I beat my 90 Day Challenge by 2 days!
Back on July 8, 2013, I publicly declared a 90 day challenge. I call it the sunrise challenge.
The Goal: Capture a picture of 60 out of the next 90 sunrises.
This goal meant something to me as I know your goals are deeply personal and unique to you. Plus this 90 day challenge had additional benefits for me as follows:
- Got me up early and consistently each day
- Early morning walks are just plain old good for you
- Good reason to buy a new camera :>)
- Samurai Claire and I explored new parts of our neighbourhood that are new and awesome
- Amazing sunrise scrapbook
- Shared our goal getting insights with you
- Added some unique content to our Samurai Innovation Blog
- Had many interesting conversations with our Dojo Members on the 90 day challenge
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Here are the final days leading to us reaching our goal ahead of schedule!
Today we went out despite the clouds and their intimidation. What follows is proof of perseverance towards achieving our goals and winning our own 90 day challenge!
Samurai Claire is always excited to get up early for the sunrise walk. She keeps an eye on things while I get ready to take the shot. Man it was freezing at a brisk 26 degrees Fahrenheit this morning!
Regardless of the cold weather, we captured some awesome sunrise photos from one of our new vantage points.
Goal Getting Requires Continual Change
As we went through this process, we had to adjust to Mr. Sun’s position. Mr. Sun slowly kept shifting south bound on us. This change caused us to adapt and seek out new vantage points close and far. It was a fun process which allowed us to be creative with the obstacles and challenge.
How are you using the obstacles and challenges in your way to better yourself?
Want to see all of our proof?
Click here to go to our -> 90 day sunrise challenge page
There we will share each sunrise, our challenges, how we overcame them to win. Leave us a comment on the page.
You can click on each sunrise photo and have it expand in full screen mode for better viewing and detail. Let us know you would like the hi-res versions and your intended use.