see you), opening a few e-mails here and there, or even if you haven’t started yet, I am proud of you. You signed up, and it takes courage to sign up for a whole month of self-improvement. Improving your productivity probably isn’t at the top of your to-do list in terms of urgency and the world won’t fall apart if you don’t make time for it, but you must depend on yourself to continuously be looking for ways to get better.
So wherever you are along this journey, I’d like to remind you of one of my favorite quotes ever, a Chinese proverb: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now."
It’s never too late to start.
If you haven’t hopped on this productivity train at all yet and you’ve yet to sign up with your e-mail, you can find the form above. Just plug in your e-mail and you’ll get started right away! Remember, no matter when you sign up for this challenge, you’ll still get all 30 e-mails, so you literally can’t be late to this party (and as a habitually late person, I appreciate this very much).
One last thing before I go and get on with my Sunday routine, here’s the Build Productive Habits in 30 Days e-book. You don’t want to miss this and I’ll tell you why. After everything you’ve learned (and everything you have yet to learn!), you’ll want a way to refer to these techniques that you’ve learned. You’ll want to continue implementing them into your life to help you smash your goals and get the most out of every hour of your day. This e-book is edited and formatted for readability and comes with a table of contents, links to resources, and motivational quotes. All yours for $5!
That is all from me for today, and tomorrow it’ll be back to the regularly scheduled Monday blog post.
See you then!