Try Something New For The Next 30 Days

Google’s Matt Cutts Gave A Ted Talk And Suggests You Try Something New

Matt Cutts Google Engineer

Matt Cutts
Google Engineer

Have you ever wanted to try something new but just kept waiting for the right time?

Why is that? Are we in such ruts that we just can’t or don’t want to get out of them?

Just imagine how much fun or even better life might be if we picked one thing and made the decision to do it for—-just 30 days.

Google engineer, Matt Cutts did just that. In a popular TED talk on YouTube, Matt says we can do anything for 30 days and he gives examples of some of his 30 day challenges.

It’s an intriguing prospect. And well worth a try.

Pick something small, like taking 1 photo, reading 1 poem, riding your bike, drinking seltzer water instead of soda, or eating 1 salad, for the next 30 days and see if your life hasn’t been enriched in some new way.

Check out Matt Cutts’ video for some inspiration and share your experiences below.

And what’s my 30 day challenge you ask?

Well, I have a knitting project which I started about 3 years ago but it has been sitting in a basket for 2 years, yet unfinished.

My goal is to knit a little each day so that I can hopefully finish what I started.

I’m excited! Thanks Matt Cutts!

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