I think in truth Day 2 was my favorite challenge as it helped me discover my why. My ‘Why?’ is freedom. It’s my core value and it helped me name it and put it out there. I also have to mention the Finding Your Tribe Day 6 Challenge as one of my mentors tweeted my blog post. That was pretty awesome.
It’s difficult not to include the rest as Day 8 Choosing your Adventure was great for me as was Day 3 Creating a Vision for the Future. Day 5 Setting Yourself up for Success and Day 4 Unlocking Your Superpowers were also really important. Naming my superpowers was liberating and grounding.
My takeaway was that I can do this. I can commit to writing each day. I can put myself out there and that it doesn’t have to be perfect. So Day 7 Beating Overwhelm and Procrastination was important as well. They all were and they all brought stuff up, challenged me to keep going and required that I move through whatever was going on in the moment. Whether it was emotional issues or time, money and energy issues, I had to keep going despite everything.
I enjoyed challenging myself to go beyond what I thought I was capable of doing. I enjoyed sharing the challenge with some friends who were doing it as well and having my friends and family respond to my posts.
My next stop is to implement what I’ve learnt, look at some business ideas that have come from it, keep networking with my fellow bloggers and continue to write, blog and market my ideas.
I’m grateful for the opportunity and plan to upgrade my life to another level of a life lived in freedom. Freedom Lives Here!
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 10