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What does it take for you to… change? Not totally, not completely, but, just a little bit?

Just enough to tap into the good stuff. Enough to tap into doing more work that matters. That’s what this challenge is about. As 2014 goes on, and vision boards are thrown in the trash, now is the perfect time to get started.

This is for

a) artists,
b) people who make stuff and
c) anyone who should make a difference.

Here’s what you do:

Every day, over the next thirty days, I’ll be uploading little notes (and ideas) to my Instagram (@KareemTaylor) that are meant to be a spark for you. If you’re finishing up a project, building your new website, filing papers for your new small business or reading a new book, take a picture of you or you doing your work and tag it #30DaysToChange. This may not work or it could be the thing that helps many people get over the hump. It’s up to us all to keep up. Invite a friend to join in.

Feel free to leave comments below about your progress or any notes of solution you may have. We’re in this together. Let’s get to the good stuff.

Praise for 30 Days To Change:

“For me this challenge meant to keep trying new things, even if it scares me a little. This month a lot of change went down.”
Natelegé Whaley at HeartsConverse.com

“For some, it is simple. Have an idea? Go for it. But for those who might be afraid to go out on that limb, “30 Days to Change” is for you.” — Hope Alyssa at CreativeNuova.com

“Another tip from Kareem that really resonated with me was to start over. While his advice was to make an intentional move to find alternative ways to accomplishing our goals, my personal “starting over” experience was actually one that I had no control over.”
Gerren Gaynor at MrGerrenalist.com

“I finally refined my brand and started a website… Kareem’s 30 Days To Change helped me to get pass the mental barriers of fear, of lack, of less than and inability.” —  Kimberly “Millennial” Minor

“As a fellow believer and doer, I was truly inspired by Kareem to continue following my passion. I decided to get off the coaster and create my own lane, follow my own passion, and feel good. I am decreeing that 2014 is the year for dreams to manifest.” — Carmen Ellis at CarmenREllis.com

“Sometimes I hinder myself.  I worry about what others will think, resources or question my talent.  30 Days to Change helped me jumpstart my 2014 and leave those thoughts behind.” — Kirby Carroll at AskKirbyCarroll.net

“Why can’t you start now? Start investing in your future at that exact moment that you decided you want to do things different.”
Naomi Bonman at SophisticatedRelations.com

“30 Days To Change is a daily campaign with focus on re-sparking your fire to live your dreams.”
Krysta Underwood at KrystaUnderwood.com

“For me, it was great to be inspired every day — to check myself.”
August Rae 


 What does it take to… change? Not totally, not completely, but, just a little bit?

Just enough to tap into the good stuff. Enough to tap into doing more work that matters. That’s what this challenge is about. As the new year approaches, and vision boards are created, now is the perfect time to get started.  

This is for

a) artists,
b) people who make stuff and
c) anyone who should make a difference.

Here’s what you do: 

Every day, over the next thirty days, I’ll be uploading little notes (and ideas) to my Instagram (@KareemTaylor) that are meant to be a spark for you. If you’re finishing up a project, building your new website, filing papers for your new small business or reading a new book, take a picture of you or you doing your work and tag it #30DaysToChange. 

This may not work or it could be the thing that helps many people get over the hump. It’s up to us all to keep up. Invite a friend to join in.

Feel free to leave comments below about your progress or any notes of solution you may have. We’re in this together. Let’s get to the good stuff.

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