How To Embrace the Momentum of Your Turn Challenge

You might be thinking we can all make a collective slump to the floor now that Your Turn Challenge ends today, but we can’t do that.

It would make the last week a complete waste.

YTC shows you that given a little extra effort, you can go from having nothing, to having something. You can be proud to know that you have something that others don’t and that they won’t have because they are not going to put that effort in.

For everyone that has posted, we can look back at the amount of material we have produced, and activity we have done around that, this week. And we know that it was a series of small amounts of effort that culminated in a big project being completed.

We accomplished this because we started with a single word, sentence, post. And then we kept on going.

Now that the Challenge is coming to an end, we can’t let that stop us from continuing the good behaviours and activity we have started. To do that would cause us to fail at the very thing Winnie Kao and Seth Godin were getting at.

“Every day you don’t put up a blog post you’ve failed.” – Seth Godin

Not blogging means you get lazy in everything else, you stop shipping, and you will not achieve your aims.

So, how do we keep up this momentum?

Well, really, it’s quite simple. If you want to keep shipping and becoming something great then just do this:
– blog every day. It doesn’t have to be long.
– engage more on social media
– do the things you don’t feel like doing
– make something and ship it

Do not squander this opportunity, now that you’ve learned how to ship.

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KG Heath

Digital Health professional, author, and lifestyle blogger.

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