At the end of May, I attended an amazing conference in Fargo that I’ve wrote about a couple of times called the Misfit Conference.
It was life-changing and for the first time in many years I felt inspired to tell the stories I needed to share. By the time I got off the train, I had a whole list of blog posts that I wanted to write in my notebook.
I knew that June was going to be a crazy month, so I marked down in a calendar that on July 1 I would start the #julyproject. If you’ve been following along on the blog, you’ve seen me post daily — and sometimes twice a day — on various topics.
A few weeks ago, I read a blog post by Jon Acuff inviting his audience to be part of something he was calling the “Start Experiment“. You only had 24 hours to decide if you wanted to be part of the experience, and I jumped in.
As part of the Start Experience, you had to list some big goal. I decided to use the Start Experience to help keep me motivated for the #julyproject and beyond and committed to writing on this blog at least once a day — and try to do two or more posts some days.
Tomorrow, I’ll be posting more about the Start Experience and specifically my task for today, which was to list some fears that have been holding me back.