We applaud New Year’s resolutions, but we’ve seen (and experienced) too many examples of resolutions that didn’t last. That’s why, after seeing how many people get stymied by the overwhelming nature of making hard changes, we decided to create a challenge for 2014 that will teach you how to make these changes — and make them last.
We are focused on initiating long-term lifestyle changes, not just resolutions. And to make it even more impactful, we’re bringing together three areas of life where positive changes can complement each other. We’re calling this the Food, Fitness, and Finance Challenge. You can see the website by clicking on the link or on the banner below:
To help you pursue the F3 Challenge, we’ve created a guide touching on all the most important elements of making a positive change, such as overcoming obstacles, setting small and attainable goals, and using outside support. Along with this foundation, we’ve compiled tips from bloggers and experts in each respective field to help motivate and inspire your journey. You get this all emailed to you over the course of 14 days after you join the challenge.
The F3 Challenge is open to everyone and it’s very easy to participate. There are just three steps to get started:
(1) Go to the F3 Challenge Website and make your pledge for 2014
(2) Enter your email address in order to get the 14 days of free tips from experts
(3) Click on the confirmation link in the email you’ll immediately receive
(4) Enter to win a Fitbit by sharing the Food, Fitness, and Finance Challenge on Twitter! Just click the share button below or use the hashtag #F3Challenge (and mention @ReadyForZero in your tweet) and you’ll be eligible to win.
That’s it! Once you join, you’ll be a participant in the F3 Challenge and you’ll be on your way to creating lasting change.
We hope you’ll join us for the F3 Challenge, and if you can, we’d love it if you help us spread the word and inspire change by sharing this with others who may be interested on Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus.
Let us know what you think of the F3 Challenge!