Finishing the Challenge is one thing, but completing it? That’s another story. Whether you’ve logged your score every day and been fully engaged or you’ve given up, not kept up with logging, and effectively quit, you have the opportunity this week to complete.
What’s that mean? Completing is like putting the period at the end of a sentence. And it doesn’t matter how long your sentence or what words you used, to complete the sentence, it needs a period.
So the first thing completing means is actually following through this week. Remember, you’ve still got five days to go.
Next, getting complete means taking the time to look back over the past eight weeks and clarifying where you came from, what you changed, what new habits you’ve taken on, what you learned, and what results have occurred as a result.
In the mean time, go ahead and enjoy this week and the feeling of accomplishment you get after eight weeks of accountability. Congratulations, you did it!