Come Join the Murder
There’s a part of you that’s not honest.
It lies to you.
It makes you believe things that aren’t real.
Its created a false image in your mind of who you are.
Worst of all, its keeping you from achieving everything you want and deserve.
How do you get rid of it?
We’ll discuss that towards the end of this article.
For now, let’s take a moment and celebrate the completion of my 30 articles in 30 days journey.
I did it.
Sit down, write, proofread, edit, and publish.
And now that the work is complete, I celebrate.
But before the celebration begins, I’m writing this article to share a few things with you.
First, Iet me start off by admitting that after declaring my participation in this challenge, there were moments where I wondered if maybe this was a crazy idea.
I mean, one article per day is a LOT of work.
Especially if you’re like me and strive to only create and publish quality content.
But whether crazy or not, I said I was going to do it, and so I did.
I’m proud of myself and knew I’d keep my word. (As I always do)
Each and every day, whether I felt like it or not, I had to sit down and write.
No days off.
No “I’ll do it later”.
The Result of My Challenge
What did this do?
It forced me to practice my craft every day.
What does practicing your craft daily for 30 consecutive days do?
- It builds the habit
- It drastically improves your skills
Now, I already have the habit of writing daily.
You’ve heard me say before how I spend time every day on Inertia Will Hurt Ya.
However, this made my habit that much stronger.
Not only was I logging in daily, but I was spending a LOT of time with each article.
Regarding my writing skills, I already consider myself a great writer.
However, this daily practice made writing feel that much easier.
By day 20, I would sit down and write articles like it was nothing.
It was like knowing the lyrics to a song and typing them on the computer.
No hard thinking required.
So what should the completion of this challenge mean to you?
Making commitments and sticking to them come with huge rewards.
Not only did it do wonders for my credibility online by proving that I can make a commitment and follow through; but I also added 30 new articles to this blog making it bigger than it already is.
Come Join the Murder Explained
Let’s go back to the beginning of this article where I mentioned there’s a part of you that lies.
The part of you that makes you feel like you can’t do something.
In order to address this part, you must come join the murder.
And what do I mean by come join the murder?
I mean that you have to kill this part of you in order to move forward.
You have to come join everyone who’s committed a murder against their old selves.
They knew a part of them that was holding them back, and they refused to let it continue to control their level of success.
This concept and idea of Come Join the Murder came from watching the finale of one of my favorite shows Sons of Anarchy.
In the finale, the main character (Jax) makes a decision to ensure the part of him responsible for chaos and destruction, no longer remains in his life.
As he’s making his decision, the song “Come Join the Murder” plays in the background.
How do you kill the part of you that lies to you?
The part of you responsible for lack of success?
You take on a 30 day challenge like I did.
You make a public commitment where you’ll have many people anxiously waiting to see what you’re made of.
Some will want you to fail.
…Others will be cheering you on.
But how many fans or enemies you have doesn’t matter.
What’s matters is that you’ll be doing something great for your success.
Not only will you build the habit of taking action with whatever you’d like to succeed at, but you’ll also make MASSIVE progress.
I know I always follow through when I say I’m going to do something, but I always had the fear of making a public commitment like this 30 day article challenge.
“What if I run out of things to write about?”
“What if the quality of my content begins to suffer?”
“What if I miss a day for some reason due to an emergency?
“Would people believe me?…
…Or would they think I couldn’t keep up with the challenge and am making excuses?”
These were all doubts and fears in my mind.
But you know what?
I pushed through all of them and made the commitment anyways.
And now, 30 days later, whether you like me or not, whether you enjoy my writing or hate it, whether you want me to succeed or see me fail; the decision is yours.
However, there’s one thing that only I can decide for you:
You have to respect me.
I did the work, proved myself, and now I celebrate.
I’m taking a week off writing to celebrate both the completion of the challenge and also the release of new eBook Mr. Goal Setting Expert.
In order to change, a part of you must die.
In order for that part to die, you must kill it.
In order for you to ensure you kill it, you need to make you success inevitable.
And nothing will make your success inevitable like making a commitment where people are holding you accountable.
What do you want to do?
What area of your life do you want to improve in?
What do you want to succeed at?
Write it down.
Then, make a 30 day commitment .
Come back March 1st and tell me that you didn’t make any progress.
You won’t be able to.
You’ll absolutely make progress when your old self has no control over the level of action you take.
When fears, doubts, and concerns have no say in your effort and persistence.
And guess what else?
It’s right here where people make progress.
It’s right here where you go from ordinary to great.
And it’s right here where you’ll begin to achieve what you want in life and never look back.
You’ll ask yourself:
“Why in the world did I doubt myself so much?”
Trust me when I tell you that this will light a fire inside you resulting in you going after everything you want in life.
Right now, I feel unstoppable!
What are my plans for Inertia Will Hurt Ya the rest of 2016?
Continue to follow my money making blueprint until all projects are complete.
Continue to write more content to grow this blog further.
Continue to network, learn, apply, and get results.
But most importantly, continue to achieve and enjoy more success.
I killed the part of me who feared making a 30 day public commitment.
Now it’s your turn to make a commitment you fear and kill the part of you that’s holding you back.
Come join the murder.