LetterJ over Lifehack.Community has posted a very interesting topic for discussion. He found out there are successful concepts and implementations of having 30 (or 28) days period on things like product try-out, experiment on specific theories etc, as short period does not give same depth of experiences. Other than that, what implies to “30 days challenges”?
… The recent success of the film “SuperSize Me” and Mr. Spurlock’s new TV series, “30 Days” have drawn attention to using the 30 Day Challenge/Experiment to get a better understanding of something, challenge yourself to some improvement, learn a new skill or otherwise gain a better understanding of yourself and your surroundings. They’ve explored minimum wage/unskilled work and the problems with it, living with the stigma of being a Muslim in America, living off the grid, etc.
Steve Pavlina explained his take on this back in April, relating the 30 Day Challenges he’s undertaken, many to deal with food. Personally, I’m in the middle of a 30 Day Challenge to get up at 5:30 every morning, 7 days a week. Coming in November, I’m taking on the 30 Day Challenge to write a novel in a month…
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