When I am with TED, I am inspired, educated, entertained and enlightened.
I am of course talking about TED.com, the place that shares innovative ideas, original thinkers and accomplished speakers. Their tag line, Ideas Worth Spreading, says it all and I am thankful that they do. It is definitely a bright-side of the web and one which I am likely to share with you frequently, as I have already done – fair warning.
Today’s Bright-Side is a 3 minute and 27 second tidbit from Matt Cutts, a Google engineer who has made a habit of 30-day challenges, and he challenges you too.
October is the perfect month to begin a 30-day challenge. The month starts on a Monday so you can begin the week and month off on a roll without any excuses for delay.
And 30 days isn’t so long. It’s only:
two 15-day increments
three 10-day stints
5 Mondays to count
4 Fridays to check off
I have purposely posted this item today since we are approaching the end of September. Take the weekend to think it over carefully, then on Monday, jump in with both feet.
What would you challenge yourself to do
for the next 30 days?
Let’s keep each other accountable.
On Monday, I’ll share what I will do and keep you posted on my progress and I’d love you to do the same.
Will you take the challenge? What will you try?
Watch Matt Cutts TED talk here.