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  • The Mission Possible Challenge invites you to take the time to develop a personal mission statement—a brief text description of what is important to you and how you define success. Consider defining success in terms of yourself, your family, your friends, your career, and the world. Don’t worry. It doesn’t have to be perfect. You can evolve it over time. Make your life a success by first defining ...

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  • The Five Alive challenge invites participants to eat five fruits or vegetables a day. Fruits and vegetables have a high nutrient/calorie ratio, as well as a high volume/calorie ratio. Because of this, participants will find they feel less hungry and end up eating less unhealthy food. The challenge will prompt many participants to experiment with fruits and vegetables that they normally do not eat.

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  • The Picture It Challenge invites you practice the technique of visualization for 150 minutes over the next 30 days—an average of 5 minutes a day. Just like athletes and performers, you can use visualization to help you perform your best. Find a comfortable place. Relax with slow, deep breathing and by consciously relaxing the muscles in each area of your body. Then picture yourself doing something...

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  • The Lunch Buddy Challenge invites you to enjoy lunch with someone else seven times in the next 30 days (about two lunches a week). Call an old friend. Grab your boss or co-worker. Take out the new person. Go out as a group. Bring your own lunch or dine out. The important thing is to spend time socializing, something that’s excellent for your health.

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  • The 40 Day Challenge invites you to give something up for 40 days. What you give up is up to you; it could be a bad habit, a type of junk food you love, or even a form of social media you might spend *too* much time on! Whatever it is, try and make it something that’s at least a little difficult for you. Giving something up completely, even for a short period of time, can teach you a lot about h...

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  • The Penny Counter Challenge invites you to track every penny you spend for the next 30 days. Track it on paper, on a spreadsheet, or online. Categorize each item so you can better understand where all your money goes each month—the goal of the challenge. Knowledge is power. Once you know where your money is going, you’ll have the power to better optimize your spending. Track YES every day you moni...

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  • The Go Slow Challenge invites you to put your fork (or spoon) down between bites whenever you dine for the next 30 days. If you’re eating something you hold in your hands, like pizza, set it down on your plate between bites. Chew thoroughly, noticing the texture and flavors as you eat. The goal is to help you learn to eat more slowly. When we eat too fast, we have a tendency to overeat because it ...

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  • The Clean Desk Challenge invites you to clean off your desk before you leave work for 30 days. The purpose of this challenge is to get you to set aside time each day to clean up your space so you’ll have a clean canvas the next morning. If you occasionally hit a time crunch and have to leave some things sitting out, that’s okay, but do your best to keep a clean workspace all month.

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  • The Hold On Challenge invites you to wait seven days before making any optional purchases for a month. When you want to buy something, write it down with the date. Seven days later if you still want to buy it, then go for it! This simple form of delayed gratification will help you spend less money and enjoy the things you do end up buying even more. As far as what’s an optional purchase, that’s up...

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  • The Heavy Metal Challenge invites you to complete 250 minutes of strength training in 30 days. You can reach your goal with only two or three 30-minute strength training sessions per week. Strength training is your ticket to good health and overall fitness. It will give you better coordination, improved posture, and stronger bones. Best of all, strength training pumps you up. There’s nothing like ...

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