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The following is an edited transcript of this episode of Humans Outside.
Hey Humans! I’ve been really busy training for my upcoming 50-mile race, helping my friend Rachel with her race, an ultra loop-style race that also turned out to be 50 miles, working my full time job and just playing outside.
So this week Ive just got quick update on two things. First: if you’ve been thinking about kicking off an outdoor habit of your own, heading outside for a certain amount of time every day for a year, there’s no time like the present to get going. In fact, my own first year kicked off September 1, 2017. So why not August 1? Why not today?
If you feel like you need a little push to get it going and accountability on the way, you’re definitely not alone. LOTS of people feel that way. In fact, so many people feel that way that I created the Humans Outside 365 Challenge kits to help you. Think about is an investment in your habit and accountability. Studies show that when you make a monetary investment in something you say you want to do, you’re more like to stick with it. It’s called the win-skin model. I’ve even got them on sale right now.
For just $19 you can have that accountability for an entire year, with a guide to kick you off, an exclusive finisher decal as an award at the end and monthly help sent by me to you to help you with seasonal challenges or to stay on track. The next two levels — the Mountain level at $39 and the Sky level at $52 have different amounts of special swag with them, like a Humans Outside buff, a finisher medal and Humans Outside decals.
You can register right now on Humans Outside.com/Challenge.
Next thing: I need your help. I’m about to dive into planning and recording the upcoming season of this podcast, and I want to know: what topics do you want to hear? Who do you want to hear from? What are you curious about when it comes to building a life around heading outside every day? Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram at Humans Outside.
Speaking of Facebook and Instagram – you can see photos of all these great adventures Ive been having, and I want to see yours too. Follow me at HumansOutside and share your photos with #humansoutside365. Until next time we’ll see you out there.