30-Day Goals Challenge Wrap-Up and Summary

30-Day Goals Challenge

30-Day Goals Challenge Summary

Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane and browse through all the different topics we covered during this 30-Day Goals Challenge over the past 29 days. Here’s a quick rundown:

Day 1 – Welcome and Why We Make Resolutions
Day 2 – The Importance of Setting Goals: Write Your Story!
Day 3 – What’s the Difference Between Goals and Resolutions?
Day 4 – Resolutions Fail: Knowing Why is Half the Battle
Day 5 – Combining Resolutions with Goals: Key to Long-Term Success
Day 6 – Making Resolutions Stick with 3 Simple Tips
Day 7 – SMART Goals–Time-tested Formula
Day 8 – Habits and Routines Can Help You Stick to Your Resolutions
Day 9 – The Value of Support and Accountability–Don’t Go It Alone!
Day 10 – Know Your Why–It’s Key to Staying Motivated
Day 11 – Measuring Progress Along the Way to Your Goals
Day 12 – Journaling Can Be a Powerful Tool for Goals and Resolutions
Day 13 – Focus: Don’t Try to Change Too Much at Once
Day 14 – Baby Steps Break It Down to Beat Overwhelm
Day 15 – Break It Down: From Resolution to Daily Tasks
Day 16 – Look Back and See How Far You’ve Come for Motivation
Day 17 – Celebrate Success, Milestones, and Accomplishments
Day 18 – The Power of Cheerleaders, Coaches, and Cohorts
Day 19 – Get Back Up on That Horse When You Fall Off
Day 20 – Visualization Exercises Can Help You Reach Your Goals
Day 21 –  Resolutions Change Over Time and That’s Okay
Day 22 – Go From Resolution to Lifestyle Change
Day 23 – Keep a Habit Tracker for Personal Accountability
Day 24 – Importance of Your Why to Reaching Your Goals
Day 25 – 5 Tips for Dealing with Critics
Day 26 – Rewards: Bribing Yourself to Success
Day 27 – Consider a Mentor or Coach to Reach Your Goals Faster
Day 28 – Resolution Pitfalls to Watch Out For on the Way to Your Goal
Day 29 – Keep Setting New Goals and Resolutions to Keep Growing

30-Day Goals Challenge Wrap Up

I can’t believe how far we’ve come. I’m thrilled to have had this time with you. Thank you so much for joining me. You’ve learned the difference between a resolution and a goal. You’ve also discovered how to best set these for yourself, what components strong intentions should have, and how to avoid common pitfalls.

We’ve also learned how common it is for resolutions to slip away and go unfulfilled. I’ve enjoyed sharing with you some tricks and strategies for overcoming the obstacles that are bound to happen when pursuing an objective. Challenges and setbacks are inevitable. It’s how you handle them that matters.

I tried to touch upon the people in your life, as well, and the role they play in your success. It’s important to have cheerleaders and a support system as you’re pursuing a goal. These folks will motivate you when you don’t think you can keep going. Having an accountability partner or system in place is also wise. Knowing you have to answer to someone if you fall off the wagon can help to increase your focus. Don’t forget that we’re all human. Asking for help and enlisting the know-how of experts is part of the process. It can make your journey a lot less rocky.

Finally, remember that it’s important to be flexible during this time. Keep track of your progress and know that sometimes a goal may need to be reassessed, tweaked, or replaced entirely. Also, know that there is a whole world of possibilities out there when you reach this one goal or complete your resolution. Enjoy exploring your next step. Embrace the challenge.

Take a few minutes today to reflect on not only how far you’ve come, but more importantly how this simple 30-Day Goals Challenge has influenced you and changed you for the better.

I’d love to hear from you!

  • What positive experiences have you had as a result of our time together?
  • What tips and ideas have you found the most helpful? You may want to bookmark this page or those specific posts to come back to again and again.
  • What has had the biggest impact on you from this 30-Day Goals Challenge?

This Is the Life I Choose Goals Planner and Journal

If you’re interested in setting out a larger plan for reaching your 1-year, 3-year, and 5-year goals by breaking them down into 12-week and 2-week chunks applying the principles you’ve learned here, along with many other tools, I invite you to check out the 2-week sampler of my This Is the Life I Choose Goals Planner and Journal.