If you have ADHD then you'll probably find the 75 Hard challenge rules too restrictive!
"In knowing that we can be consistent for short periods of time and not long periods of time like we set that expectation for, it actually opens the door for us to make this really super fun!" - Katie McManus, Brave Business Coaching
This is a seriously difficult time of year for people like us, who have ADHD.
We're all about setting those goals right now. And so we're fantasizing all about those rocking hot bodies and hard abs we'll be showing off after we've completed the 75 Hard challenge.
But here's the sad thing.
The 75 Hard challenge rules don't work for us neurodivergent peeps.
Here's the episode you need to listen to if you want to do an ADHD entrepreneur friendly version of 75 Hard.
Welcome to 37 Weenie!
Watch a promo video for the episode that's setting you the 37 Weenie Challenge!
Why the 75 Hard challenge rules don't work for ADHD people
In case you've not heard of it, the "75 Hard challenge" is a fitness and personal development program that involves completing specific tasks for 75 consecutive days.
While the challenge can be effective for some people, it may not be the best choice for those with ADHD!
One reason the 75 Hard challenge rules may not work for people with ADHD is that they require a high level of discipline and consistent effort over an extended period of time.
This can be a challenge for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for those with ADHD, who may struggle with impulsivity and difficulty focusing.
Additionally, the 75 Hard challenge involves a strict set of rules and tasks that must be followed, which may not allow for flexibility or customization based on individual needs and preferences.
This can be frustrating for those with ADHD, who may benefit from more structure and support in order to stay on track.
It's important to remember that everyone is different, and what works for one person may not work for another.
You, my darling weenie, need to find what works best for you and your unique needs and challenges.
Accessibility: click to read a written-to-be-read transcript of the episode
The benefits of long habit forming challenges
Habit-forming challenges, such as the 75 Hard challenge, can be beneficial for runners and writers who do not have ADHD because they can help establish consistent patterns of behavior that can lead to long-term success.
For runners, a habit-forming challenge can help them build up their endurance and strength over time, allowing them to gradually increase the distance and intensity of their training.
This can help them reach their goals, whether it's running a marathon or simply improving their overall fitness.
For writers, a habit-forming challenge can help them establish a daily writing routine, which can be crucial for producing high-quality work.
Writing every day can help writers develop their skills, generate new ideas, and improve their discipline and focus.
Overall, habit-forming challenges can be a valuable tool for anyone looking to make lasting changes in their lives.
By requiring consistent effort over an extended period of time, these challenges can help individuals build new habits and achieve their goals.
But, once again, we have ADHD.
So we need to go another way.
This episode that's all about the 37 Weenie challenge, covers:
- The difficulty of maintaining consistency for individuals with ADHD
- The benefits of incorporating variety into one's life and habits
- Using this challenge for nailing marketing strategies and social media presence
- The importance of setting realistic expectations for yourself
- Using goals with deadlines and visible progress to achieve success as an individual with ADHD
- How to get started with 37 Weenie!
Get hold of the downloads and guides as well as booking yourself into the 37 Weenie accountability club by clicking here.
Who will get the most out of this episode featuring the 37 Weenie challenge?
This episode is a must listen for anyone with ADHD who's looking for ways to better manage their habits and goals in a way that is more suited to their brain's needs.
It could also be helpful for individuals who are interested in learning more about ADHD in general and how it can impact on your ability to succeed in business.
Not to mention how to approach goals in a way that is more effective for those with ADHD.
How you, the ADHD entrepreneur, can benefit from 37 Weenie even if you don't want to participate directly.
As you're reading this, and about to click play, I urge you to do a few things.
- Have an open mind about whether you're actually going to benefit from having me as your accountability partner. If so, make sure you join in!
- Grab a pen and pad or a digital note taking device. Alternatively, print out the transcript linked above. There are some decent gold nuggets in here that will help you really grow in 37 days!
- Get ready to get 2023 off to a killer start!
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My Instagram Reel featured in the episode
Brittany Runs A Marathon trailer
About Katie McManus
Katie McManus was trained in Executive Business Coaching and Leadership Development at the Co-Active Training Institute in San Rafael, California.
She's a CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) and an ACC (Associate Certified Coach) with the International Coaching Federation.