Why We Like This Article
Because it really does align with the Triple Threat Challenge--- sort of. . .and for some of us who love a plan, this one is particularly appealing.
Hayden argues that to be successful, you should make a goal and make a concrete plan to go at it hard for the first two weeks. He argues that the reason most people don't reach goals they have set is that they start off too soft.
He goes on to argue that two weeks of going hard is what it takes to see real progress -- which will in turn fuel you to keep going.
"We know what we like. We know what we don't like. We know our habits and routines. Most of all, we know our limits. And that's where it falls apart because most of our limits are self-imposed. You can always do more than you think."