One of my end of year rituals is to start wrapping up the year come mid-November. What that entails is reflecting back over the year to see what I actually got up to as oppose to what I had planned to do. And then come December, I start to look forward, past Christmas, and think about what I want to do for the new year. I like to have all my intentions and resolutions decided before Christmas and already in motion. I then take a few days off from thinking over the holiday period. My intent is to already have momentum on my new goals as I roll into January.
Alright, that’s the long way round to telling you about the 30 Day Contemplation Challenge we’re running in conjunction with our Havana Cafe Sessions Podcast. Here’s the lead in:
Aristotle said contemplation is the highest form of happiness.
And yet…we are often too busy being busy to take time out for serious contemplation.
Over the 30 days, we will help you carve out a few moments of your day with either a new question to contemplate or thought experiment to try out. By the end of the 30 days, you will emerge with a greater sense of self and a new perspective on what’s important in your life.
Anyway, I think it’s a great challenge and would love for you to join us. Sign up now and then a few days before the challenge begins, we’ll send you an email to remind you to get ready.
And just in case you missed it, here’s the latest episode of the HAVANA CAFE SESSIONS podcast: