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Ok, for myself, I have to share this publicly. This makes me very nervous on multiple levels, and that's exactly WHY I must do it:
 
 
Today, I am starting my Leveling Up! The part of the goal that I have never read any book talk about is the extreme accountability, and it's probably because Steve is coming from a video game mind set, most books about setting life goals aren't, and it just makes sense in that context: if you're building your gaming character, you lose everything if you fail to complete your mission (by dying), you have a pretty concrete consequence and good motivation to play very carefully and to meet your goals.
 
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— June 6, 2016

Leveling Up My Life

I am using Steve Kamb's Level Up Your Life book to reach some of my life goals. I would love to share this journey with you :-)

— April 19, 2016

Commuting to Work

— April 13, 2016

Changing My Home-My Way

Starting with the before pics, so that as we do projects, you can see the progression.

 
Ok, for me, I have to share this publicly. This makes me very nervous on multiple levels, and that's exactly WHY I must do it:
 
Today, I am starting my Leveling Up! The part of the goal that I have never read any book talk about is the extreme accountability, and it's probably because Steve is coming from a video game mind set, and most books about setting life goals aren't, and it just makes sense in that context: if you're building your gaming character and you lose everything if you fail to complete your mission (by dying), you have a pretty concrete consequence.
 
So, I am publicly stating my "Concrete Consequence" for not completing my first goals, which just so happen to be my physical health goals; the others will be coming.
 
If I don't reach a health goal each day or each week, I will allow my family to dump a 5 gallon bucket of ice cold water on me, without my moving. If you understand how much I HATE to be cold, you will understand what this means for me!!
 
Finally, here is how I will earn Experience Points (XP) towards my Level 50 Character in the Fitness category:
-Drink 4 Water Bottles/Day (My Hydro Flask Water Bottle)
-Eat Clean (As defined by what Alex & I have set), One day off/Week:
5 XP/Day
20 XP if I do it 6 Days in a row
-3 Cardio Workouts & 3 Weight Lifting Sessions/Week (Eek, this one is the one that scares me the most-I love being lazy!)

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