top of page

Just Because It's Hard Doesn't Mean It Isn't Worth Doing

I am taking the 75Hard challenge. It’s a program to build mental and physical toughness by doing some hard things every day for 75 days.


None of the things are hard in and of themselves but doing them all together each is the challenge.


Things like drinking a gallon of water, doing 2 45-minute workouts, one of which needs to be outdoors, reading 10 pages of a non-fiction book, not drinking, following a diet, taking a progress photo each day.


What’s interesting is that there’s no prize for doing this. I’m not part of a team that’s doing this. In fact, no one might ever know that I’m doing this.


I’m struggling with a torn meniscus, so the workouts are almost not doable.  I need to get up an hour earlier to fit it all this in.


So why would I bother? Why do something so hard?


Well, my 45-minute indoor workout consists only of physiotherapy exercises, and I’m already seeing improvements to my knee after months of no progress. My knee is now strong enough to take a 15-minute walk each day after months of no walking.

Try this ONE thing

Is there something hard you could try just to see what unexpected benefits you might find?


Hey! Are you already successful and accomplished? Do you have many things to appreciate about your life right now? Are you always open to learning more and growing yourself?

Despite all your successes, do you sometimes doubt yourself? Do you hesitate to go after what you really want in life?


Or maybe you dismiss your past successes, putting them down to luck, and don’t really see how extraordinary you really are?

If this sounds like you, you and I should have a conversation. Drop me a line here,, and let's talk!

1 view0 comments


bottom of page