40 Days to Change for Good

40 Days to Change for Good begins November 11th. This annual tradition (started in 2010) is a simple 40-day ritual of daily working-on-something-that-matters. It has been profoundly helpful to many readers. 

Pick something you want to change for good or move ahead on something large that you’re having difficulty persisting with. Day 40 begins November 11 (Veterans Day) and Day Zero is December 21 (the Winter Solstice). Learn more in my e-book (free to you) here.

This year will give you the best chance you’ll have yet. Working virtually allows the kind of flexibility in your schedule and the deep time needed. It is also the perfect antidote to dread of going stir crazy from a long winter cooped up in your home while a pandemic rages.

This year I’m working on mindfulness – both going through my day mindfully and a daily meditation practice. I’m five months in working with a concussion and mindfulness is one of the few things that helps the symptoms.

What do you want to change for good this year? 

If you want to help your virtual team make a change for good, book either How To Complete a Project or the 40 Days to Change for Good change leadership team development for January and beyond.

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